• Hyde Hall Garden (RHS)

    Nearly 40 years of work by the RHS has brought it from a windswept hill with just six mature trees, to the present day Garden of 360 acres. The Garden contains the National Collection of Viburnum and an attractive plantsman’s garden of eight acres containing a woodland area, spring bulbs, Read more [...]

  • Feeringbury Manor

    The garden of Feeringbury Manor is on an ancient site. The land originally belonged to William the Conqueror and the house dates back to before 1500.

  • Easton Lodge Gardens

    These gardens have been created since 1971 on the foundations of the kitchen and stable block at Easton Lodge, the home of ‘Darling Daisy’, Countess of Warwick. Features include a cobbled and herringbone courtyard with fountain designed by Harold Peto, a fishpond, mosaic walk, dovecote and pergolas. Additionally, there are Read more [...]

  • Beth Chatto’s Gardens

    The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside. Beth’s special expertise is in her familiarity with plants’ suitability to varying soils and conditions, her own garden being Read more [...]

  • Audley End House and Park (EH) (V)

    Explore gardens that were among the largest and most opulent in Jacobean England. Idyllic 18th century ‘Capability’ Brown parkland surrounds Audley End House. It includes Robert Adam’s neo-classical Teahouse Bridge, the Temple of Concord built to celebrate George III’s recovery from insanity, and the early Victorian garden, which recently underwent Read more [...]

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