• Sheffield Botanical Gardens

    Extensive 19 acre garden with over 5,500 species of plants, including disabled persons garden. Gardens are Grade II Listed by English Heritage as a garden of special architectural and historical interest. Grounds landscaped in the gardens que style by Robert Marnock, a famous 19th century landscape designer. The Gardens have Read more [...]

  • York Gate

    York Gate is a fabulous garden owned and managed by Perennial (formerly the Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society). A one acre plantsman’s garden it is divided into fourteen individual ‘rooms’ each with unique architectural features. What makes this garden exceptional is the exquisite detail to be found within each: the pavement Read more [...]

  • Land Farm Garden

    The Garden is 1,000 feet up on a north facing slope. Has featured on “Gardener’s World”. Entirely created from a green field site having first planted 6,000 trees for shelter. Parties are welcome on evenings. Cost per person £5.00, but includes refreshments.

  • Renishaw Hall

    Beautiful Italianate gardens with terraces, statues, yew hedges and pyramids. The garden, park and lake were laid out in the late 19th century and were the creation of Sir George Sitwell, father of the famous literary trio Edith, Osbert and Sacheverll. National Collection of Yucca. Walk around the formal garden Read more [...]

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