This romantic and unique garden is the most northerly on our guide and proves that it is possible to make a garden in the most unlikely places.
Castle of Mey
Cawdor Castle is fortunate to have three gardens.
Cawdor Castle and Garden
This secret Cotswold garden at Cerney House, high above the lovely Churn Valley is a very special and friendly place.
Cerney House Gardens
Wonderful! Charleston House was the home of the Bloomsbury group and its walled garden is quintessentially a painters’ garden - residents included Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, John Maynard Keynes, Virginia Woolf and EM Forster.
BEAUTIFUL OLD FASHIONED COTTAGE GARDEN, WALLED GARDEN, AMAZING HOUSE OPEN TO VISITORS.
Charleston House and Garden
Home of the late Winston Churchill, the garden at Chartwell is set on a hill with magnificent views over the Weald.
Chartwell House and Gardens
Chatsworth House and Gardens. A must visit for everyone!
Chatsworth House and Garden
One of the most famous garden shows in the world held in May each year.
A beautiful botanic garden covering 4 acres founded in 1673. Close to the River Thames.
Chelsea Physic Garden
Originally a great 'Anglo-Dutch' garden of canals, park, and formal gardens open during snowdrop season
These gardens at Chirk Castle were created from William Emes' designs from the 18th century.
Chirk Castle and Gardens
Beautiful gardens surround the historic Chiswick House
Chiswick House and Gardens
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens is one of Cheshire's Gardens of Distinction. see why!
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens
Church Gardens is a family run restoration project consisting of three acres of historic walled gardens that have been drawn back from the brink of dereliction!
The Long Garden at Cliveden with its topiary and statuary is really impressive.
Clovelly Court Garden is a classic example of a lovingly restored Victorian walled kitchen garden
Clumber Park is set in over 3,800 acres of parkland, peaceful woods and open heath including a superb Serpentine Lake.
These 19th century landscaped Clyne Gardens of 50 acres were created by the Vivian family who sponsored plant expeditions overseas.
Explore the beautiful Colby Woodland Garden set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the finest Rhododendron and Azalea collections in Wales.
Colby Woodland Gardens
The snowdrop collection at Colesbourne Park originated in the plantings made by Henry John Elwes (1846-1922).
Colesbourne Garden Snowdrops
Coleton Fishacre is a beautiful 24 acre garden created by Rupert and Lady Dorothy D'Olyly Carte in the 1920s.
Compton Acres has 10 acres of gardens with lovely views over Poole Harbour and the distant Purbeck Hills.
Cothele Manor House and garden are a real treat and on the edge of Dartmoor
This beautiful ten acre garden at Coton Manor occupies a hillside position extending down from the 17th century manor house constructed of mellow Northamptonshire stone.
Coton Manor Garden
See spectacular displays of lavender and wild flowers during July and August at Cotswolds Lavender
Beautiful formal and wild gardens surround this wonderful Queen Anne House in Northamptonshire
Cottesbrooke Hall and Gardens
The gardens at Coughton Court are of special significance and although only started in 1991 they have now reached a high degree of maturity and are one of the best in England.
Cragside is a great Victorian Garden with one of the largest rock gardens in Europe.
Cragside House Gardens
This delightful garden surrounds the ancient Cranborne Manor House set in the beautiful Dorset countryside.
Cranborne Manor Gardens
Argyll and Bute,
Crarae Gardens on the banks of Loch Fyne, on the west coast of Scotland.
Crathes Castle and Gardens influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement are a real jewel of a place. The castle, gardens and setting combine to stunning effect.
Crathes Castle and Gardens
Cricklade Fritillaries - A natural history spectacular not to be missed.
Cricklade Fritillary Watch
Visit the beautiful Gardens at Croft Castle with its Walled Garden, dog friendly too!
Croft Castle NT
Recently restored and opened by the NationalTrust, these gardens near Durham are a great visit
Crook Hall Gardens
Croome Court in Worcestershire is another wonderful landscape from Capability Brown and was one of his first creations.
A unique garden worked by people recovering from mental health problems.
Culross Palace is not really a palace but a splendid merchants house dating from the late 16th century with a historic garden
Culzean is a garden lover's paradise.
Culzean Castle and Gardens
A truly magnificent landscape garden most of which has been created in the 20th century, at the rear of Dartington Hall.
Dartington Hall Garden
Only 28 miles from Edinburgh, Dawyck is an historic arboretum with impressive conifers, some over 40 metres tall.
Dawyck Botanic Garden
Deene Park gardens has long borders, old fashioned roses, specimen trees and pleasure walks, another great garden for you to visit
Deene Park House and Gardens
RHS Partner Garden of the Year 2023 for West Sussex, the South East and Channel Islands. The Garden is a great contemporary garden originally designed by the late John Brookes who was famous for his book 'The Small Garden'
GRAVEL GARDEN, HERBACEOUS BORDERS, COTTAGE GARDEN, POND GARDEN, GREAT FOR IDEAS!
Dirleton Castle garden existed here from the time the castle was built in the early 1200s.
Dirleton Castle and Gardens
Doddington Hall has five acres of romantic walled and wild gardens including a Kitchen Garden growing vegetables for the popular Farm Shop and Restaurant.
With a tea room serving delicious home made cakes, scones and lunches, and special events throughout the year, Doddington Place Gardens is well worth a visit.
Doddington Place Gardens
The Dorothy Clive Garden is intimate and informal with lovely views over the Shropshire hills
Dorothy Clive Gardens
Down House and Gardens the former home of Charles Darwin is a great place for a day out
Down House and Garden
Driftwood by Sea is the smallest garden on our guide at just 112ft by 40ft. It is a really special place.
SINCE 1989 THIS GARDEN HAS RAISED OVER £170,000 FOR CHARITY!
Drummond Castle Gardens. One of the finest formal gardens in Britain
This 17th century House, Dudmaston has delightful gardens which are a mass of colour in the Spring.
Dudmaston House Garden
Come and visit Dunge Valley, a beautiful garden in the rolling Pennine hills, likened to a mini Bodnant.
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