At the very heart of historical Bury St Edmunds are the Abbey Gardens, built on the site of a great Benedictine abbey and well-known for their stunning floral displays.
Abbey House Manor in Malmesbury was once part of the Benedictine Monastery founded about 666 AD.
Abbey House Manor Gardens
Superb sub tropical Abbotsbury Gardens set in beautiful coastal location close to Chesil Beach.
Abbotsford House and Gardens - a truly splendid place set in grounds which border down to the River Tweed famous for its trout fishing.
Abbotsford House and Gardens
Aberdour Castle is one of the oldest in Scotland with the original house being built in the 12th Century.
Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ‘A Garden Lost in Time’ which followed its restoration.
Argyll and Bute,
Achamore Gardens are set on the Isle of Gigha, and is short ferry ride from the mainland.
Alfriston Clergy House in Sussex has a delightful small garden and is run by the National Trust - its first ever property
COTTAGE GARDEN, WONDERFUL VIEWS, HISTORIC HOUSE OPEN TO VISITORS
Alfriston Clergy House
The Alnwick Garden is one of the most popular gardens to visit in Britain with its superb water features and fountains.
At the American museum there is a garden which is based on the Mount Vernon Garden at George Washington's home.
American Museum Garden
These beautiful gardens at An Cala were created in the 1930's and situated on the West Coast of Scotland.
The garden at Anglesey Abbey was developed by the 1st Lord Fairhaven from 1926 and has become one of the British Isles most beautiful 20th century gardens.
Antony Woodland Gardens is a beautiful Spring Garden in Cornwall with a National Collection of Camellia Japonica
Antony Woodland Gardens
These impressive 17th century water gardens are one of the earliest of their kind remaining in the British Isles.
Antrim Castle Gardens
Overlooking Ben Nevis and Glen Coe Ard Daraich is the former holiday home of Contance Spry set in 8 acres of Hill Garden with an important collection of Rhododendrons, Acers and other rare trees and shrubs.
Ardchattan Priory Garden was first the home to Valliscaulian monks in the 13th century it has evolved over the years and now boasts fine herbaceous borders as well as a rockery and shrub borders.
Argyll and Bute,
The Ardkinglas Garden is of interest to the plant enthusiast or those wanting a peaceful woodland walk - watch out for the red squirrels. Includes Gruffalo Trail for kids!
Ardkinglas Woodland Garden
Ardmaddy Castle Garden surrounds a 15th century castle with lovely views to the sea.
Ardmaddy Castle Garden
Arduaine Garden is famous for its collection of Rhododendrons, magnolias and azaleas established over the last century.
Arley Arboretum is one of the oldest Arboretums in Great Britain.
Arlington Court is hidden in a wooded valley on the edge of Exmoor.
Arlington Court Gardens
Isle of Skye,
An open garden on the Isle of Skye with 40 acres of exotic trees, shrubs and flowers with sea and mountain views
Armadale Castle Gardens
Historic Castle and beautiful gardens to take your breath away
Make sure you put Arundel Castle and Gardens in your diary, you will not be disappointed.TULIPS, ROSE GARDEN, ORGANIC, KITCHEN GARDEN, CASTLE OPEN
Gardens at Arundel Castle
Isle of Bute,
Ascog Hall, with it's award-winning Victorian fernery and enchanting garden, can be found on the beautiful island of Bute in the Clyde estuary.
This is a great Victorian garden which surrounds the Jacobean house owned by the Rothschild family.
The formal Arts and Crafts gardens at Athelhampton House were built in 1891 by Alfred Cart de Lafontaine.
Athelhampton House Gardens
Audley End is a glorious Jacobean stately home owned by English Heritage with outstanding gardens..
Audley End House and Gardens
Parts of Avebury Manor may date back to the 12th century.
Avebury Manor Garden