The gardens at Baddesley Clinton are delightful.
Balmoral Castle and its great gardens have been the Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852, having been first leased in 1848.
This small garden set near to the bustling streets of St Ives is a quiet oasis and a reminder of the great work of Dame Barbara Hepworth.
The gardens at Barnsdale were made famous by the late Geoff Hamilton of BBC Gardeners World.
Barnsley House has a beautiful small garden of 4 acres created by the late Rosemary Verey one of the 20th's centuries most famous designers.
Barrington Court Garden is a National Trust gem in Somerset with Gertrude Jekyll
This beautiful Palladian mansion at Basildon Park and Gardens in a wonderful position above the River Thames was built in 1776-83.
Rudyard Kipling lived here at Batemans from 1902 to his death in 1936 and was responsible for most of the Garden which surrounds the Jacobean House.
Batsford Arboretum is set in 56 acres of lovely Cotswold Countryside and contains over 1500 trees with species from all over the world.
The gardens at Belsay Hall date from the late 1700s and have evolved from that time to become one of the best in the Northern Counties.
The Gardens at Belton House built in the late 1600s have been restored over recent years.
Lovely gardens surround Beningbrough Hall this Grand Georgian Mansion built in 1716.
The historic site of Benington Lordship, and the views over surrounding parkland lend this garden a unique atmosphere.
Argyll and Bute,
The mountain-side Benmore Botanic Garden is under the direction of the Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden.
The red brick walled garden at Benvarden Garden features climbers, espalier trained fruit trees. There is a lovely rose garden, herbaceous borders, a box parterre.
The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960 when the site was an overgrown wasteland between two farms.
Visit the beautiful Bicton Park Botanical Gardens near Exeter in Devon, take your dog and kids too!
The garden at Biddulph Grange are perhaps one of the most exciting and unusual gardens
This delightful garden at Bide-a-Wee Cottage set in a disused quarry covers around 2 acres.
Fifteen acres of glorious gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens one mile form the city centre
Described in the good gardens guide as being 'a horticultural gem'.
14 acres of stunning RHS partner gardens around a medieval Palace.
Set in stunning scenery Blair Castle and Garden is a great place to visit in Scotland
Britain’s Greatest Palace
Blickling Hall is a delightful Jacobean House surrounded by superb gardens.
One of the finest collections of unusual trees and shrubs in Derbyshire
Bodenham Farm and Arboretum is set in a double valley covering 160 acres. The epicentre lies around the big pool and Visitor Centre.
This is a great garden not to be missed. Bodnant Garden is perched above the River Conwy it has views across the valley to the Snowdonia National Park.
Bodrhyddan has been the home of the Conwy family since the early 15th century.
The gardens at Bodysgallen Hall are not only completely stunning but are truly historic.