The snowdrop collection at Colesbourne Park originated in the plantings made by Henry John Elwes (1846-1922).
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.
Constable Burton Hall and its gardens are set in beautiful countryside at the entrance to Wensleydale
Cothele Manor House and garden are a real treat and on the edge of Dartmoor
Cothay Manor Gardens deep in the Somerset Countryside are a real gem and should not be missed
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.
See spectacular displays of lavender and wild flowers during July and August at Cotswolds Lavender
Cottesbrooke is frequently attributed as the pattern for Jane Austen's 'Mansfield Park'.
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.
This delightful garden surrounds the ancient Cranborne Manor House set in the beautiful Dorset countryside.
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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.
Cricklade Fritillaries - A natural history spectacular not to be missed.
Just a few minutes walk from Durham’s busy market place, Crook Hall and Gardens is a haven of peace and tranquillity.
Croome Court in Worcestershire is another wonderful landscape from Capability Brown and was one of his first creations.
The Walled Garden at Croome Court has been lovingly restored over recent years and is now open to the public.
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.