This three-acre walled Malleny Garden has a delightful collection of old-fashioned roses and fine herbaceous borders, and also houses the National Bonsai Collection for Scotland.
Mapperton House and Garden are set hidden away in the most beautiful Dorset countryside.
Neath Port Talbot,
Margam Park and gardens date from the 19th century with 1920's restored Japanese garden.
A tree collection from all the temperate areas of the world set in more than 200 acres of historic landscape and gardens provides interest and enjoyment throughout the year at Marks Hall Garden.
Marwood Hill Garden is one of the finest in Devon and a must visit!
As you walk through the Garden Gate at Melbourne Hall, the landscape garden takes your breath away.
The gardens at Merriments in the rolling Sussex countryside never fails to delight.
Michelham Priory is a hidden gem in the heart of the Sussex Countryside with beautiful gardens, events and exhibitions throughout the year.
The gardens and parkland surround a listed William-and-Mary Country house.
Not that well known but Minterne Garden is a real gem tucked away in the Dorset countryside
A peaceful 17th century garden in Miserdenwithin a picturesque estate hidden in the Cotswolds hills
Montacute House is a magnificent Elizabethan Ham-stone house, surrounded by beautiful parkland and gardens and built in the late 16th century.
This beautiful Morton Hall Garden in Redditch, Worcestershire covers eight acres combining historic and new features.
Mottisfont Abbey Gardens are set in the delightful Test Valley, where the River Test the famous trout river follows its journey to the sea.
Isle of Wight,
Mottistone Manor Garden, a must visit if you are on the Isle of Wight
Part of a Country Park with lovely informal grounds.
10 acres of enchanting Edwardian gardens where terraces of fragrant roses lead to a small lake and woodland area overlooking orchards.
Mount Stewart is one of the most unique and unusual gardens that the Trust owns.
Isle of Bute,
Mount Stuart House and Gardens is a great place to visit for all the family.
The Gardens at Myddleton House tell a compelling story about one of Britain’s most famous self-taught gardeners, artists and expert botanists - Edward Augustus Bowles.