Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ‘A Garden Lost in Time’ which followed its restoration.
The Alnwick Garden is one of the most popular gardens to visit in Britain with its superb water features and fountains.
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.
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
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
The gardens at Baddesley Clinton are delightful.
Batsford Arboretum is set in 56 acres of lovely Cotswold Countryside and contains over 1500 trees with species from all over the world. SPECTACULAR SNOWDROPS, SPRING BLOSSOMS AND AUTUMN COLOURS
The Gardens at Belton House built in the late 1600s have been restored over recent years.
Belton House and Garden
The historic site of Benington Lordship, and the views over surrounding parkland lend this garden a unique atmosphere.
Fifteen acres of glorious gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens one mile form the city centre
Birmingham Botanical Garden Whats on?
Bodnant Garden is perched above the River Conwy it has views across the valley to the Snowdonia National Park. One of Britain's finest Gardens, with something to see all year - ROSES, RHODODENDRONS, WATERFALLS, GLORIOUS AUTUMN COLOURS
These highly acclaimed world-renowned Bressingham Gardens are a mecca for anyone interested in gardening, with many recent visitors claiming they are the best they have seen.
Brockhole has 30 acres of gardens and grounds, designed by Thomas Mawson 1898.
Brodie Castle is a great place to visit in the Spring to see daffodils
Castle Fraser is one of the grandest castles of Mar and was built between 1575 and 1636 and is a wonderful place to visit.
Cawdor Castle is fortunate to have three gardens.
Cawdor Castle and Garden
Chatsworth House and Gardens. A must visit for everyone!
Chatsworth House and Garden
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
Dyrham Park near Bath is a wonderful place to visit any time of year with a colourful winter garden
Exbury Gardens on the edge of the New Forest. Spectacular collection of woodland, herbaceous, contemporary and formal gardens
This garden at Florence Court was created around 1789 by William King for the 1st Earl of Enniskillen.
Florence Court and Gardens
Glendurgan Garden - Lovely in early summer and with maze for children.
The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum are lovely in every season.
Stunning and peaceful with an individuality that will delight and surprise you.
Leeds Castle near Maidstone is set amongst 500 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens. It is a wonderful place to visit any time of year.
Leeds Castle Gardens
Restored back from obscurity - The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Britain's finest restorations.
Lost Gardens of Heligan
Mottisfont Abbey Gardens are set in the delightful Test Valley, where the River Test the famous trout river follows its journey to the sea.
Today the gardens at Newby Hall have been totally restored and replanted over a ten year period by Mr and Mrs Robin Compton.
Newby Hall and Gardens
Nymans Garden, in Sussex is one of the National Trusts most beautiful gardens. In the late 1800's Ludwig Messel bought the Nymans Estate in the Sussex High Weald to make a dream family home.
NATIONAL TRUST GARDEN GEM, TULIPS, DAFFODILS, SPRING BLOSSOM, HERBACEOUS BORDERS, AUTUMN COLOURS