Wildflowers

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We all love wildflowers and many gardens have made space for meadows, small and large which encourage all sorts of wildlife including birds, butterflys, insects and much more.
We list a number of places in England, Scotland and Wales where you can see them.

Anglesey Abbey gardens

Anglesey Abbey and Gardens

Cambridgeshire, 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.

Baddesley Clinton Garden

Baddesley Clinton Gardens

Warwickshire, The gardens at Baddesley Clinton are delightful.

Bluebell Cottage Gardens

Bluebell Cottage Garden, near Dutton

Cheshire, Set on a quiet rural lane, this 2 acre garden is packed with plants and rich in wildlife.

Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden, North Wales

Conwy, 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.

Brightwater Garden, Saxby

Brightwater Gardens, Saxby

Lincolnshire, This 21st century garden will interest every visitor within its 8 acres - yew hedging and walls enclose magical garden rooms full of roses and herbaceous plants.

Beautiful Gardens Lake District

Brockhole Garden and visitor centre

Cumbria, Brockhole has 30 acres of gardens and grounds, designed by Thomas Mawson 1898.

Clyne Gardens

Clyne Gardens, near Swansea

Glamorgan, These 19th century landscaped Clyne Gardens of 50 acres were created by the Vivian family who sponsored plant expeditions overseas.

Cothay Manor Gardens

Cothay Manor Gardens

Somerset, Cothay Manor Gardens deep in the Somerset Countryside are a real gem and should not be missed

 

Where to see lavender fields

Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, near Broadway

Worcestershire, See spectacular displays of lavender and wild flowers during July and August at Cotswolds Lavender

Fritillaries at North Meadow in Cricklade

Cricklade Fritillaries

Wiltshire, Cricklade Fritillaries - A natural history spectacular not to be missed.

Forde Abbey and Gardens

Forde Abbey and Gardens

Somerset, The fantastic abbey dates from the 12th century and is a must see.

Furzey Gardens

Furzey Gardens, near Lyndhurst

Hampshire, These delightful, informal gardens known as Furzey Garden was established in 1922 and is renowned for its all year round beauty. Set in the New Forest it is a great place to visit when on holiday.

Helmsley Walled Garden

Helmsley Walled Garden

Yorkshire, Built in 1759, Helmsley Walled Garden is a beautiful five acre garden sitting beneath the imposing ruins of Helmsley Castle.

Hever Castle Garden

Hever Castle and Gardens

Kent, Hever Castle, on the Kent border have lovingly tended gardens bringing colour and life all the year round surround.

Spring at High Beeches Garden

High Beeches Garden

Sussex, High Beeches Gardens is 27 acres of tranquil and enchanting woodland and water gardens.

Highclere Castle & Garden

Highclere Castle and Gardens

Berkshire, Highclere House and gardens have some beautiful features and must not be missed. An Egyptian exhibition is open part of the year.

The wonderful Gardens at Highnam Court in Gloucestershire

Highnam Court Gardens

Gloucestershire, The Gardens at Highnam Court have been lovingly restored and expanded. Sir Hubert Parry the famous composer once lived here.

Howick Hall Garden

Howick Hall Garden, near Alnwick

Northumberland, These lovely gardens at Howick Hall are situated only 2 miles from the Northumberland coast, but the slightly milder climate has protected many of the tender plants which grow there.

Kelmscott Manor Garden

Kelmscott Manor Gardens, near Lechlade

Gloucestershire, Kelmscott Manor - the inspirational home of William Morris, father of the Arts & Crafts movement.

Langley Park Gardens

Langley Park Gardens, near Montrose

Angus, 3 acres of mixed herbaceous planting within 4 walled gardens, set amongst 27 acres of policies, in the grounds of the historic Langley Park House, dating from the early 18th century.

Ness Botanic Gardens

Ness Botanic Gardens, Wirral

Cheshire, Ness Botanic Gardens was created by a cotton merchant and is now one of the finest gardens in the North

Polesden Lacy Gardens

Polesden Lacey House and Gardens

Surrey, The gardens at Polesden Lacey are the creation of Mrs Greville, the renowned society hostess.

RHS Harlow Carr

RHS Garden Harlow Carr , near Harrogate

North Yorkshire, The wonderful RHS Harlow Carr Gardens worth visiting any time of year

Rosemoor Garden

RHS Garden Rosemoor

Devon, Whatever the season, Rosemoor is a unique place that people return to time and again for ideas, inspiration or simply to enjoy a marvellous day out.

RHS Gardens Wisley

RHS Gardens Wisley

Surrey, An absolute must, the RHS Gardens at Wisley, are for the enthusiast offering ideas on design, innovation and cultivation techniques.

Rowallane Gardens in Northern Ireland

Rowallane Garden, National Trust, Northern Ireland

County Down, Rowallane Gardens set in 50 acres were created in the mid 19th century by the Rev John Moore but were further developed by Hugh Moore, a famous plantsman in the early 1900s.

The Indian style Sezincote House and Gardens

Sezincote House Gardens

Gloucestershire, This garden at Sezincote surrounds a fine house built to encompass Indian character in 1810. It is reminiscent of the Brighton Dome.

Shuborough Hall

Shugborough Hall and Gardens

Staffordshire, These Grade 1 historic gardens at Shugborough date from the 18th century.

Spetchley Park Gardens

Spetchley Park Gardens

Worcestershire, Go and enjoy one of England’s finest gardens at Spetchley Park

The Garden House, Devon

The Garden House, Devon

Devon, Set amidst beautiful South Devon landscape on the edge of Dartmoor, this 8 acre garden at The Garden House includes a romantic terraced walled garden surrounding the ruins of a 16th century vicarage.

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