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.

Shuborough Hall Garden

Shugborough Hall and Gardens

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

Spetchley Park Garden

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.

The Vyne Garden

The Vyne House and Gardens

Hampshire, The Vyne House and Garden - Originally built as a great Tudor "power house," The Vyne was later home to the Chute family for over 350 years.

Threave Garden

Threave Garden & Estate

Dumfries and Galloway, Here at Threave Garden on a beautiful 1200 acre Estate near Castle Douglas visitors can enjoy the fruits of a project that has brought together agriculture, forestry, nature conservation and of course stunning horticulture.

Gardens in Staffordshire

Trentham Gardens, Stoke on Trent

Staffordshire, Trentham Gardens date from the Capabilty Brown era with a modern twist!

Walmer Castle Garden

Walmer Castle and Garden, near Deal

Kent, Walmer Castle the Royal residence of the Lords Warden of the Cinque Ports is set on the Kent Coast overlooking the sea.

Westbrook House Garden

Westbrook House Garden near Glastonbury

Somerset, Westbrook House - A beautiful Private Garden, near Glastonbury, Somerset set in 4 acres

Yeo Valley Organic Garden

Yeo Valley's Organic Garden, near Blagdon

Somerset, The Yeo Valley Organic Garden is a constantly evolving, varied 6.5 acre garden with a contemporary feel.

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