Latest news and pics from beautiful gardens to visit and full garden info pages below for many of the most popular gardens open to the public.
Here are concise details of some wonderful gardens to visit across the UK and Europe. Opening times, horticultural highlights, where to stay etc.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden - A natural garden located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.
Priory Maze & Gardens - Large traditional hedge maze and enchanting garden in Sheringham, Norfolk.
Wyken Gardens & Vineyards - Formal gardens and English wine vineyard set in the Suffolk countryside.
Helmingham Hall - A beautiful old Tudor house surrounded by a moat, with walled, kitchen, rose and knot gardens. Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Otley Hall - A beautiful 16th century moated Hall. Still a family home, it is set in 10 acres of magnificent gardens in the tranquil Suffolk countryside, only 8 miles north of Ipswich.
Kilravock Garden - A private garden in West Cork, open by appointment, taking advantage of the warm Gulf stream.
Brigit's Garden - A charming, natural Celtic garden in Co. Galway.
LONDON & THE SOUTH EAST
Kew Gardens - One of the oldest and finest botanical gardens in the world. Situated in Richmond, West London.
Lullingstone Castle - take a botanical journey around the globe in a traditional English setting at the World Garden of Plants, Kent.
The Secret Gardens of Sandwich - A fully restored Gertrude Jekll designed garden in the historic port of Sandwich, Kent.
Beech Court Gardens - A lovingly maintained garden near the historic cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent.
Exbury Gardens - situated in the New Forest National Park, Hampshire was created in the 1920s, and extends over 200 acres.
Beech Court Gardens
Borde Hill - A classic garden, located in Sussex, just 20 minutes from Brighton.
Chelsea Physic Garden - London's oldest botanical garden dating back to 1673.
The Picton Garden - home of the Plant Heritage National Collection of Autumn Flowering Asters situated in the Malvern Hills, Worcestershire.
Barnsdale Gardens - Created by BBC Gardener's World Gardener & presenter Geoff Hamilton, situated in Rutland, East Midlands
Arley Hall - 250 years of garden heritage in sumptous gardens set in the peaceful Cheshire countryside.
Ardkinglas - 25 acre woodland at Loch Fyne, with the largest tree in Britain amongst its collection of 'champion trees'. Argyll
Castle Kennedy - 75 acres of landscaped gardens dating back to the 1730s. Dumfries & Galloway.
The Castle of Mey - HM The Queen Mother's Scottish retreat in Caithness on the North coast of Scotland.
Glenwhan Gardens - A Scottish garden that is stocked with plants from around the world, thanks to the Gulf Stream climate.
Bowood - A formal garden in Wiltshire set amidst Capability Brown Parkland.
Westonbirt National Arboretum - 600 acres of spectacular trees from around the world situated in the Cotswold countryside.
Trevarno Gardens - A 35 acre garden in Cornwall. Icludes a national Daffodil collection and an Italian garden.
Japanese Garden & Bonsai Nursery - A beautiful Japanese garden located near Newquay, Cornwall.
Sudeley Castle - Beautiful Tudor gardens, nestled in the Cotswold Hills, in Gloucestershire.
Lydiard Park - A rare example of an 18th century walled garden. The garden was established in th 1740s. Wiltshire.
YORKSHIRE & LINCS
Burghley - A fine Elizabethan house with Capability Brown designed gardens in Lincolnshire.
Wentworth Castle Gardens - Grade 1 listed parkland located in South Yorkshire.
Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens - Gardens surrounding an 18th Century farmhouse just six miles from York.