Spetchley Park Gardens

One of Britain’s best-kept secrets Three miles east of Worcester surrounded by glorious countryside lays one of Britain’s best-kept secrets, Spetchley Park Gardens. Spetchley has been home to the Berkeley family for over 400 years and successive generations have lovingly collected and planted rare plants from around the world, creating one of the largest private…

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Hill Close

The restored gardens at Hill Close, Warwick, offer an extremely rare opportunity to visit sixteen hedged Victorian detached gardens, reconstructed to capture the planting and personality of their original owners. The plots are very varied and individual, as would have been the case more than a hundred years ago. Generally there is a mixture of…

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Cottesbrooke

Cottesbrooke is a wonderful Queen Anne house dating from 1702 and set in delightful award winning gardens in rural Northamptonshire. The remarkable 18th century landscaping of the Park, its vistas and lakes provide the backdrop to the Hall. The renowned gardens are of great variety with many specimen trees In the tranquil Wild Garden, that…

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Thenford Arboretum

“One of the most impressive, varied and fascinating gardens to have been made in the last forty years anywhere in the world.” Country Life March 2019 The arboretum is set in over seventy acres and features a collection of more than three thousand different trees and shrubs together with extensive herbaceous borders. The collection is…

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Batsford Arboretum & Garden Centre

Batsford Arboretum is home to a unique collection of some of the world’s most beautiful and rare trees, shrubs and bamboos. It was started in the late 1800’s by Lord Redesdale – grandfather to the infamous Mitford sisters, who dedicated his life to creating a wild garden. His passion was shared by the 2nd Lord…

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Kew Gardens

A UNESCO World Heritage Site Set in 326 acres of beautiful grounds containing the largest living plant collection in the world, Kew Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site less than 30 minutes from central London. The Gardens’ famous glasshouses provide hours of fascinating discovery whether it’s a tropical rainforest in the iconic Palm House;…

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Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Cambridge University Botanic Garden is set within 40 acres in the heart of Cambridge. Over 8,000 plant species from around the world provide a stunning backdrop for a relaxing and informative day out, and a wonderful destination for leisure or special interest group at any time of year. Opened in 1846, the Botanic Garden holds…

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