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Denmans Garden   

The planting is increasingly in the newer, wilder way, it is this interaction between garden and site, between plants native and introduced, and how things grow in the wild that we are exploring at Denmans.

Edmondsham House and Gardens   

Edmonsham House is a fine Tudor Manor House with Georgian additions, which has remained within the ownership of the same family since the sixteenth Century.

Emmetts Garden   

This charming and informal garden at the highest point in Kent was laid out in the late 19th Century., with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world.

Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway   

Exbury Gardens is world famous among English Gardens, well known for its beautiful rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas. A historic British woodland Garden.

Finchcocks   

Living Museum of Music.

Groombridge Place Gardens and the Enchanted Forest   

Whether you seek the calm serenity of the Formal Gardens, or the innovative fun for all the family in the Enchanted Forest, Groombridge Place has something for you.

Hall Place House and Gardens   

Historic Tudor and Jacobean House and Gardens, various attractions and events information.

Hatchlands Park   

Built in the 1750s for Admiral Boscawen, hero of the Battle of Louisburg, and set in a beautiful 170-ha (430-acre) Repton park offering a variety of park and woodland walks,

Hatfield House   

Hatfield House was built by Robert Cecil, first Earl Salisbury and Chief Minister to King James I, in 1611. This celebrated Jacobean house, which stands in its own Great Park.

High Beeches Gardens   

Enjoy a visit to High Beeches, an exceptionally well preserved example of a landscaped woodland garden, dating from the early 20th century.

Knoll Gardens   

Specialist grower of ornamental grasses and perennials, garden and nursery, Knoll Gardens Dorset. Online plant catalogue.

Loseley Park   

Loseley House, built in 1562 by Sir William More, is a fine example of Elizabethan architecture, its mellow stone brought from the ruins of Waverley Abbey in Farnham, now over 850 years old.

Penshurst Place & Gardens   

Set in the rural Weald of Kent surrounded by picturesque countryside and ancient parkland, Penshurst Place and Gardens has changed little over the centuries.

Places to Go in London and the UK   

Places to go describes the best attractions in London and the South of England, the Cotswolds and Peak District, with photo's and locations.

Port Lympne Wild Animal Park   

Official Site - Come visit our wild animal parks online through webcams and movies, and learn all about the animals here. See rare and endangered species thriving in John Aspinalls wild animal parks.

Powell-Cotton Museum   

The Park, gardens and woodlands provide an attractive and tranquil backdrop to Quex House, one of Kent's finest Regency houses, and the Powell-Cotton Museum a vast collection of treasures gathered on twenty-eight expeditions to Africa and Asia.

Reg's Garden in Jersey   

My garden started as a retirement project eight years ago, you should see it now! Pond 180 feet long, over 3,500 plants, birds , fish and live webcameras, one with live sound.

RHS Garden Hyde Hall   

RHS Garden Hyde Hall was donated to the Society in 1993. Nearly 40 years of work has brought it from a windswept hill with just six mature trees, to the present day Garden of 24 acres.

RHS Garden Wisley   

Wisley is Britain's best loved garden offering a fascinating blend of the beautiful with practical and innovative design and cultivation techniques.

Royal National Rose Garden   

With over 30,000 roses on display, complemented by a rich variety of companion plants, the Gardens of the Rose - the flagship gardens of the Royal National Rose Society - are a captivating spectacle of colour.

Squerryes Court   

Bodrhyddan Hall, Rhuddlan, Denbighshire - a seventeenth century country house, with Victorian additions, open to the public. Extensive gardens, lawns, ponds.

St Margaret's Museum   

The Museum has a wealth of local and maritime interest and an exhibition of Noel Coward who was once a celebrated resident of St. Margaret's in the early 1950's.

Stapehill Abbey   

For nearly 200 years, Stapehill Abbey was a place of quiet retreat and meditation locked away from the outside world, Home to a Silent Order of Nuns. It is now a museum, farm, gardens and craft centre.

Staunton Country Park   

1,000 acres of landscaped parkland to explore, including an ornamental lake and fully restored Victorian Coach House.

Stonor   

Historic home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over 800 years. The house is surrounded by a wooded deer park in a valley in the Chiltern Hills.

Swiss Garden   

Bedfordshire Online managed by Bedfordshire County Council with information for the people of Bedfordshire and visitors to the County.

Wilton House   

Wilton House, stately home of the Earls of Pembroke. Open Easter-October daily, plus other times for corporate events/functions.

Yalding Organic Gardens   

Yalding Organic Gardens nestle against a traditional Kentish backdrop of hop gardens and oast houses.

The African Garden   

'A Garden and Website dedicated to the conservation, culture and photography of Southern African Bulbs'

Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum   

See the fascinating collection of over 1000 swans, geese and ducks from all over the world, along with a superb collection of gleaming Veteran, Edwardian and Vintage Cars and Motorcycles. Visit Bentley House, a Palladian-style mansion restored by Raymond Erith.

Bowood House & Gardens   

For seven months, from April through to October, this magical place is an oasis for all ages. The young on our Adventure Playground, parents enjoying the House and hundred acre gardens and grounds, grandparents the beauty and tranquillity of Capability Brown's Great Park.








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