Gardens in England


Gardens in England

Gardens in England is a link page for any garden, botanical garden, arboretum or pinetum open to the public in England.

Bedfordshire

*Whipsnade Tree Cathedral
*Wrest Park Gardens

Berkshire

*Folly Farm

Buckinghamshire

*Ascott
*Cliveden
*The Manor House, Bledlow
*Stowe Landscape Garden
*Waddesdon
*West Wycombe Park

Cambridgeshire

*Anglesey Abbey
*Christ's College, Cambridge
*Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Cheshire

*Jodrell Bank Arboretum
*Ness Botanic Gardens
*Tatton Park - National Trust

Cornwall

*Antony House
*Caerhays
*Eden Project
*Glendurgan
*Lanhydrock House
*Longcross Victorian Garden
*Lost Gardens of Heligan
*Mary Newman's Cottage
*Pencarrow
*Penjerrick Garden
*Pine Lodge
*Probus Gardens
*Trebah
*Tresco
*Trewithen
*Trelissick Garden

Cumbria

*Holehird
*Holker Hall
*Levens Hall

Derbyshire

*Chatsworth
*Dunge Valley Hidden Garden

Devon

*Bicton Park
*Castle Drogo
*Coleton Fishacre
*Escot Park
*The Garden House at Buckland Monachorum
*Holbrook Garden near Tiverton
*Killerton
*Knightshayes
*Marwood Hill
*Plant World
*Rosemoor Garden - Royal Horticultural Society
*Tapeley Park Gardens
*Winsford Walled Garden

Dorset

*Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
*Bennetts Water Gardens
*Compton Acres
*Knoll Gardens
*Mapperton
*Minterne Gardens
*Thomas Hardy's Cottage

East Riding of Yorkshire

* Burnby Hall Gardens

East Sussex

*Charleston Manor
*Great Dixter
*Merriments
*Sheffield Park

Gloucestershire

*Barnsley House
*Hidcote Manor Garden
*Kiftsgate Court Gardens
*Owlpen
*Sezincote
*Westbury Court
*Westonbirt Arboretum

Greater London

*Capel Manor College, London Borough of Enfield
*Chelsea Physic Garden
*Chiswick House
*Hall Place and Gardens, London Borough of Bexley
*Hampton Court
*Kew Gardens - also listed under Surrey below
*Kenwood

Greater Manchester

*Firs Botanical Grounds
*Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

Hampshire

*Exbury Gardens
*Furzey Gardens
*Hinton Ampner
*Longstock Park Water Gardens
*Mottisfont Abbey
*Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
*Staunton Country Park
*The Vyne
*West Green House Garden

Hertfordshire

*Benington Lordship
*Gardens of the Rose
*Hatfield House

Kent

*Bateman's
*Bedgebury Pinetum
*Emmetts
*Goodnestone Park
*Groombridge Place
*Hever Castle
*Marle Place
*Penshurst Place
*Scotney Castle
*Sissinghurst Garden
*Yalding Organic Gardens

Lancashire

*Gresgarth Hall

Norfolk

*East Ruston Old Vicarage
*Fairhaven Gardens
*Foggy Bottom
*Mannington Gardens
*Plantation Garden

Northamptonshire

*Cottesbrook Hall

Northumberland

*Belsay Hall
*Cragside
*Wallington, Northumberland

North Yorkshire

*Burnby Hall Gardens, Pocklington
*The Forbidden Corner, Middleham
*Harlow Carr Botanical Gardens, Royal Horticultural Society
*Helmsley Walled Garden
*Museum Gardens, York
*Parcevall Hall Gardens, Skipton
*Rievaulx Terrace & Temples, Helmsley - National Trust
*Thorp Perrow Arboretum

Oxfordshire

*Blenheim Palace
*Rousham House
*University of Oxford Botanic Garden
*Westwell Manor

Rutland

*Barnsdale

Shropshire

*Hodnet Hall
*Wollerton Old Hall

Somerset

*Barrington Court
*Cannington College Gardens
*Cothay Manor, Greencombe
*Dunster Castle
*East Lambrook Manor
*Gauldon Manor Garden
*Hadspen House
*Hestercombe House
*Prior Park Landscape Garden

South Yorkshire

*Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Staffordshire

*Biddulph Grange

Suffolk

*Helmingham Hall
*Somerleyton Hall

Surrey

*Busbridge Lakes [ [http://www.busbridgelakes.co.uk/ Busbridge Lakes Home Page ] ]
*Claremont
*Hatchlands
*Loseley Park
*Painshill Park
*Polesden Lacey
*Ramster
*Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - also listed under Greater London above
*Royal Horticultural Society Garden, Wisley
*Savill Garden
*Sutton Place
*Titsey Place
*Valley Gardens
*Vann
*Winkworth Arboretum

Sussex

* see East Sussex and West Sussex

West Sussex

*Borde Hill Garden
*High Beeches Gardens
*Highdown Gardens
*Leonardslee
*Nymans
*Royal Pavilion
*St. Mary's House
*Stansted Park
*Wakehurst Place

Wiltshire

*Bowood House
*The Courts Garden
*Iford Manor
*Lacock Abbey
*Stourhead

Worcestershire

*The Leasowes
*Bodenham Arboretum

Yorkshire

* See East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire

Isle of Wight

*Ventnor Botanic Garden

References

ee also

*Gardens in Scotland
*Gardens in Wales
*Gardens in Northern Ireland


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