The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is set on a hillside overlooking the city which is just 1 mile away.
The gardens at Rufford are just one of the attractions here.
This 16th century house Rufford Hall is surrounded by gardens created in a Victorian style.
Ryton Organic Garden is an internationally famous tourist attraction as well as being the site of Garden Organics headquarters.
Set on the outskirts of Plymouth this magnificent house is surrounded by 20 acres of Parkland.
Award-Winning RHS Partner Garden
Sandringham House Gardens in Norfolk - Beautiful herbaceous borders designed by Geoffrey Jellicoe, woodland and lakes with magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons
A luxuriant collection of Subtropical plants and trees, including Tree Ferns, Palms in variety, lillies, swathes of bamboos.
The Savill Garden is a garden for all seasons covering 35 acres and giving colour through all the seasons.
An inspired contemporary garden in Yorkshire , newly planted in the 4½ acre 18th Century walled garden at Scampston and opened to the public for the first time in 2004.
The Gardens at Scotney Castle surround the ruins of a 14th century moated castle.
This garden at Sezincote surrounds a fine house built to encompass Indian character in 1810. It is reminiscent of the Brighton Dome.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been subject to a major restoration programme which was completed in 2005.
Sheffield Park is a great landscaped garden created by Capability Brown in the 18th century.
A wonderful small garden with a great colour palate. The creator is a botanical artist.
This was one of Capability Brown's first commissions giving the Nation a magnificent Landscape Garden
These Grade 1 historic gardens at Shugborough date from the 18th century.
Singleton Botanic Gardens covers 100 acres of parkland and approx 5 acres of more formal gardens.
Sissinghurst Castle is one of the most famous and delightful gardens in the British Isles.
Sizergh Castle is surrounded by lovely grounds and park with specimen trees and woodland walks.
The garden at Sledmore House in Yorkshire has become a place to explore and discover different planting areas that have an emphasis on form and colour.
This charming small organic garden surrounds this Cotswold Tudor Manor House known as Snowshill Manor.
Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk one of Britain's finest stately homes and gardens
Speke Hall and Gardens is just 5 miles from the centre of Liverpool and is one of the finest Tudor Mansions in England
Go and enjoy one of England’s finest gardens at Spetchley Park
St Andrews Botanic Garden covers 18 acres and has a great collection of plants, trees and shrubs.
St James Park in Central London - once a marsh but now with fine gardens.
One of the prettiest churchyards in Britain with spring flowers, rhododendrons and camellias.
The garden at St. Mary's Bramber is set around a charming 15th century house which must be seen.
St Michaels Mount has superb subtropical gardens and you can also visit the castle.
Standen House is an Arts and Crafts family home, complemented by a beautiful 13 acre hillside garden.
If you are visiting the Cotswolds and are interested in Garden history make sure you take time to visit Stanway House
See our formal gardens, woodland and lake, we will give you a warm welcome.
Stillingfleet Garden garden, with its tranquil setting is in the grounds of a 18th century farmhouse.
Stockton Bury Gardens are beautiful giving colour and interest all year round.
The Period Gardens at Stockwood Discovery Centre are in the original walled gardens.
Stone House is a romantic garden set in an old walled kitchen garden.
Stonor Park is the historic home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over 800 years.
Stourhead Gardens - a stunning English landscape garden by Henry Hoare 11 in the mid 1800s.
Stowe is one of the finest of Georgian landscape gardens comprising valleys and vistas, narrow lakes and rivers with more than 30 temples and monuments, designed by leading architects of the 18th-century.
'The Queen of the Cotswolds', the garden at Sudeley Castle surrounds a fine Castle which was desecrated by Cromwell in the Civil War.
Sugnall Hall has a fine kitchen walled garden with 200 fruit trees
Sussex Prairie Garden of approx 6 acres planted in a naturalistic style using 30,000 plants of 600 different varieties.
A visit to The Swiss Garden takes you back to the early 19th century, when an interest in ornamental gardening and picturesque architecture was combined with a passion for 'Swiss Vogue'.
Syon Park and Garden - On the Thames, there are 40 acres of gardens and the Historic House is also open.
Tapeley Gardens in North Devon is certainly one for your diary. Take a look.
These delightful Gardens at Tatton Park cover 50 acres. Much of the gardens were designed by Lewis Wyatt in the 1800s and are a collection of gardens within a garden.
Contemporary garden adjacent to the Thames in East London, worth a look.
The Blue Pool Wareham is a hidden gem.
The Courts - This is a great garden and one of the best in Wiltshire