Packwood House’s Grade II listed gardens will delight and enchant visitors of all ages.
Painswick Rococo Garden is a unique 18th century garden set in a hidden valley with lovely views of the surrounding countryside.
Situated in the scenic Yorkshire Dales National Park, Parcevall Hall Gardens lie on a steep hillside.
These stunningly beautiful gardens at Parham surround an Elizabethan House.
There are magnificent views; a walled garden containing a Rose Walk, Rose Garden and Kitchen Garden; Victorian greenhouse; herbaceous borders and much more.
Peckover is a Georgian House originally owned by a Quaker banking family and has an outstanding Victorian garden of around 2 acres.
Pembroke Farm has a garden of surprises with a courtyard cafe.
Pencarrow House, another Cornish garden and extensive woodland best early summer.
Peaceful 15 acre, sub-tropical, spring-flowering.
The 3 acre garden at Penpergwm Lodge has been developed over the last 30 years from the remnants of an Edwardian garden designed when the house was built.
The gardens of the neo- Norman Penrhyn Castle are set amongst the backdrop of the Menai Strait and Snowdonia.
A splendid 14th century Manor House, Penshurst Place is set in magnificent Tudor Gardens surrounded by gentle English Parkland.
The Millennium Garden at Pensthorpe Wildfowl Park is a great place to visit for ideas
If you love roses and want to buy some to then the 3 acre rose garden at Peter Beale Roses is the place to visit
Picton Castle was built in the 13th century and is surrounded by extensive woodland gardens.
The Picton Garden has evolved during several decades on the original site of Ernest Ballard's Michaelmas Daisy nursery.
Extensive shrubs, trees and plants which look good most of the year.
Small and eccentric full of plants - near Bodmin.
The centrepiece of Pitmedden is the Great Garden which was originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton, 1st Baronet of Pitmedden.
"Like Sleeping Beauty's Palace, the gothic beauty of Norwich's Plantation Garden has been protected from the ravages of time by dense brambles.
This Edwardian garden - Plas Brondanw was created by Sir Clough William-Ellis and has magnificent views of the mountains.
This garden at Plas Newydd was based on a Henry Repton design and is situated above the Menai Straits with lovely views of Snowdonia.
This pretty 1 acre garden at Plas-yn-Rhiw was revived by the Keating sisters in 1938 and nestles at the foot of Mynydd Rhiw Mountain.
The gardens at Polesden Lacey are the creation of Mrs Greville, the renowned society hostess.
Poppy Cottage Garden one of the prettiest in the South West
The Port Lympne Mansion was built in 1912 for the Right Honourable Philip Sassoon, it is surrounded by 15 acres of landscaped gardens.
The climate at Portmeirion is very mild , winter frosts are rare and this has allowed plantings of tender exotic genera and species in common with many Cornish gardens.
This famous 17th century garden at Powis Castle was based on designs from William Winde.
Priorwood is a specialist small garden where plants grown are selected for their suitability for drying.