Will you ever find a prettier Spring / early Summer than Ramster. We do not think so!
Red House an Arts and Craft property with gardens once home to William Morris
Redhall Walled Garden is a very unusual 18th century walled garden on the west side of Edinburgh, on the banks of the Water of Leith, in the beautiful Colinton Dell.
Probably the best known London Park, with lakes, formal borders including roses.
Renishaw Hall and Gardens - a great day out for lovers of historic houses and gardens
The wonderful RHS Harlow Carr Gardens worth visiting any time of year
Whatever the season, Rosemoor is a unique place that people return to time and again for ideas, inspiration or simply to enjoy a marvellous day out.
An absolute must, the RHS Gardens at Wisley, are for the enthusiast offering ideas on design, innovation and cultivation techniques.
RHS Hyde Hall - a great garden created on a very difficult site.
Rode Hall, an eighteenth century house set in a Repton garden landscape containing fine portraits, furniture and porcelain.
A stunning courtyard garden greets you as you enter through the door by the side of the Rodmarton Manor.
The garden here at Rousham House is a masterpiece by William Kent (1685 - 1748) and is one of the few gardens from this time which remain largely unaltered.
Rowallane Gardens set in 50 acres were created in the mid 19th century by the Rev John Moore but were further developed by Hugh Moore, a famous plantsman in the early 1900s.
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.
You must not miss the Rydall Hall Thomas Mawson Gardens a great example of the Arts and Crafts movement in Garden design
Ryton Organic Garden is an internationally famous tourist attraction as well as being the site of Garden Organics headquarters.