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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.
A stunning courtyard garden greets you as you enter through the door by the side of the Rodmarton Manor.
A wonderful small garden with a great colour palate. The creator is a botanical artist.
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.
Sugnall Hall has a fine kitchen walled garden with 200 fruit trees
Set amidst beautiful South Devon landscape on the edge of Dartmoor, this 8 acre garden at The Garden House includes a romantic terraced walled garden surrounding the ruins of a 16th century vicarage.
The Place for Plants, East Bergholt is an impressive woodland garden.
Home to a collection of over 5000 trees and shrubs created by Lord Heseltine and his wife Anne
Thorp Perrow is situated at the base of the Yorkshire Dales - come and explore the 100 acres of woodland with trees from around the world, some trees dating back to Medieval times.
These gardens and grounds at Wallington Hall date from the 1700s by Sir Walter Blackett with help from Lancelot 'Capability' Brown who attended school in the estate village.
Wimpole Hall is set in a classical 18th century landscape.