Great British Gardens News

Is it safe to visit Gardens now?

Gardens especially non National Trust Gardens are still struggling to attract visitors because of Covid 19. Find out if it is now safe to visit gardens and have that break away from home.

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Great British Gardens June Update

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Update 1 July 2020 - Opening status - Many gardens across the country have now re-opened
 
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- Find the garden you want to visit using search, county search, category etc
2 - Review the information on the Gardens Listings
3 - Check up to date opening information by clicking on the Gardens own website link. (always do this before visiting)

Enjoy your visits!


Update 29 May 2020 - Opening status

Gardens will start opening next week including the 4 RHS Gardens. Some  gardens will require visitors to book online beforehand.
When using our guide to visit gardens always click through to the Gardens own website for up to date information regarding openings.


Update 11 May 2020 - Garden Centres and nurseries can open if they want to from Wednesday 13 May subject to Social Distancing Guidelines.


Find out what we have been doing during lockdown at the home of Great British Gardens

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Corona Virus Update

Independent Nurseries - 6 04 2020 Please support your local Plant Nurseries. Whilst many cannot take online orders many are happy to take telephone orders and deliver.

Corona Virus - Update - 23 03 2020 - All gardens are now closed. please follow government guidelines on travel and social distancing.


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The Great British Blossom Show

Cherry Bossom in the Old Town Gardens Swindon in April

THE SHOW MUST GO ON! The Great British Blossom Show starts today across the British Isle with wonderful performances from Cherry trees, Plum trees, Apple trees and Hawthorn. The show lasts around 5 weeks or so and for millions of people in the British Isles (and bees) it will bring a smile.

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