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Rhododendron Gardens and Rhododendrons - where to see them in 2016

From about mid March onwards you will be able to see spectacular displays of camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons. We list a selection of Gardens throughout the country which you can visit. The best time to visit is generally between mid March and early June ( generally best end of April and beginning of May) but please ring the garden beforehand if travelling any distance. Better still why not take a break and stay in one of our recommended hotels

Killerton House Garden

Killerton House Gardens, near Exeter

Devon, Killerton House is beautiful hillside garden for all seasons set in the rolling devon countryside.

Lamorran House Garden in St Mawes

Lamorran House Garden

Cornwall, Lamorran House Garden is set on a hillside with exotic plants in St Mawes.

 Lanhydrock House Gardens

Lanhydrock House and Gardens, near Bodmin

Cornwall, Lannhydock House and Garden is one of our favourite places to visit

Larmer Tree Gardens

Larmer Tree Gardens, near Shaftesbury

Wiltshire, Larmer Tree Gardens - 'Secret Gardens of Wiltshire' in the beautiful Cranborne chase.

Lea Gardens

Lea Gardens, near Matlock, Derbyshire

Derbyshire, Lea Gardens is a unique collection of highly acclaimed rhododendrons, azaleas kalmias and other plants collected from the far corners of the world.

Leeds Castle and Gardens

Leeds Castle Gardens, near Maidstone

Kent, Leeds Castle is set amongst 500 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens

Long Close Garden

Long Close Garden

Leicestershire, Lovely garden at Long Close developed over many years, a real plantsman's garden.

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Austell

Cornwall, Restored back from obscurity - The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Britain's finest restorations.

Lukesland Garden

Lukesland Gardens

Devon, Lukesland Gardens, described in the Good Gardens Guide as ‘one of the finest gardens of its type in the South West’, offers the visitor 24 acres of flowering shrubs, rare trees and wild flowers.

Lydney Park Spring Garden

Lydney Park Spring Gardens

Gloucestershire, Set in beautiful countryside the Lydney Spring Gardens are in an enchanted secluded wooded valley with lakes and a profusion of rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias and other flowering shrubs and trees.

Manderston House Garden

Manderston House Garden

Scottish Borders, The south front of Manderston House and Garden looks across four terrace gardens which were designed by John Kinross and are still planted in Edwardian style. Image by Alistair ©

The beautiful Marwood Hill garden

Marwood Hill Garden, near Barnstaple

Devon, Marwood Hill Garden isone of the finest in Devon and a must visit!

Minterne Gardens

Minterne Garden, near Dorchester

Dorset, Not that well known but Minterne Garden is a real gem tucked away in the Dorset countryside

Mount Stewart Gardens in County down, Northern Ireland

Mount Stewart House & Gardens

County Down, Mount Stewart is one of the most unique and unusual gardens that the Trust owns.

Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute

Mount Stuart and Gardens, Isle of Bute

Isle of Bute, Mount Stuart House and Gardens is a great place to visit for all the family.

Ness Botanic Gardens

Ness Botanic Gardens, Wirral

Cheshire, Ness Botanic Gardens was created by a cotton merchant and is now one of the finest gardens in the North

Newby Hall Gardens

Newby Hall Gardens, Ripon

Yorkshire, Today the gardens at Newby Hall have been totally restored and replanted over a ten year period by Mr and Mrs Robin Compton.

Nymans Garden

Nymans Garden, near Crawley

Sussex, Nymans Garden is one of the finest gardens in England. See why we rate it so highly.

Pencarrow House Gardens

Pencarrow House and Gardens, near Bodmin

Cornwall, Pencarrow House, another Cornish garden and extensive woodland best early summer.

Penjerrick Gardens

Penjerrick Gardens, near Falmouth

Cornwall, Peaceful 15 acre, sub-tropical, spring-flowering.

Picton Castle Gardens

Picton Castle and Gardens, Haverford West

Pembrokeshire, Picton Castle was built in the 13th century and is surrounded by extensive woodland gardens.

Plas Newydd Garden

Plas Newydd Garden, Anglesey

Anglesey, This garden at Plas Newydd was based on a Henry Repton design and is situated above the Menai Straits with lovely views of Snowdonia.

Portmeirion and Gardens

Portmeirion and Gardens

Gwynedd, Portmeirion is home to a 70 acre sub-tropical forest with 20 miles of paths, hidden lakes, temples and breathtaking views.

Ramster Garden

Ramster Gardens

Surrey, Will you ever find a prettier Spring / early Summer than Ramster. We do not think so!

RHS Gardens Wisley

RHS Gardens Wisley

Surrey, An absolute must, the RHS Gardens at Wisley, are for the enthusiast offering ideas on design, innovation and cultivation techniques.

Rowallane Gardens in Northern Ireland

Rowallane Garden, National Trust, Northern Ireland

County Down, 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.

Rufford Old Hall and Garden

Rufford Old Hall - National Trust, Lancashire

Lancashire, This 16th century house Rufford Hall is surrounded by gardens created in a Victorian style.

Sandringham House and Gardens

Sandringham House Gardens in Norfolk

Norfolk, Sandringham House Gardens in Norfolk - Beautiful herbaceous borders designed by Geoffrey Jellicoe, woodland and lakes with magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons

The Savill Garden near Windsor

Savill Garden, near Windsor

Surrey, The Savill Garden is a garden for all seasons covering 35 acres and giving colour through all the seasons.

The gardens at Scotney Castle

Scotney Castle Gardens, near Tunbridge Wells

Kent, The Gardens at Scotney Castle surround the ruins of a 14th century moated castle.

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