Many of the informal gardens we have on our guide are home to a diverse range of wildlife.We have selected just a few but you can find more by using the search facility at the top of this page, which will help you in your organic gardening.
Abbey House in Malmesbury was once part of the Benedictine Monastery founded about 666 AD.
Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ‘A Garden Lost in Time’ which followed its restoration.
Arley Arboretum is one of the oldest Arboretums in Great Britain.
Isle of Skye,
40 acres of exotic trees, shrubs and flowers in a stunning position with sea and mountain views
The gardens at Barnsdale were made famous by the late Geoff Hamilton of BBC Gardeners World.
Lovely gardens surround Beningbrough Hall this Grand Georgian Mansion built in 1716.
14 acres of stunning RHS partner gardens around a medieval Palace.
Bodenham Farm and Arboretum is set in a double valley covering 160 acres. The epicentre lies around the big pool and Visitor Centre.
Bramham Park is a great garden near Wetherby and has a French infuence, a great day out.
This 21st century garden will interest every visitor within its 8 acres - yew hedging and walls enclose magical garden rooms full of roses and herbaceous plants.
You must visit Brockworth Court near Gloucester. a historic house with a beautiful garden
Nestling in the shadow of the impressive Goatfell mountain, Brodick Castle boasts a particular fine example of a woodland garden.
If in Devon you must visit this beautifully landscaped ten acre garden created over the last forty years by Mary Benger.
This garden is situated at an altitude of 1,000 ft, the soil is thin wet peat over clay, the winters are harsh and the winds strong.
‘A Welsh Garden with a Dutch History’, Cae Hir is the creation of Dutchman Wil Akkermans who started off with 3 fields of rough farmland in 1983.
Cambo has a lovely walled garden with all year interest at Cambo Gardens. One of our favourite British Gardens and a must visit.
Landscape highlights at Cambridge Botanic Garden include the Winter Garden, the richly-fragranced Scented Garden, the buzzing Bee Borders.
Cawdor Castle is fortunate to have three gardens.
This secret Cotswold garden at Cerney House, high above the lovely Churn Valley is a very special and friendly place.
These gardens at Chirk Castle were created from William Emes' designs from the 18th century.
Explore the beautiful Colby Woodland Garden set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the finest Rhododendron and Azalea collections in Wales.
Cothay Manor Gardens deep in the Somerset Countryside are a real gem and should not be missed
Cragside is a great Victorian Garden with one of the largest rock gardens in Europe.
Argyll and Bute,
Crarae Gardens on the banks of Loch Fyne, on the west coast of Scotland.
Culzean is a garden lover's paradise.
Just two miles from Ullswater, the sheltered Dalemain House Gardens, are a haven of tranquillity. A must visit Garden
Deene Park gardens has long borders, old fashioned roses, specimen trees and pleasure walks, another great garden for you to visit
The walled garden at Dunninald Castle is planted with traditional mixed borders, vegetables, fruit trees and greenhouse.
An exceptionally interesting and enjoyable garden' (Noel Kingsbury, The Garden).
The formal garden at Englefield House was laid out in the 17th century and the terraces and stone staircases were built in 1860.