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Many of the Woodland Gardens in England, Scotland and Wales surround historic houses and formal gardens. Very often they are very family friendly with nature trails for Kids.
Most have a great selection of trees, and flowering shrubs.

You can find more Woodland Gardens by using our search facility at the top of this page.

Abbeywood Gardens in Cheshire

Abbeywood Gardens, near Northwich

Cheshire, The Rowlinson family have lived at Abbeywood since 1987, during which time they have made many improvements and additions to the gardens.

Abbotsbury Gardens

Abbotsbury Gardens, near Weymouth

Dorset, Superb sub tropical Abbotsbury Gardens set in beautiful coastal location close to Chesil Beach.

Aberglasney Gardens

Aberglasney Gardens, near Llangathen

Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ‘A Garden Lost in Time’ which followed its restoration.

Adlington Hall Gardens

Adlington Hall and Gardens, near Macclesfield

Cheshire, Adlington Hall and Garden is situated in the heart of Cheshire home to the same family, the Leghs for over 600 years

Antony Woodland Gardens

Antony Woodland Garden, Torpoint

Cornwall, Antony Woodland Gardens An International Camellia Garden of Excellence with a National Collection of Camellia Japonica

The pretty garden at Ard Daraich

Ard Daraich Gardens

Inverness-shire, Overlooking Ben Nevis and Glen Coe Ard Daraich is the former holiday home of Contance Spry set in 8 acres of Hill Garden with an important collection of Rhododendrons, Acers and other rare trees and shrubs.

Ardkinglas Woodland Garden

Ardkinglas Woodland Garden

Argyll and Bute, The Ardkinglas Garden is of interest to the plant enthusiast or those wanting a peaceful woodland walk - watch out for the red squirrels!

There is a pretty water garden at the Clan Donald Estate on the Isle of Skye

Armadale Castle, Garden and Museum the Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye, Clan Donald Skye has 40 acres of exotic trees, shrubs and flowers in its gardens.

Bedgebury Pinetum, Kent

Bedgebury National Pinetum, near Cranbrook

Kent, Open all year, Bedgebury is the perfect place to walk, cycle, ride or play in a spectacular world of trees.

Belton House Garden in Lincolnshire

Belton House and Garden, near Grantham

Lincolnshire, The Gardens at Belton House built in the late 1600s have been restored over recent years.

The Beth Chatto Garden, Colchester

Beth Chatto Garden, near Colchester

Essex, The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960 when the site was an overgrown wasteland between two farms.

Bodenham Arboretum and Garden, Worcestershire

Bodenham Arboretum and Visitor Centre, near Kidderminster

Worcestershire, Bodenham Farm and Arboretum is set in a double valley covering 160 acres. The epicentre lies around the big pool and Visitor Centre.

Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden, North Wales

Conwy, This is a great garden not to be missed. Bodnant Garden is perched above the River Conwy it has views across the valley to the Snowdonia National Park.

Bodrhyddan Garden Denbighshire

Bodrhyddan Garden, near Rhuddlan

Denbighshire, Bodrhyddan has been the home of the Conwy family since the early 15th century.

Bowood Rhododendron Garden

Bowood Rhododendron Gardens

Wiltshire, This Rhododendron Garden at Bowood House is extensive and has great displays of rhododendrons

Bramham Park Landscape Garden

Bramham Park and Garden, near Wetherby

Yorkshire, Bramham Park is a great garden near Wetherby and has a French infuence, a great day out.

Broadleas House Gardens, Devizes

Broadleas Garden, Devizes

Wiltshire, This delightful garden is best early on in the year as it is more like a Cornish Garden.

Bryans Ground Garden

Bryans Ground Garden, Stapleton (Nr. Presteigne)

Herefordshire, This superb garden has been developed since 1993 by David Wheeler and Simon Dorrell who are also well known for their publication 'Hortus'.

Burncoose Garden & Nursery

Burncoose Gardens and Nurseries, near Redruth

Cornwall, Great plant nursery with informal Spring displays of rhododendrons.

Gardens to visit in Devon at Burrows Farm

Burrow Farm Gardens, near Axminster

Devon, If in Devon you must visit this beautifully landscaped ten acre garden created over the last forty years by Mary Benger.

Burton Agnes Walled Garden

Burton Agnes Hall Garden, near Driffield

Yorkshire, Take a look at the beautiful garden at Burton Agnes Hall. A great day out for garden lovers

Caerhays Castle Garden

Caerhays Castle Gardens, near Truro

Cornwall, One of the finest places to see rhododendrons, magnolias, camellias. Castle open. A great visit.

Castle Fraser and Garden

Castle Fraser Garden, Inverurie

Aberdeenshire, Castle Fraser is one of the grandest castles of Mar and was built between 1575 and 1636 and is a wonderful place to visit.

Castle Kennedy and Garden, Scotland

Castle Kennedy and Gardens, near Stranraer

Wigtownshire, Do not miss this great garden at Castle Kennedy . Certainly a must visit.

Colby Woodland Gardens

Colby Woodland Gardens, near Tenby

Pembrokeshire, Explore the beautiful Colby Woodland Garden set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the finest Rhododendron and Azalea collections in Wales.

Sunbeams at Colonsay House Gardens

Colonsay House Garden

Argyll, The Colonsay House rhododendron and woodland garden is considered to be one of the finest rhododendron gardens in Scotland.

Constable Burton Hall Gardens

Constable Burton Hall Garden, near Leyburn

Yorkshire, Constable Burton Hall and its gardens are set in beautiful countryside at the entrance to Wensleydale

Cragside House and Gardens

Cragside House Gardens, near Morpeth

Northumberland, Cragside is a great Victorian Garden with one of the largest rock gardens in Europe.

Crathes Castle Garden

Crathes Castle and Gardens, Banchory

Aberdeenshire, Crathes Castle and Gardens are a real jewel of a place. The castle, gardens and setting combine to stunning effect.

The gardens at Dartington Hall

Dartington Hall Gardens, near Totnes

Totnes, A truly magnificent landscape garden most of which has been created in the 20th century, at the rear of Dartington Hall.

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