Located in the Essex countryside, just outside Chelmsford, this peaceful garden is a perfect destination for a day out in the East of England. Hyde Hall has inspirational horticultural styles that provides year round interest and colour.
A weekend-long celebration of the natural beauty of wood, with fun activities including artisan woodcrafts, tree listening, archery and bushcraft demonstrations.
West Dean Garden
West Dean Gardens is situated in the South Downs National Park near Chichester in West Sussex and offers a great day out for the casual, amateur or professional gardener.
The Cambridge University Botanic Garden is a botanical garden located in Cambridge, associated with the university Department of Plant Sciences.
2018 Summer Show
The Big Show and IFHS event of the year! Flowers, vegetables, handicraft, art and photography with frogs galore in the show marquee, plus side stalls, arena events and refreshments.
These gardens were created by award-winning gardener, author and lecturer Beth Chatto, who won 10 gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show, in 10 consecutive years! Beth Chatto is an inspiration to gardeners and has a renowned nursery and stock over 2000 varieties of plants, many propagated from plants in the Gardens.
These gardens, now visited by thousands of people every year, were once the exclusive playground of kings and queens. New ideas and designs arrived with each new era, from the Tudors through to the Victorians.
Kew Gardens is a botanical garden in southwest London that houses the "largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world". Founded in 1840, from the exotic garden at Kew Park in Middlesex, England, its living collections include more than 30,000 different kinds of plants.
Wisley is the flagship garden of the RHS and one of the UK’s most visited and best-loved gardens, attracting around one million visitors each year.