Parks & gardens: Hants, Berks and Isle of Wight
Discover the variety of gardens and parks that we look after in Berkshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight - from world class rose gardens to the most comfortable spot for a picnic. Take a look at our highlights below...
With plenty of space to picnic and the River Test running through it, Mottisfont is an ideal location to escape to or play at.
With a winter garden, 60,000 spring bulbs, summer borders and a renowned rose collection, it’s colourful all year round. If you're a secret tree-hugger, look out for the very special spreading plane trees.
The attractive garden at The Vyne features an ornamental lake and a summer house. If veg is more your bag, be sure to see the productive walled garden. There are also herbaceous boarders, roses and wisteria for plenty of colour.
There's plenty of space to picnic on the lawn or to follow a trail through the park at Basildon. From formal flower beds and statues, to relaxing leafy pleasure grounds and ever-changing parkland, there's a bit of everything here.
Widely acknowledged as a masterpiece of 20th-century garden design, Hinton Ampner mixes formal and informal planting with inspiring views of the South Downs. You can also see and sample the produce grown in the walled garden.
The magical hillside garden at Mottistone Manor is full of surprises and informality - with hidden pathways, colourful flowers beds, a young olive grove, a small organic kitchen garden and a traditional tea garden.