London and the South East
From sprawling countryside and bracing coastline, to ancient castles and stately homes, the South East has it all.
Places to visit
The best of the blossom to come later this spring...
Cherry blossom at Greys Court
The cherry blossom at Greys Court falls onto cobbled paths, specially designed to prevent the cherry blossom from being immediately trampled underfoot.
Frothy blossom at Nymans
The Wall Garden at Nymans is famous for its lavish displays of frothy blossom, camellias and spring bulbs.
Mottisfont's magnificent magnolia
Magnolia is not strictly blossom as it's not a fruit tree, but we're prepared to overlook the nuance. At Mottisfont, the magnolia creates a magnificent arch through to the north lawn.
Blossom at Scotney Castle
There's a tunnel of blossom leading through the garden towards the Old Castle at Scotney. These early flowering cherries frame the walk down to the castle ruins.