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What does it take to look after one of the most important historic gardens in the country? We’re back behind the scenes at Dyffryn in Wales to discover what the gardeners get up to in the early months of the new year.
In 1870, the 4th Earl inherited gardens left idle for 43 years. Determined to restore them, the 4th Earl documented the transformation in his diary.
Meet newly qualified gardener Liz Maynard who's just completed a two-year placement as part of our training programme for aspiring new gardeners.
The garden is in full bloom. Let the gardeners talk you through what to look out for. Paths, steps and tunnels lead from one to area to another in an intriguing journey of discovery
Jamie Harris, Polesden Lacey's Head Gardener, reveals why he left a career in TV to become a gardener for the National Trust.
Read about our work to restore the walled garden at Downhill Demesne and the new secret garden by Bishop's Gate
We're hoping to carry out long-term restoration of the historic maze at Glendurgan, but need your help to make it happen.
Do you have green fingers? Working with our expert gardeners to help make our gardens look magnificent is rewarding for any horticultural enthusiast.
The founder of Morris Motor Cars, Lord Nuffield, loved to relax in his garden. In its 1950s prime, the garden featured beautiful herbaceous borders, a pergola and a rock garden. Discover how we’re restoring it to its former glory.
The gardens and orchards around the moated manor house reflect over 600 years of history.
Check back here monthly for notes from our gardeners about the work that we're doing. In January the team are finishing the last of the winter pruning.
The gardens of Warwickshire offer something that will appeal to all.
The gardens at Clandon have been a canvas for two of the most influential garden designers in English history. Learn more about the landscape.
What do our gardeners do? What does it take to look after one of the most important historic gardens in the country? We’re back behind the scenes at Dyffryn in Wales to discover what the gardeners get up to at the height of summer.
What does it take to look after one of the most important historic gardens in the country? We’re back behind the scenes at Dyffryn in Wales to discover what the gardeners get up to in March and April.
When the National Trust took ownership of Hanbury Hall in 1953, the impressive George London gardens had long been swept away. In their place, was an open landscape surrounded by wider countryside, in the style of Capability Brown. Not a trace of the original garden remained but using London’s original 1705 plans, our dedicated team of gardeners have worked to recreate the stunning gardens you see today.
This month Jamie reveals some top tips for pruning climbing roses and wisteria, while also highlighting the best bits of the garden in January.