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Autumn is always full of spectacular reds, yellows and ambers. Here are a few ideas of places to discover some of the last bits of autumn colour in a garden near Plymouth.
This year, the Wallington gardening team are opening the doors to the garden in a new and different way by sharing the everyday goings on through diary entries.
The award winning garden designer Andy Sturgeon is working with the National Trust to help revitalise the gardens at Beningbrough with a long term vision.
This is a very special time of the year at Hidcote, find out how to experience and enjoy the best it has to offer.
Discover what’s been happening at Colby Woodland Garden this March as gardener Christine Bevan shares an insight into the work.
Gardener Christine Bevan shares top tips for your visit to Colby Woodland Garden and a glimpse into what her role involves.
Between 28 May and 5 June our gardens in North Wales are playing host to a festival of great events and activities.
A map of the paths and sites around The Weir Garden.
It seems that the gardens here at The Argory have occupied a special place in the hearts of everyone who has ever spent any time in them. None more so than Lady Bond, who wrote :'Looking up at the house, over beautiful patches of colour, was such a picture.'
Belton was designed to impress, and the gardens reflect the formality of the late seventeenth-century in keeping with the period of the mansion. Home to a herd of around 300 fallow deer, Belton’s park covers over 1300 acres of land. Belton’s grounds are a rich natural habitat waiting to be explored.
A vision from Venice nestled in a pocket of Dorset. Read about Kingston Lacy’s most influential owner who made it the special place you see today.
As the weather warms up the garden at Kingston Lacy springs into life. Enjoy an abundance of colour with the emergence of over 20,000 bulbs at this special time of year.
Find out all about our day-to-day work in the garden, including ongoing conservation projects.
Killerton includes 6,400 acres of historic estate, a Georgian house, it's collections, two chapels and three satellite properties. Find out more about the work going to care these special places.
Ian Wright, our garden consultant in the south west, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Associate of Honour’ from the RHS.
Many people think that winter is a quiet time for gardens and gardeners. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Download or listen to episodes from our podcast series that explore our most important historic gardens and meet the staff and volunteers who care for them.