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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.
Wake up from winter and discover spring in the beautiful gardens at Tyntesfield in Somerset, a remarkable Victorian estate, little changed in 150 years. Follow the gardens team behind-the-scenes over the course of a gardening year.
Join us for our month-long harvest celebration with a bumper crop of apple-themed activities for all the family.
Between 28 May and 5 June our gardens in North Wales are playing host to a festival of great events and activities.
Our garden volunteers might be at home but that doesn't mean the gardening has stopped. Check out what this green-thumbed group have got up to.
This week Jesse talks about how the Hall's changing exhibitions are shaping the Community Garden and its design.
The Red House garden design was as important to William Morris as the house, working together in harmony. Through the years, some of the design has been lost but the garden has still blossomed. This is the history of the Red House garden.
How does a community garden survive when the gates close due to a worldwide pandemic? In this first installment, Jesse Lock gives an update on the Garden since the closure.
Discover the life of Graham Thomas, the man who saved and restored many National Trust gardens and created one of the most celebrated rose gardens in the world.
Discover how William Morris was inspired by nature.
Whether you're looking for family adventures indoors and out, or a chance to relax in the colourful gardens, make memories to cherish at Wakefield's treasure house this summer.
The nearly three acre Gardens at Rainham Hall provides an oasis of urban green space for visitors to enjoy for free all year round.
With nearly 300 years of history to be inspired by, the Gardens are constantly evolving, thanks to our staff and volunteers.
There’s nothing quite like taking a stroll through a beautiful garden at this time of year, and Rufford Old Hall has everything from a formal garden and wild woodland to peaceful canal-side paths.
Gardens need love and care in all seasons. Although many plants are dormant in winter, some of the biggest works happen during the closed season at Woolbeding to ensure the garden is in tip-top condition for opening again in 2020. Johanna Craig, Assistant Head Gardener at Woolbeding Gardens, shares what’s happening behind the scenes over the cold winter months.
The fashion for greening our interiors and filling them with plants and natural fragrances is nothing new. Discover the history of houseplants through objects in our collections and in National Trust houses and gardens across the country.
Book on to one of our gardeners' workshops and spend time with our gardeners learning tips and techniques that you can apply to your own garden at home.
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.