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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 early summer.
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.
Find out about the wide variety of plant life you can discover in the gardens, woodland and orchard at Lyveden.
Ever wondered what it takes to look after our gardens each season? We're going behind the scenes at Dyffryn, one of the most important gardens in the country to meet the gardening team and discover what it takes to look after our gardens over the autumn months.
We need to save the 180 year old maze to ensure its future for generations to come.
The garden has been an inspiration to all who lived at Lamb House, with the reopening of the house this June, find out about the work we've undertaken to help it flourish.
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.
Take a look at our chat with Garden Manager Paul Walton and find out the plans for the future of the garden.
Between 28 May and 5 June our gardens in North Wales are playing host to a festival of great events and activities.
Erddig’s apple festival began with an ambition to rescue and preserve old apple varieties. Now with 180 apple varieties, it’s fair to say that the event has grown to be a much bigger celebration of this humble fruit.
A map of the paths and sites around the garden.
The garden at Killerton changes through the seasons, but always has something to offer. Find out more about what to look out for on your visit.
Snowdrop mapper? Yes that's a real volunteer job at Kingston Lacy. Discover what it entails and how long we've been doing it here.
You won't find many plant labels at our special place - and some of the reasons might surprise you.
Restoring the Walled Garden means that we can save the rose garden and home of one of the oldest grape vines in the UK and Ireland, 'The White Syrian' planted in 1769.
Hidcote is famous for its lavender and looking after is an important task for the dedicated garden team.