From rose gardens to walled gardens and mazes to fountains and statues, some of our most historic and visited gardens need urgent repairs and conservation work. See where your help is needed most.
Restoration work is urgently required to the ornamental ponds at Hare Hill Garden. But there is a problem - the heavy machinery needed can’t access the wooded pond area and would cause too much damage to the garden
Will you help recreate an iconic statue collection that once defined this idyllic Buckinghamshire landscape, but was lost more than two centuries ago?
We're beginning a new project to conserve and restore the walled garden and pleasure grounds which are the last known masterpiece designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown
Melons? Grown in Shropshire? Are you sure? Find out how you can help save the features of Attingham's Walled Garden for future generations.
The Glendurgan maze is struggling to cope with all our visitors and we need to improve pathways and the health of the hedges so they can continue to delight visitors for generations to come.
We need your help to bring the stories behind to Seaton Delaval Hall, Stowe Gardens and Sutton Hoo to life, for generations to come
Support our big ambition to restore Studley Royal to the way it looked when it was first created and protect this 18th century garden from the continued threat of flooding
In the late 18th century, the Kitchen Garden provided the estate and surrounding area with vegetables, herbs and even tropical fruits from the glasshouses. We're currently working to restore the garden back to its 1930s arrangement and need your help.
Historic buildings damaged by damp. Coastlines hit by storms and erosion. Countryside and the nature that calls it home disappearing. The places we all love and the people protecting them need your support like never before
You've been helping us to restore Mount Stewart. But surrounding land we've recently acquired now needs our attention. Can you support this celebrated place a little more?
We have launched a fundraising campaign at Trelissick to replace the garden bridge, saving the only access to the woodland garden and Cornish apple orchard