Gardens in the East of England
Are you a garden lover? Whatever the season, there's something to enjoy when you explore the gardens in the East of England. We've got rose gardens, formal gardens, walled gardens, kitchen gardens and wildflower meadows to choose from, as well as some top tips from our gardening teams that you might like to try at home.
Embrace the season with a refreshing walk in a frosty winter garden. Discover bright winter berries and late-flowering shrubs then cosy up in one of our tea-rooms with some delicious winter warmers.
A cheerful sight on a woodland walk, riverside ramble or garden stroll, snowdrops are a welcome sign that spring is on the way. Here are some of the best places to go snowdrop spotting in the East of England.
The gardens we care for are constantly changing. Enjoy the last of the summer colour and our vibrant autumn highlights.
It’s easy to see why the rose remains the nation’s favourite flower. Here's a selection of special rose gardens in the East of England that you'll smell before you see their beauty.
Enjoy a wander around some rather special gardens in bloom this summer, with striking colours, scents and relaxing spaces to take in the view and floral displays.
Flower rich meadows and grasslands alive with butterflies and bees are less common than they were, but can still be found if you know where to look. We're working hard to protect, conserve and restore them in the East of England.
As spring fades and summer arrives, the floral displays continue to create a mixture of colour and scent that will put your senses into overdrive. Here are our recommendations for gardens to visit during May and June.
We’re lucky to have so many places in the East that showcase the very best of springtime blooms. As we head through the season, don't miss the heady scent of hyacinths, tulip displays grown for a colourful impact and blossom that creates nature's own confetti.
In our increasingly technology driven lives it can be refreshing to switch off from today’s noisy world. So here are some tranquil gardens and quiet spaces to escape for a little while.
The East of England has its fair share of bluebells during the spring months. Blickling Estate in Norfolk is in fact one of the top spots in the country to see carpets of the blue flowers.
Blossom is a sure sign that spring has arrived! Nature's own confetti, nothing lifts the spirits quite like the beauty of pink or white petals adorning trees in the springtime.
Known as the heralds of spring, daffodils are flowering earlier this year due to the mild weather we experienced in February. Discover the best places to see them around the region, as they create carpets of yellow that will surely bring a smile to your face.