Gardens and parks in and around Berkshire

Gardens are blazing with colour around Berkshire. This year the sweet peas are fragrant and the blue delphiniums are striking in the herbaceous borders at Basildon Park and the wild flower meadow is divine at The Vyne. There are splashy peonies and damask roses to see in the walled gardens of Greys Court and stunning colour-block planting in Cliveden's Long Garden.

Roses in Basildon Park garden

Basildon Park 

Explore the Rose Garden at Basildon Park; a garden created by the Iliffes, and now being lovingly restored by the team at Basildon Park.

Cliveden's Rose Garden


Cliveden's Rose Garden includes over 900 repeat flowering roses in shades of red, orange and yellow that bloom from late June until September.

Summer in the garden at Greys Court

Greys Court 

The walled garden is bursting with life in the summer months. With produce from the kitchen garden being harvested, and many summer flowers blooming, there's lots to take in as you wander round.

A view of the lake in summer at The Vyne.

The Vyne 

Swaying wildflowers, traditionally cultivated hops and burgeoning dahlias are just some of the horticultural highlights to look out for this season. Get ready to discover the delights of the walled garden before venturing up the Lime Avenue to see the beds of the summerhouse garden exploding with colour.