Discover a variety of gardens and parks in Kent, from the garden rooms of formal gardens, to rose gardens created by Prime Ministers' wives and exotic plant collections.
Lord Sackville’s stunning private garden is open to visitors every Tuesday from 4 April until 26 September. Explore the walled garden, the wilderness area and a medieval orchard.
With traditional beds and borders, Scotney Castle is best described as a landscape garden with many unique features including a glade and naturalistic planting.
With its vibrant planting schemes and architectural planning, the garden at Sissinghurst is among the most famous gardens in England.
Explore the garden at Chartwell in Kent with its home-grown produce in the kitchen garden, rose walk, lakes and so much more. Why not join one of our garden tours too?
One of the original 'open' gardens in the National Garden Scheme, the gardens at Ightham Mote have been welcoming visitors to their different 'rooms', rather than an overall grand scheme.
A plantman’s paradise full of exotic specimens, a family garden and an idyllic place to relax or play - Emmetts Garden is all of this. It has some of the best views and displays of spring flowers in the county.
We've gardens set in medieval ruins, water gardens and much more to enjoy in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.
Tired of busy city living? Visit our small urban gardens in the heart of the city for a lunch-break, or our vast parks for weekend picnics, walks and cycle rides.
Surrey boasts our only arboretum, landscape gardens fit for a princess and plenty of spots for picnics. There's a variety of gardens and parks to enjoy.