Summer gardens in and around Shropshire and Staffordshire

Discover an abundance of colour as spring turns to summer in our delightful gardens. Take time out to come and explore these wonderful places close by.

cherry orchard in May

Summer at Biddulph Grange Garden 

The garden is in full bloom. Let the gardeners talk you through what to look out for. Paths, steps and tunnels lead from one to area to another in an intriguing journey of discovery

A gardner pushing a wheelbarrow in the Walled Garden at Attingham Park

Relax in Attingham's Walled Garden  

Potter around our lovingly restored walled garden and savour the sights and smells of fresh produce and flower borders. Pick up some fruit and veg to take home or sample seasonal produce in the tea-room.

spring in the walled garden

Re-imagining the Glasshouse at Shugborough 

Our Walled Garden is bright with colour when our dahlia glasshouse come into bloom. Take a look at all the work our team are doing to re-imagine this distinctive structure.

Summer garden view at Dudmaston

Garden and Pool 

Dudmaston's gardens delight all year round and have a twist with modern sculptures. Find out more about our plants and when to enjoy them at their best.

A view of the the top terrace at Powis Castle and Garden, Powys, Wales

Powis' multi-layered garden 

Explore a paradise in Wales. Dating back 300 years, our world-class gardens are steeped in history. Nowhere else will you experience such a theatrical mix of dramatic terraces, sophisticated flower borders, fantastical topiary and superb views.

The Conservatory and Rose Garden at Sunnycroft, Shropshire

An estate in miniature 

See what you can discover in Sunnycroft's garden, hidden in suburbia.

Looking down to the pools at Wightwick, with a backdrop of autumnal trees

Relax in the gardens at Wightwick Manor 

Pick up a guide from visitor reception and explore our beautiful gardens designed by celebrated landscape architect, Thomas Mawson.

The Knot Garden at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire.

The knot garden 

The history of the knot garden at Moseley Old Hall dates back to the 17th century. Take a look at the twists and turns of how it was created.