It's time for harvest in the kitchen gardens we care for. They're full of delicious fruits, vegetables and the all important pumpkins ready for Hallowe'en.
Once a busy centre for growing fruit and vegetables for the family, the kitchen garden fell into decline after the Second World War. See how it's used today and find out more about the orangery.
Take a walk through the historic Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park this Summer. Admire the herbaceous borders and take in the scents of the soft fruits flourishing throughout.
A sheltered haven, Longshaw kitchen garden is little known, much loved and great for butterflies and bees!
Discover more about the history of Packwood's beautiful kitchen garden.
Upton’s garden team have joined in the wartime spirit with dig for victory planting throughout the gardens. Potato Pete and Dr Carrot proclaimed the benefit and we shall plant them!
Autumn is a spectacular time of year in the great outdoors we look after, as the leaves change colour, fruits are ready to harvest and borders bloom.
We care for a variety of orangeries, conservatories and glasshouses at the places we look after. Find out about these interesting and varied structures.
With the help of Cotswold Outdoor we've pulled together a selection of some of the best walks to be enjoyed across the Midlands