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Our Rose Garden includes over 900 repeat flowering roses in shades of red, orange and yellow. Reinstated in 2014 based on a 1950s design by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, they bloom from late May until September.
Explore the Rose Garden at Basildon Park; a garden created by the Iliffes, and now being lovingly restored by our team. Don't forget to head to the Stableyard shop to find some roses of your own to take home.
Designed in an Italianate style, the formal garden features terraces, perfect lawns, classical statuary and a parterre full of vibrant colour. The walled garden and pleasure grounds offer a more relaxed space for a gentle walk.
Butterflies are perhaps our best-loved insects; bright, colourful emblems of warmth and sunshine. Why not see for yourself and enjoy a stroll in the sunshine at one of our brilliant butterfly spots across the Thames and Chilterns?
Gardens are blazing with colour around Oxfordshire. This year there's pastel planting at Waddesdon and splashy peonies and damask roses to see in the walled gardens of Greys Court, The sweet peas are fragrant and the blue delphiniums are striking in the herbaceous borders at Basildon Park. And over at Chastleton the kitchen garden has a lovely cottage feel alongside the formal topiary in the Best Garden.