Discover all that the gardens in and around Shropshire and Staffordshire have to offer as they awake for spring.
See what has bloomed at Shugborough this spring
Spring at Wightwick Manor means budding plants in the Edwardian garden and a cherry tree in full bloom.
Bluebells are brightening up the parkland and our stunning Magnolia Liliflora is starting to bloom underneath the clocktower.
As the days get warmer and the evenings get lighter it’s a real joy to get outdoors and see our garden springing back into life. From March through to June you’ll be treated to a fantastic show of spring colour.
Discover the colours bursting around the site as our bluebells bloom and spring flowers fill the Walled Garden.
The garden awakens with daffodils, narcissus and more.
Let the gardeners talk you through what to look out for at Biddulph Grange each season. Currently we are enjoying the tender shoots and beautiful flowers of spring.
Would you like to explore a whole estate in an hour? The Sunnycroft garden allows you to do just that.
Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills are set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with numerous paths for walking, cycling and horse riding.
Explore the countryside and parkland around Shropshire on some of these great walks.
Gardens of all types can be found across Shropshire and Staffordshire, from formal walled gardens to open parkland.