The gardens in the South West are starting to show signs of spring and as temperatures start to rise they're a great place to get outdoors and get some fresh air.
At Barrington Court, Somerset, you'll find old orchards filled with blossom.
Follow the family-friendly trail and enjoy the best blooms this spring.
As spring bursts into life, find out about all of the seasonal things to do at Coleton Fishacre.
Camellias, daffodils, primroses, magnolias and more are out in flower in the valley garden.
From March onwards the garden at Trengwainton builds to a crescendo of colour from the magnolias, rhododendrons, azaleas and stream border.
You can make the most of the rejuvenating colours and scents of spring in Montacute’s glorious garden.
These secret spots in Greenway garden are off the beaten track and surrounded by spring flowers; perfect if you're looking for some peace and tranquillity this spring.
Spring in the garden is full of life and nature. The snowdrops give way to swathes of daffodils and soon there will be wild garlic to pick.
As you wander through the garden this spring, there are lots of spring bulbs to enjoy, and later in the season there’ll be burst of colour appearing from rhododendrons and azaleas to enjoy.
Spring has arrived after a long and hard winter. A walk around the garden will fill you with eagerness for the bursts of colour that will soon be appearing.
You'll find colour and beauty in Cotehele garden in all seasons, as different areas take turns to shine as the year progresses.
As the weather warms up and the days start to get longer, why not take a wander around the garden at Kingston Lacy? With an abundance of new life and colour emerging, make the most of getting outside this spring.
Tulips have long graced the formal West Garden at Dyrham Park and prove the highlight of a spring visit.
It's the perfect time of year for a picnics on the garden's lawns surrounded by brilliant hues in the flower beds. Enjoy bright bursts of colour and the stunning maritime views.