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A view of spring colour in the gardens at Packwood, Warwickshire
There's lots of colourful planting in the spring borders | © John Bayley

Gardens in Warwickshire

Our gardens in Warwickshire are bursting with the colours of summer. You'll find peaceful walks, colourful borders and wildlife at the National Trust gardens near you.

Top summer gardens in Warwickshire

A gateway is framed by rambling roses in the garden at Packwood, Warwickshire

The garden at Packwood 

Explore Packwood’s garden and its seasonal delights. Flamboyant flower borders in a ‘mingled’ style, magnificent yew trees and a bountiful kitchen garden all wait to be discovered.

A view of the rose garden at Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire, in early summer

The garden at Baddesley Clinton 

Wander round the walled garden, courtyard and orchard that make up the garden here at Baddesley Clinton.

A wide shot of a few cedar of Lebanon trees bordering the lawn at Upton House, Warwickshire

Visiting the garden at Upton 

Visit Upton's historic garden and marvel at the view that unfolds in front of you. Discover the Mirror Pool and enjoy the late spring and early summer blooms.

A man walks around a low hedge that forms part of a decorative pattern of planting as early spring leaves begin to unfurl on a tree behind him, infront of the Tudor house.

The garden at Charlecote Park 

There are lots of seasonal highlights to discover in the garden at Charlecote, including a formal riverside parterre, shaded woodland garden and a Victorian summerhouse.

Early summer in the Walled Garden at Coughton Court, Warwickshire

Explore the garden at Coughton Court 

The Throckmorton family created and manages the award-winning garden at Coughton. Highlights include the walled garden, lake, knot garden, vegetable garden, orchard and bog garden.

Family in the natural play area at Rowallane Garden, County Down, Northern Ireland

Discover more in Warwickshire

Rolling countryside, riverside walks and landscapes developed by Capability Brown, plus houses filled with history and a 14th-century dovecote.