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Our What’s On garden section is one of the most popular sections on our website for garden lovers for Open Gardens, and Winter Gardens you can visit all year round across the South and East of England.

Winter gardens are often created for winter interest which includes a wide range of flowering, scented shrubs full of autumn colour, and evergreen trees, grasses, and winter flowering bulbs.

Two Winter gardens that have really caught our attention for garden visitors and plant lovers are featured below.
University of Cambridge Botanic Garden, Cambridgeshire
This is likely to be the first specially created Winter garden dating back to 1979. You will see coloured stems, bark and foliage texture with winter flowers and fragrance which last until mid-spring. The garden looks at its best on a bright winter day!

Hillier Garden, Hampshire
The Hillier Garden near Winchester has one of the largest areas devoted to a Winter Garden and covers 4 acres. There are over 650 plants grouped together carefully in Island Borders, giving brilliant colours from November to March. The planting features a palette of bark, bold coloured stems, scent and foliage.
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Gardens to visit across the South and East of England

Gardens to visit in Bedfordshire

The Swiss Garden

Recently restored and is looking good, and the more formal gardens at Wrest Park have also undergone restoration. Website

Stockwood Discovery Centre gardens

Inspired by nine centuries of gardening history. Website
Woburn Abbey Garden

Splendid grounds and a Deer Park. Website

Wrest Park Garden

One of the most magnificent gardens in England, but one of the least well known. Website

Gardens to visit in Berkshire

The lovely county of Berkshire has several gardens to visit including gardens near Maidenhead, Reading and Henley. The adjoining counties of Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire will also spoil you for choice.

Basildon Park and Gardens

This beautiful Palladian mansion at Basildon Park and Gardens in a wonderful position above the River Thames was built in 1776-83. The formal gardens are limited, with borders around the house, and a small rose garden but the spectacular setting and the beautiful house makes this a good visit for those interested not only in gardens but historic houses. Website

Englefield House Garden

This garden must be one of the best kept secrets in Southern England and is one you should definitely put in your diary. It was originally created 400 years ago and since then there have been further additions.

Great Fosters Hotel Garden

Originally designed by W H Romaine Walker and Gilbert Jenkins, the gardens are amongst the finest Arts and Crafts gardens in Europe. Framed on three sides by a Saxon moat, the formal gardens at Great Fosters are both extensive and exceptional. Website

Highclere House and Gardens 

Highclere Castle and its garden was once home to Lord Canarvon who was famous for discovering the tomb of the Egyptian Boy Pharaoh. More recently it was used for the TV series Downtown Abbey. The Castle (more a grand house) is set within beautiful grounds and many of the species were brought back following his travels abroad. Website

The Savill Garden 

The Savill Garden is a garden to see in all seasons and a great day out. Website

Waltham Place Garden and Estate

Waltham Place Garden has often been described, as, “the best kept secret in Berkshire”, and that should arouse your curiosity to visit this hidden gem. Website

Gardens to visit in Leicestershire 

Garden for you to visit in Rutland, England’s smallest county and this is Barnsdale House which was once the home of Geoff Hamilton and BBC Gardeners World.

Barnsdale Garden

In 1984 Geoff Hamilton of BBC Gardeners World found a Victorian farmhouse with over 5 acres of land, ‘Barnsdale Garden’ was born! Website

Long Close Gardens 

These organic gardens are reminiscent of those books of childhood days about magic, secret places and never-ending summers. Website

Gardens to visit in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire in Eastern England is a great place for days out.

Belton Hall

There are also historic houses like Belton Hall which has a delightful Italian Garden. Website

Brightwater Gardens

These are one of the country’s youngest snowdrops and winter gardens. Website

Dodington Hall and Gardens 

They are great throughout the seasons. Website

Grimsthorpe Castle Gardens 

The formal flower and topiary garden leads imperceptibly into the woodland garden, and provides a fine setting for the ornamental vegetable garden and orchard, created in the 1960’s by the Countess of Ancaster and Peter Coates. Website

Gunby Hall Gardens

The walled gardens at Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire are the focal point with arched pergolas of fruit trees, herbaceous and cutting borders, roses and herb garden. The lawns of the house lead to a wild garden and shrubbery. Website
Gardens to visit in Buckinghamshire

Include historic houses and manor house with the more formal gardens such as Waddesdon Manor created by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1880s.

Ascott House and Garden 

Has terraced lawns with views across the Chilterns, impressive topiary. Website

Cliveden Gardens

Cliveden is a spectacular estate with great formal gardens and acres of woodland, and a Japanese water garden. Website

Hughenden Manor Garden

Formal bedding dating from the 1880s in the South Garden has been restored and the orchard re-created with 35 varieties of apple and 4 of pear. There are some unusual plants at Hughenden Manor including a Chimaera ‘Adamii’ woodland walks. Website
Stowe Landscape Garden 

This is the creation of the Temple family, Stowe has been described as “a work to wonder at” in its size, splendour and variety.  Many garden buildings at Stowe Landscape Garden have been beautifully restored and thousands of shrubs and trees have been planted in recent years. Website

Waddesdon Manor Gardens 

A special Rose Garden was created in 2000 and is planted with 600 roses supplied by David Austin Roses. There are many outstanding varieties with lovely scents. Website
West Wycombe Park

The village also belongs to The National Trust and once a year many of its cottage gardens open to the public. Website
Gardens to visit in Middlesex

Capel Manor Gardens

Capel Manor Gardens spans 30 acres and boasts 60 gardens, a zoo, restaurant and a maze! Website

Myddelton House Gardens

The Gardens at Myddleton House tell a compelling story about one of Britain’s most famous self-taught gardeners, artists and expert botanists – Edward Augustus Bowles. Website

Gardens to visit in Norfolk
Norfolk with its beautiful countryside, stunning coast, historic towns and villages also has a great selection of gardens to visit.

Bishop’s House Garden

It is a historic private 4 acre formal walled city centre garden that has belonged to the bishops of Norwich for over 900 years. Website

Blickling Hall Garden

Blickling Hall Garden has a Victorian sunken garden remodelled in the 1930s by Norah Lindsay, consisting of four herbaceous borders and yew topiary around a 17th century fountain. The garden also features a Doric Temple, orangery, formal wilderness garden with radial walks and Secret Garden. There is also a large park with lake and many attractive walks. Website

Bressingham Dell Garden 

The Summer Garden, The Winter Garden and The Fragrant Garden, create a total of 17 acres with 8,000 species and varieties of plants which blend and flow between sweeping grass pathways. Website

Elsing Hall garden

More than just roses with many other unusual plants . There is a moat and stewpond surrounded by many interesting plants. Website

The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden 

A great place to visit with the family with180 acres of beautiful ancient woodland, water gardens and a private broad at South Walsham in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Website

Felbrigg Hall and Garden

The walled Garden is a real gem and immaculately maintained. There is also a garden to the west of the house and there are estate walks where you can walk your dog amongst ancient trees and a lake. Website

Hindringham Hall Gardens

The Hall and surrounding pergolas are clad with roses, wisteria and clematis, and there are formal flower beds on the West Lawn which is separated from the Wild Garden by a Victorian Nut tunnel. Website

Houghton Hall Garden

An area of productive kitchen garden has been retained, with the larger part of the garden laid out as a series of ornamental gardens in various styles, and the rose garden is planted with nearly 150 varieties of both new and older roses. Website

Old Vicarage Garden

A wide range of half-hardy plants, giving the garden an exotic atmosphere. Website

The Millennium Garden at Pensthorpe Natural Park 

The Wave Garden was designed by Julie Toll former Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner, turning a corner of Pensthorpe into a spring and early summer garden. Website
Peter Beales Rose Garden 

A beautiful 3 acre garden. Website

The Plantation Garden

The beauty of Norwich’s Plantation Garden is a wonderful retreat in Norwich. Website
Sandringham House Gardens

Beautiful herbaceous borders, woodland and lakes with magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons covering over 60 acres. Website

Somerleyton Hall Gardens

One of Britain’s most well-preserved stately homes and gardens in the heart of the Broads National Park. Website

Gardens to visit in Cambridgeshire

Anglesey Abbey and Gardens

There are majestic tree lined avenues and walks which form the framework for hidden, more formal gardens such as the dahlia garden and a semi-circular herbaceous border. Lord Fairhaven’s impressive collection of statuary is positioned throughout the gardens. Website

Cambridge Botanic Garden 

An inspiration year-round, and an exciting introduction to the natural world for families. Website
Chippenham Park Garden

Sweeping seasonal displays of daffodils and snowdrops. Over 250 roses, grand-scale borders, wooded walks and winter-gardens around the ancient canals. A remarkable contemporary formal garden in the old kitchen garden has been recently added. Website

Elton Hall Gardens

The Hall dates from the late 15th century. Immaculately kept hedges of hornbeam and yew encompass four different areas, including the enchanting sunken lily pond surrounded with beds containing a number of specimen plants. The Edwardian rose garden has been transformed into a stunning herbaceous garden with a wisteria walk. Website
Fullers Mill Garden

An enchanting and tranquil waterside retreat spanning seven-acres. Website
The Manor Garden, Hemingford Grey

This moated house is surrounded by four acres of garden and is renowned for its collection of over 200 old roses and a collection of irises. Website
Peckover House Gardens

There are spacious lawns shaded by specimen trees including gingko, Chusan palm, Tulip tree and monkey puzzle. Website

Wimpole Hall and Gardens

There is a working Rare Breeds Farm, Woodland garden, lakes, Chinese Bridge and trails that give added interest to Wimpole. This is a great day out for the whole family. Website
Gardens to visit in Lancashire

Gresgarth Hall and Garden 

There are many different plants, shrubs and trees to see including many moisture loving plants, ferns, acers, lilacs as well azaleas and magnolias. Website

Rufford Old Hall and Gardens 

There are woodland areas with displays of rhododendrons and azaleas and some interesting topiary including 2 squirrels. The great Hall has a hammer-beam roof with superb Angels. Website
Gardens to visit in Hertfordshire 

There are also lovely gardens to visit in this county including some less well known gardens like Chenies Manor.

Benington Lordship Garden

In the walled kitchen garden, vegetables are still grown, alongside the growing collection of named snowdrop varieties – 200 to date. Website
Chenies Manor Garden

There are a variety of gardens influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, which include a Tudor-style sunken garden, a white garden, Victorian kitchen garden and 2 mazes. A display of over 20,000 tulips and other bulbs are on show in the Spring. Website

Elia Cottage Garden

A third of an acre garden reflecting the seasons. Website

Hatfield House Garden

Formal and wilderness gardens, delightful in spring with bluebells and daffodils, are open throughout the season.  Website

Knebworth House and Gardens

28 acres comprising a maze, the organically run walled kitchen garden, Herb Garden, Garden Rooms, Rose Garden, Fountains, Statues, and a Park. Website
Gotha garden 

Include a topiary garden, rose gardens (encompassing over 150 rose specimens), a woodland garden and tea lawn with cottage garden beds in the style of Gertrude Jekyll. Website
Gardens to visit in Essex

Home to one of the RHS gardens – Hyde Hall which can be visited any time of year.

Audley End House and Garden

Cultivated organically with something to see in every season ending with brilliant Autumn Colours. Website

Gibberd Garden

A highly individual creation, the glades, groves, pools and alleys provide settings for some 50 sculptures, large ceramic pots, architectural salvage, a gazebo and a moated castle. Website

Marks Hall Garden and Arboretum

This impressive Garden combines the best of contemporary and traditional design and includes both long established shrubs and interesting new plantings. The double border is the longest in East Anglia.
Beyond the Gardens and Arboretum, there are woodland walks where wildlife abounds, many species having survived on this site for hundreds of years. Website
RHS Hyde Hall Garden 

Gardens to visit in Suffolk 

Suffolk is a beautiful county bordering the sea and situated in the East of England.

Abbey Gardens

Magnificent formal gardens, the largest of which consists of a great circle filled with flower beds set in well-kept lawns; there are also the more secluded areas, such as the Old English Rose Garden, the Water Garden and the Blind Garden, where scent is everything. Website
Helmingham Hall Garden

Magnificent herbaceous and spring borders, wild flower garden, Herb and Knot garden, including large collection of old fashioned roses. Website
Ickworth House Park and Garden

The park contains some of the best examples of ancient specimen trees including oak, beech and hornbeam. Orangery with lemon trees. Interesting sculptures in Italian Garden.
Plenty here for all the family including family cycle route, woodland walks and play area. Website

Kentwell Hall Gardens

One of Suffolk’s hidden gems, includes a formal walled garden with glorious borders providing seasonal displays of colour, the wildlife meadows and the Pied Piper Topiary hedge.
Whilst the magnificent Cedar and Yew Trees provide a lovely backdrop, and a children’s outdoor play area, including some “brain games” and obstacle course. Website

Somerleyton Hall and Gardens

Step back in time with a visit to one of Britain’s most well-preserved stately homes and gardens in the heart of the Broads National Park. Website

The East Bergholt Place Gardens

Set in 20 acres around a valley with a small stream and pool. Website

Gardens to visit in Hampshire

Exbury Gardens

A spectacular collection of woodland, herbaceous, contemporary, formal and wildflower gardens. Website

Furzey Garden 

See the extensive collections of azaleas and rhododendrons, the strange Bottle Brush tree and flaming Chilean Fire trees. Website

Gilbert House and Garden 

5 acres of restored gardens, with something spectacular to see each season. Website

Hillier Garden 

The garden is beautiful at any time of the year. Website

Hinton Ampner House Garden

12 acres of excellent topiary as well as colourful borders in pastel shades. Scented plants and terraces. Website

Houghton Lodge Gardens

Idyllically set above the tranquil waters of the River Test with water meadows with glorious gardens sheltered by beautiful trees and swathes of lawn sweeping down to the River Test. Website

Knoll Garden’s

Meadow-style drifts merge almost seamlessly across its 4-acre garden, providing an abundance of practical planting ideas in an inspirational environment that also offers a haven for rest and relaxation. Website

Mottisfont Abbey Gardens set within a walled garden.  
Fabulous scents from old fashioned roses trail walls, pergolas, arches and abound everywhere. Other plants intermingle giving a fantastic picture of intense colours. Website

The Manor House Garden – Jekyll

Four and a half acres of the most beautiful gardens. Website

The Vyne and Garden

Attractive gardens and grounds featuring an ornamental lake, one of the earliest summerhouses in England and woodland walks. Website

West Green House Gardens

A charming walled garden with many different borders containing different types of plants from vegetables to roses separated by gravel paths. Website

Woolbeding Gardens 

National Trust, a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting, sensational views and a whole host of surprises. Website

Gardens to visit in Sussex

Sussex is a wonderful county to visit gardens.
Alfriston Clergy House

A delightful small garden run by the National Trust. Website

Arundel Castle and Gardens
A historic Castle and beautiful gardens to take your breath away. Website

Batemans House and Garden

Spring borders and riverside walk to the Mill House, edged with cherries, wild flowers and spring bulbs.
More formal borders with roses and a Mulberry Garden. Website

Borde Hill Gardens 

Borde Hill Gardens are based in the beautiful county of Sussex is situated in 200 acres of listed parkland and woodland, and are splendid in every season. Website

Charleston Garden, near Lewes

It’s walled garden is quintessentially a painters’ garden, mixing Mediterranean influences with cottage garden planting. Website

Denmans Garden

Converted from market garden to ornamental garden. Website

Driftwood Garden, Sleaford

A very small but special garden at just 112ft by 40ft. Website

Follers Manor Garden 
A Modern Garden. Website
Great Dixter House & Gardens


Herstmonceux Castle & Grounds

Embodies the history of Medieval England your enchantment begins with your first sight of the castle as it breaks into view.Visitors are invited to walk around our beautiful Elizabethan walled gardens and the many woodland trails, leading to delightful discoveries such as our Rhododendron Gardens, Rose Garden and Herb Garden. Website

Hever Castle & Gardens


High Beeches Gardens

A 27 acres of tranquil and enchanting woodland and water gardens. Website

Highdown Gardens


Leonardslee Gardens

Set in 240-acres of woodland in Sussex. Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens described as ‘The Finest Woodland Gardens in England.’First planted in 1801. Website

Merriments Gardens

Tucked behind tall hedges, Merriments 4-acre RHS Partner Garden is a hidden treasure for garden lovers.

Priory Garden

A hidden gem in the heart of the Sussex Countryside with beautiful gardens, events and exhibitions throughout the year. Website

Nymans Garden

One of the finest gardens in England. Website

Parham Gardens

There are two gardens at Parham House – the 18th century Pleasure Grounds, seven acres of rolling lawns, a lake, specimen trees, some swings and fine garden statuary – and the magnificent four-acre walled garden with a 1920s Wendy House and an orchard, abundantly-stocked greenhouse, herb and vegetable gardens, and borders of Edwardian opulence. Website

Pashley Manor Gardens

Covers 11 acres with a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds, with interest and colour throughout the year. Website

Sheffield Park

A great landscaped garden in Sussex created in the 18th century. Website

St Mary’s Bramber Gardens

Small and enchanting including amusing animal topiary, a living fossil tree, the ivy-clad ‘Monks’ Walk’, floral borders and water features. Website

Standen House Garden

A gardens and historic plant collection. Website

Sussex Prairie Garden

Approx 6 acres planted in a naturalistic style using 30,000 plants of 600 different varieties. Website

Wakehurst Garden

A wild botanic garden situated in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ on the High Weald of Sussex. Website

Gardens in West Sussex

West Dean Gardens

Beautifully dressed with clematis, roses and wisteria with under plantings including day lilies, ferns, lamium and geraniums. Website

Woolbeding Gardens in Midhurst Sussex

Close to the Surrey/Hampshire Borders, a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting, sensational views and a whole host of surprises. Website

Gardens to visit in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire has a good selection of historic houses open to the public and gardens that you can visit, including the well known Oxford University Botanic Garden which houses a vast plant collection.

Blenheim Palace Garden

An unforgettable experience. Website

Broughton Castle Gardens

The garden at Broughton Castle near Banbury is surrounded by a three acre moat. It consists of a number of long mixed shrub, rose and herbaceous borders together with a walled formal garden. Website

Broughton Grange Garden

The gardens at Broughton Grange are one of the finest garden creations of the 21st century. The centrepiece is an impressive three-terraced walled garden. Website

Buscot Park Gardens

The grounds comprise of woodland walks, 3 ornamental lakes and pleasure grounds. Website

Friars Court and Garden

An imposing 17th century farmhouse with 3 acres of gardens enclosed within the remaining arms of a 16th century moat. Website

Kelmscott Manor Gardens


Kingston Bagpuize House and Garden

An impressive collection of trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs giving year round interest including snowdrops and magnolias in spring, summer flowering trees and shrubs and autumn colour. Visitors can enjoy the formal garden and terrace walk by the house, the woodland garden, shrub border as well as the parks and adjacent copses. Website

The Oxford University Botanic Garden

One of the oldest botanic gardens in the world dating from 1621. It is a truly remarkable place with one of the finest collections of plants in the world. It is in a beautiful situation next to the River Cherwell in the University Area of the City. Website

Rousham House Garden

It is one of the few gardens from this time which remain largely unaltered.There are many features such as the ponds and cascades in Venus Vale, the Cold Bath and seven arched Praeneste which you can see. These originally delighted visitors in the 18th century.The large walled gardens are also superb with a long double herbaceous borders spilling onto the paths,  a pool and of course vegetables. Website

Stonor Park and garden

Surrounded by a wooded deer park in a valley in the Chiltern Hills. Website

Sulgrave Manor and Garden

Formal arts and craft style gardens including fine lawns, attractive herbaceous and mixed borders with informal cottage style planting, a romantic wildflower orchard with historic fruit trees, herb garden, topiary, a tudor vegetable garden and family area all set amongst a beautiful and tranquil rural landscape. Website

Thenford Arboretum and Gardens

The arboretum is now spread out over seventy acres, features a collection of more than three thousand different trees and shrubs, together with extensive herbaceous borders, water gardens, an alpine trough garden, a sculpture garden, a rose garden and a rill. Website

Upton House and Garden

The terrace has a large kitchen garden which mirrors how the garden would have looked in the 18th century. Double herbaceous borders run down to the pool and two small formal gardens one of which is a yew enclosed rose garden. There is a yew walk and an interesting 1930s water garden. Website

Waterperry Gardens

One of the country’s most beautiful purely herbaceous borders, formal knot and rose gardens, spectacular white and lavender wisteria arch, water lily canal, alpine garden and riverside walk. Website

Gardens to visit in Kent

Known as the Garden of England

Chartwell House and Garden

This garden has much to see including a golden rose walk created in 1958, within a walled garden, with vegetables and sweet peas, which has been recently restored. The ornamental design reflects the taste of Lady Churchill as does the planting including the walled rose garden, where clematis intermingle with the roses.Daffodils, camellias and magnolias give a good spring display. This is a great day out and it is worth paying extra to see the house where Winston Churchill lived. Website

Doddington Place Gardens

The Gardens at Doddington Place consist of 10 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens – a perfect place to enjoy a relaxing day.With a notable woodland garden which is spectacular in May and June, bursting with colour from azaleas and rhododendrons, an Edwardian rock garden and sunken garden. Website

Emmetts Garden

There are many rare and exotic plants and in Spring there are great displays of daffodils, bluebells, camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons.The garden is set up high in the Kent Weald with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, and in the summer there is splendid rose garden. Website

Godinton House

Has twelve acres of tranquil gardens, and surrounded by mature parkland. Website

Goodnestone Park Gardens

The Garden is open most of the year including early February for snowdrops. 7 acres, comprising many beautiful and rare shrubs, perennials and other hardy and half hardy plants, a plantsman’s haven. Website

Hever Castle and Gardens

The Gardens at Hever Castle, near Edenbridge have matured with something to see for most of the year, you can stroll through formal gardens including the majestic Italian Garden which houses statuary and sculpture dating from Roman times – much larger than you could imagine, extending to approx 4 acres, and a Tudor Herb Garden. Website

Ightham Mote and Garden

The cottage style gardens at Ightham Mote features long borders of traditional flowers such as sweet williams, campanulas and pinks. Vegetables are interplanted with herbs. There is a lovely walled orchard with apple trees dating back to the 13th century. The garden has more informal areas with bluebells, shrubs, rhododendrons and exotic trees. Website

Leeds Castle Gardens

Set amongst 500 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens Leeds Castle and Gardens is one of the best places to visit in the South of England region. The Wood Garden alongside the River Len is a particularly lovely way to approach the Castle. Its carpet of Daffodils, Narcissi and Anemones presents a vibrant burst of colour. Later in May, the visitor is treated to the splendour of Azaleas and Rhododendrons.The Culpeper Garden was redesigned by Russell Page  the famous Garden Designer in 1980. With its informal layout and low box hedges as a border this very English garden features Roses, Lupins, Poppies and Lads’ Love, with exotic blooms mixed in to create a profusion of colour and scent. Website

Penshurst Place Garden

Set in magnificent Elizabethan Gardens surrounded by 2,500 acres of Kent countryside, offering an abundance of variety in form, foliage and bloom throughout the year. Website

Scotney Castle Gardens

The gardens at Scotney Castle have spectacular displays of Rhododendrons, azaleas and Kalmia. Wisteria and rambling roses cover the ruins in Summer and trees and ferns provide rich autumn colours. Good walks in the grounds with wonderful viewpoints, covering over 700 acres. Website

Sissinghurst Garden

This is a must visit for the garden lover! Website

Walmer Castle and Garden

Created for the late HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Penelope Hobhouse redesigned part of the garden to celebrate the late Queen Mothers 95th birthday. This features a herbaceous border alongside a canal.There is a 100 metre long broad-walk in the ornamental area with beautiful herbaceous borders, and a Kitchen Garden with fruit trees, greenhouse and cut flowers garden. It also has a splendid Moat garden and woodland walk. Website

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