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23a Perry Road
This extraordinary plantsman’s garden is open by appointment only. It includes a Japanese garden and follies, linked by gravel paths. There are gardens inside gardens with acers, pines and grasses, along with rare and unusual shrubs.
The Old Vicarage Westoning
A traditional two-acre vicarage garden on sandy soil with box and laurel hedges, a formal lawn and many mature shrubs and trees.
From the rose garden, the orchard flows down to the lake with wild flowers, birds and carp. Lovely views of the valley from the terrace at the top of the sunken garden. There is a formal garden from which you can look through two 'moon gates' towards a spinney. Following the path to a cobbled yard with box hedges and an old well leading to the vegetable garden. Teas in the barn and plenty of parking.
Fanhams Hall An Exclusive Venue
Visit this 27-acre estate, which features some beautiful and Japanese-designed gardens.
Four acres of garden set around a 16th century house and barns.
The Old Vicarage
One of two beautiful gardens open in Great Staughton on this day, this is a lovely family friendly garden.
A warm welcome and garden treats galore await our visitors. Join us for a leisurely walk, or ride around our lovely village.
Explore this garden of two parts including a walled garden and woodland.
A mature five-acre garden, beautifully restored and modernised to blend with the 17th Century Manor House.
Kingston Wood Manor
Beautiful mature garden with large lawns, topiary, mixed borders, specimen trees, an arbour and lime walk.
The gardens of Westfield Road offer delightful and contrasting experiences and are all within easy walking distance of each other.
Thundridge Hill House
Beautiful mature garden with stunning views of the Rib Valley.
Two acre garen created from scratch over the last 30 years.
The Old Rectory
Four acre garden full of colour and interest.
A late Victorian garden designed with mature trees, sweeping lawns and wonderful colour themed herbaceous borders. In the woodland area, walking towards the large pond, the outside of a disused ice house can be seen.
Seven acres of landscaped gardens with a vibrant 13-acre working farm.
Bayford Musical Gardens Day
Many wonderful gardens will be open in the lovely village of Bayford along with many attractions.
Letchworth Arts and Leisure Group
Be inspired by more than 20 gardens in the world's first Garden City, covering every aspect of gardening.
This beautiful, informal and peaceful country garden has a chalk steam and ‘child-safe’ kitchen garden.
Abbots Ripton Garden Show
Abbots Ripton Garden Show is set in the extensive grounds of the family home.
This Georgian house is set in parkland and includes a woodland area with ponds, a small orchard with fruit trees, and a formal walled garden.
Tranquil six-acre grounds surround an early 18th century Georgian House. Includes a one-acre formal garden in the style of Repton.
Turvey House and Gardens
The walled gardens have both flowers and vegetables and boast an ancient Mulberry tree. There is a Ha-ha around the front of the house and sweeping lawns with splendid views of the River Great Ouse.
This exceptional plantsman's garden, and other enclosed gardens, are set in 2 ½ acres.
North Mymms Park
Spectacular formal gardens in a stunning setting for the Jacobean Manor House.
The Abbots House
This garden is 1 ¾ acres in size, with 'rooms' that include a Mediterranean garden.
13 Seymour Road
This surburban house was built in the 1920s and has lovely gardens front and back planted for all year interest, colour and texture contrasts.
ClintonBaker Pinetum and University of Hertfordshire Observatory
The pinetum is a ten-acre site that comprises over 140 species of conifers from all over the world.
This former rectory sits in seven acres with large grass lawns, mature trees and fruit orchard and kitchen garden.
42 Falconer Road Bushey
A truly magical garden, featured on Alan Titchmarsh's Best of Back Gardens television programme.
Clare College Fellows Garden
One of the most famous gardens on the Cambridge backs, which includes a sunken pond garden and scented garden.
Kings College Fellows Garden
An example of a Victorian garden design.
Hopleys Garden and Nursery
Five acres of developing garden in a parkland setting.
A Tudor house set in five acres of beautiful landscaped gardens.
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