English Gardens

England is home to a wide variety of gardens, ranging from small, privately-owned gardens to large, publicly-accessible gardens with a wide range of features and plantings. Some of the notable gardens in England include:

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Located in southwest London, these gardens are home to a wide range of plants, including exotic species from around the world. The gardens include a conservatory, a lake, and a palm house.

The Chelsea Physic Garden: This garden, located in Chelsea, London, is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the UK. It is home to a wide range of medicinal and other plants.

The Eden Project: Located in Cornwall, this unique garden features a series of biomes containing plants from around the world, including rainforests, Mediterranean landscapes, and more.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan: Located in Cornwall, these gardens were rediscovered in the 1990s after being abandoned for decades. They feature a wide range of plantings, including formal gardens, a jungle garden, and a wildflower meadow.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden: These gardens, located in Kent, are known for their beautiful and varied plantings, including a white garden, a rose garden, and a water garden.

These are just a few examples of the many gardens that can be found throughout England. Many of these gardens are open to the public, and many offer guided tours or other educational programs. If you’re interested in exploring the gardens of England, you may want to consider one of our tours, which will give you access to many of the country’s most beautiful gardens and other historical properties.

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