Gardens in The West Country.

Eden Project
This Living Theatre of Plants and People is a vibrant reminder of our place in nature and is a living demonstration of regeneration.
Abbotsbury Sub Tropical Gardens
The Garden is now a mixture of formal and informal, with charming walled garden walks and spectacular woodland valley views.
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum
Nestling in the thickly wooded valley of the River Yeo lies the 1125ha (2700 acre) Arlington Court estate. At its centre stands the intimate and intriguing home of Miss Rosalie Chichester.
Athelhampton House and Gardens
Considered one of the finest 15th century houses in England, Athelhampton delights visitors with its superbly furnished rooms. The gardens, dating from 1891, are full of vistas and gain much from the fountains and River Piddle flowing through.
Bosvigo
Beautiful gardens with rare and unusual plants and a small, specialist nursery.
Buckland Abbey
Buckland was originally a small but influential Cistercian monastery. The house, incorporating the remains of the 13th-century abbey church, has rich associations with Sir Francis Drake and his seafaring rival, Sir Richard Grenville.
Caerhays Castle Gardens
New plants are being tried out all the time at Caerhays which has now been designated as holders of a National Collection of Magnolias by the NCCPG.
Docton Mill
Situated only 1,400 yards from the famous Spekes Mill Mouth Coastal Waterfall, the garden at Docton Mill was created in 1980 around the existing river, waterways, leats and ponds.
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
These internationally famous Grade 1 listed gardens were the inspiration of Margery Fish who was the undisputed 'Leading Lady of Gardening' from the 1950's until her death in 1969.
Escot Gardens, Maze & Forest Adventure
Award-winning Escot is set in 220 acres of stunning private parkland in the heart of East Devon.
Forde Abbey and Gardens
Founded in 1146, Forde Abbey was one of the most significant Cistercian monasteries in England during the four centuries that separated the reign of King Stephen from the Reformation.
Fyne Court
Fyne Court was the home of the Crosse family from the day of its founding until being handed over to The National Trust in 1967.
Glendurgan Gardens
Glendurgan Gardens is one of the great sub-tropical gardens which can be found scattered throughout the mild South West of England.
Hartland Abbey and Gardens
Hartland Abbey was founded in 1157 in a narrow, wandering valley running inland from the Atlantic coast. It was dissolved in 1539 having survived longer than any monastery in the country.
Horn Park Gardens
The large and beautiful gardens, in a unique position and with magnificent views to the sea, surround the house built in 1911 by a pupil of Lutyens.
Lamorran House Gardens
The gardens at Lamorran House are situated on the Roseland Peninsula with extensive views of St Anthony's Head and the lighthouse. The gardens enjoy a favoured microclimate in an already favoured area.
Marwood Hill Gardens
At Marwood Hill there are over eighteen acres of landscaped gardens with a large collection of trees, shrubs, herbaceous and alpine plants.
Milton Lodge Gardens
Mature Grade 2 listed terraced garden with outstanding views of Wells Cathedral and the Vale of Avalon. There are mixed borders, roses and fine trees. Separate 7 acre arboretum.
Minterne Gardens
The Minterne Valley, landscaped in the manner of Capability Brown in the 18th century, has been the home of the Churchill and Digby families for over 350 years.
Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
Created in 1971, the park covers over 800 acres and is owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Councils. Mount Edgcumbe has been famous since the 18th Century for its landscape and gardens.
Old Mill Herbary
The Old Mill Herbary is located in an idyllic valley setting, with about 5 acres of semi-wild terraced gardens on a steep south-facing bank.
Penjerrick Garden
Penjerrick is an uncommercialised 10-acre garden created by the 19th century Fox family.
Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens.
Growing the largest collection of plants in any garden in the south west.
Prior Park Landscape Garden
Take the opportunity to stroll across the Palladian bridge, one of just four in the world of similar design, with a visit to the Prior Park Landscape Garden.
RHS Garden Rosemoor
Rosemoor is now firmly established as a garden of National importance. Since it was gifted to the Society in 1988 by Lady Anne Berry an intensive programme of development has created a 65 acre garden of great variety and interest.
Sherborne Castle
The present Sherborne Castle was built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and has been the Stately Home of the Digby family since 1617.
Tintinhull Garden
The delightful two-acre Somerset garden at Tintinhull is a fine example of how small can still be beautiful.
Trebah Garden
Trebah is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden - the wild and magical result of 160 years of inspired and dedicated creation.
Trelissick Garden
Whether you are visiting Trelissick Garden to see the fantastic collection of plants which thrive in the Cornish climate, or for the splendid harbour views which can be enjoyed.
Trengwainton Garden
Occupying a sheltered south-facing position at the westernmost toe of Cornwall, Trengwainton Garden has views of Mounts Bay, easily identified by the rocky St Michaels Mount just offshore.
Trewithen House, Gardens and Nurseries
The outstanding Trewithin Gardens, created over a hundred years ago, are internationally famous.
Ugbrooke Park
A warm welcome awaits you at Ugbrooke Park, home of the Lords Clifford of Chudleigh for three hundred years and the present Clifford family's private home.

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