The Best 5 Gardens to Visit in UK
Gardens are usually decorated with Flowers and for Nature lovers derivation of Pleasure is always achieved in Gardens
Here is a selection of 5 Beautiful gardens in the United Kingdom for you to Visit.
1. The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
Designed by celebrated international garden designers Wirtz, and described by the Duchess of Northumberland as “an inspiring landscape with beautiful gardens, unique features all brought to life with water”, the Alnwick Garden is a magical playground. The garden brings joy to all who see it, from stunning spring blossoms to fragrant roses, there are striking water features and geometric ornamental gardens, including one of the largest collections of European plants. Visitors will delight in the roots and shoots vegetable garden, and learn all about planting. You can even stop to see the bees making honey. When you’re done exploring, stop off for lunch at the tree-top restaurant, located in one of the world’s largest wooden tree houses.
2. Mottisfont Abbey – Romsey, Hampshire
Gorgeous riverside gardens surround a house and art gallery converted from a medieval priory. Be sure not to miss the Walled Garden that houses the national collection of old-fashioned roses (above). At its best in June when the roses come into bloom filling the air with fabulous colour and scent.
3. Arley Hall & Gardens, Cheshire
Arley Hall and gardens is one of the finest gardens you will see, noted for its historical interest and the largest double herbaceous border in England. Explore the stunning gardens and take a walk in the informal grove where you’ll see more than 20 sculptures by local artists, including a life-size cow and her calf! Children can enjoy the adventure playground and willow dome den or even build their own with sticks.
4. RHS Garden Wisley – Woking, Surrey
A world-class garden where you’ll find Britain’s finest examples of mixed flower borders as well as beautiful woodland. The Glasshouse is a must-see; a dramatic jungle of towering palms and exotic flowers, it houses a collection of rare and endangered plants and hundreds of orchid species.
5. Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens, Northumberland
Belsay Hall has been in the same family since the 13th century – owned by gardening enthusiast, Sir Charles Monck and his grandson Sir Arthur Middleton. The grade I registered heritage garden in Belsay Hall’s extensive grounds has been restored with a real attention to detail. Seasonal trees, shrubs, and flowers ensure brilliant colour throughout the year. Not to be missed is the dramatic quarry garden with its ravines, pinnacles and exotic plants.
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6. The Beth Chatto Gardens, Essex
Beth Chatto and her late husband, Andrew, have created a stunning garden from an old car park (it’s just 15 acres), using water-thrifty plants that will amaze and delight all who see it. A real hidden gem, the garden includes a water garden, woodland area, scree beds and gravel garden. The art of planting at its best.
7. Hill Garden and Pergola – Hampstead Heath, London
A hidden gem tucked away from the bustle of the city, the pergola provides a walkway through the vines and exotic flowers of this formal Arts & Crafts garden. You can see magnificent views of the heath and beyond.