Gardens to Visit 2016
Celebrating Britain's Glorious Gardens
All you need to plan your garden visits in 2016
Gardens to Visit
Here you will find all the information you need to plan your visit to hundreds of glorious gardens right across the UK.
To find the details of the garden you would like to visit, go to the garden menu on the right and select the country you are interested in, by clicking on the + sign. You can now navigate to where you want to go. When you are on an individual garden page, you will find all of their details and a link to their own website. The same applies if you wish to email them - simply click on their email address.
Search for your garden if you know where you want to go, by typing in the search box.
Garden Events. We've added an improved Garden Events calendar which you can see on the right hand side. Full details of Garden events will be added throughout the year.
Gardens to Visit 2016 Book
Great Gardens to Visit 2016, which has just been published, features over 100 beautiful gardens right across the UK. Plan all your garden visits for 2016 whilst curled up in front of the fire this winter.
The retail price in shops for this beautiful book will be £12.99.
If you would like to purchase a copy at a special price, please send a cheque, made payable to Publicity Works Ltd, for £8.00 (includes postage & packing) to Gardens to Visit, Dan y Ser, Rhyd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6ST. Please ensure you include the delivery address you would like the book sent to, along with your cheque, when you order.
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New Festival of Gardens Video
The male osprey (Aran) returned to the Glaslyn nest from his winter migration in Africa on the evening of April 12th.
Mating with the Glaslyn female has already begun, so expect osprey chicks in the Glaslyn valley this summer! Come and see!
Please do visit their website where there is a 24 hour live stream of the nest.
Explore the sun-drenched gardens of Tenerife and Madeira with Tony Russell, broadcaster, tree expert and former head forester at Westonbirt Arboretum. A full programme of activities on board Balmoral will compete for your time, including exclusive lectures and question times. Onshore, meanwhile, it will be gardens galore with free garden tours in Madeira and Lisbon.…Read More
Discover the beauty and heritage of some of the remoter parts of the British Isles and France, including Dublin and charming Honfleur, with Tony Russell, broadcaster, tree expert and former head forester at Westonbirt Arboretum. Experience a feast of horticultural gems with visits to the terraced sub-tropical Abbey Gardens at Tresco and the romantic riverside…Read More
Discover Britain's Gardens
Discover Britain's Gardens is currently a seasonal magazine which is published four times a year.
The April - June 2016 edition is just published and features the new Snowdonia & North Wales Garden Festival.
I'm Sue Liassides and for 2016 I am joining Tony and the Gardens to Visit team, to offer some timely tips and jottings relating to gardens, gardening, plants and all things horticultural.
Each month there will be a new posting from me, which hopefully you will find both useful and enjoyable. For the moment however, let me introduce myself ...
Sue's April Jottings
Welcome back everyone. How did you get on in March? Was it warm enough for you to venture out into your garden? The weather is certainly starting to get warmer down here in Sussex, but the nights are still very cold. I think that I shall wait a little while longer before daring to plant out any bedding plants.
I have an Acer (Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’) in a pot, and it had been in the same pot for a number of years and had started to become somewhat root bound. I had already decided that placing it into a larger pot wasn’t an option because I can lift and move the existing pot and if I pot up into a larger pot, I am going to struggle to move it. I also like the pot it is currently in. So, to keep it in its existing pot, I had to get it out and root prune it. Root pruning is a tried and tested technique and one used in Japanese temple gardens for centuries. The getting it out of the pot sounds easier than in practice.
Read the full April Jottings
An unwanted guest
Garden Themed Holidays
Tony Russell leads a number of garden-themed holidays, covering all parts of the world.
To find out more about a garden-themed holiday please click here
The Garden Holidays page features an article, originally published in the Telegraph.
This article gives an enjoyable account of a garden-themed holiday that Tony Russell led and is an excellent introduction to Garden Tours.
BRAND NEW BOOK
THE FINEST GARDENS OF SOUTH-EAST
Price £15.99 including P & P.
To order your copy - personally signed by the author - simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the last ten years, Tony Russell has built up a digital photographic library of some 12,000 high quality publishable images relating to trees, shrubs, flowers, gardens and landscapes. Selections of Tony Russell's pictures have appeared in numerous articles and books.
These images are now available for others to use.
They may be of special value to Magazine Editors, Writers and Journalists in illustrating articles and magazine features.
The pictures are not available elsewhere - they are exclusive to Gardens to Visit.
To find out more details please go here.