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During this period of self-isolation due to Coronavirus COVID19, you can still go on a garden visit every day by visiting the Gardens to Visit Facebook page

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Online Festival of Plants May 26, 27 & 28th

Each day has a different theme – Plant Science, Horticulture and Conservation – and there will be talks, tours and events every day that explore these themes in detail in the Cambridge Univesity Botanic Garden. There is an interactive live event each day – a Facebook live about plants, bees and pollination on May 26; a Twitter takeover on May 27 when you can ask our panel of horticulture experts all your gardening questions; and a Facebook live on May 28 about the Garden’s conservation work and how we help protect endangered species from around the world. On top of that we have a host of experts, activities and films that explore the wonderful world of plants.

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Great Gardens to Visit 2020

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Arundel Castle - Alium Extravaganza

Unusually tranquil scenes are taking place across the grounds of Arundel Castle in West Sussex as thousands of flowers burst into bloom for the Allium Extravaganza.

Although one cannot physically visit the gardens for the time being, everyone can enjoy a virtual tour with the Head Gardener Martin Duncan in the following videos.

Tour of the gardens with Martin Duncan part 1: https://vimeo.com/412895699

Tour of the gardens with Martin Duncan part 2: https://vimeo.com/414887739

Narcissi

Narcissi

Magnolia Sprengeri

Magnolia Sprengeri

Embothrium coccineum

Embothrium coccineum

Menziesia ciliicalyx (Rhododendron benhallii)

Menziesia ciliicalyx (Rhododendron benhallii)

Candelabra primulas

Candelabra primulas