Top 5 Gardens For Gardeners At English Heritage Membership
From rolling parkland and stunning vistas to elegant parterres and working kitchen gardens, we look after some of the most magnificent gardens in the country, here are just some of our favourites!
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1. Wrest Park
Anyone who has ever wondered about the evolution of the English garden should visit Wrest Park. The vast gardens are a dramatic showcase of three centuries of landscape design and, until recently, remained surprisingly secret from the public.
2. The Elizabethan Garden at Kenilworth Castle
Originally created for Queen Elizabeth I by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, at a time when he still hoped to marry her, this was a garden designed to seduce and beguile its visitors.
3. Audley End House And Gardens
The house and gardens at Audley End were among the largest and most opulent in Jacobean England. Today Audley End is set in a tranquil landscape with stunning views across the unspoilt Essex countryside.
4. Belsay Hall, Castle And Gardens
A true plantsman's dream, the Grade-I listed garden at Belsay Hall is one of the most extraordinary picturesque garden landscapes in England.
5. Brodsworth Hall And Gardens
A sleeping beauty for the majority of the 20th century, the gardens at Brodsworth Hall have now come back to life, a stunning 15 acre garden connected by tunnels, bridges and meandering pathways which provide visitors with beautiful visual surprises at every turn.
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