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  • Alnwick Garden Project
  • www.alnwickgarden.com
  • The Duchess of Northumberland's dream to transform a derelict 12 acre walled garden into the most magnificent garden created anywhere in Europe in the last 100 years.
4.1
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5
  • Groombridge Place
  • www.groombridgeplace.com
  • House with 17th century gardens. Describes the house and gardens with their history and includes information about attractions and opening times.
4.0
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<5
5
  • Painshill Park
  • www.painshill.co.uk
  • Landscape park of the 18th century. Its history and restoration, educational and cultural events, and visitor information.
3.9
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5
  • Exbury Gardens
  • www.exbury.co.uk
  • Historic woodland garden established in the New Forest, near Beaulieu, early in this century by Lionel de Rothschild, known for its collection of rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas; site provides history, photos and visitor information.
3.9
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5
  • Hestercombe Gardens
  • www.hestercombe.com
  • 18th century gardens open to the public, including Edwardian and Victorian gardens, landscape gardens. Opening time, location and information on facilities.
3.8
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>30
4
  • Levens Hall & Topiary Gardens
  • www.levenshall.co.uk
  • Magnificent Elizabethan Historic House and World Famous Topiary Gardens. Also Gift Shop, Buttery, and Steam Collection
3.8
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4
  • Aberglasney Gardens
  • www.aberglasney.org
  • In the Towy valley of Carmarthenshire. The history goes back to the 15th century. Information on the history and restoration work; visitor details.
3.8
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<5
5
  • Trebah Garden
  • www.trebahgarden.co.uk
  • A wild sub-tropical ravine by the Helford River. Information and photographs of the gardens, events and art activities. Visitor details.
3.8
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4
  • Brantwood
  • www.brantwood.org.uk
  • Brantwood was the home of John Ruskin from 1872 until his death in 1900. The house is filled with Ruskin's drawings and watercolours, together with much of his original furniture, books and personal items.
3.7
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4
  • Helmingham Hall Gardens
  • www.helmingham.com
  • Offers information on the grade 1 listed gardens, the Tollemache family and their 500 year history with Helmingham and the programme of events held on the estate.
3.7
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<5
4
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