Five Gardens You Must See!
Topiary gardens are truly a work of art. Coming in all different shapes and sizes, these gardens have the ability to leave you in awe over their beauty. At Together, we love inspiring others with the beauty in our community, so we’ve put together a list of the top five most beautiful topiary gardens in the UK. Make sure you get a chance to visit one of these this spring - you won't regret it!
Levens Hall Garden
Levens Hall Garden can be found in the Lake District, 5 miles south of Kendal, and it spreads out across 12 acres, with each acre more beautiful than the last. Get lost among the hedges and take time to smell the flowers at this wonderful topiary garden.
Garden of Drummond Castle
Dating all the way back to the 17th century, the Gardens of Drummond Castle, located in Muthill, Scoland, are a must see! Fans of Outlander will recognise the wide-sweeping gardens and long pathways that were used as the setting for the popular TV programme.
Princess Beatrice Garden at Carisbrooke Castle
If you’re looking for a quiet garden to stroll and relax, look no further that Princess Beatrice Garden at Carisbrooke Castle, on the Isle of Wight. Award-winning gardener, Chris Beardshaw designed the garden in 2009 - a true sight to behold!
Make sure you have plenty of time to explore this 18th century estate and garden. The water gardens at Buscot Garden, Oxfordshire, are a must see and the beauty you’ll see here is unparalleled to anything else.
You'll feel like a character from a Jane Austen novel as you walk across the bridge at Stourhead Gardens, Wiltshire. Make sure to overlook the beautiful lake and rolling hills and be prepared to be left breathless by this incredible garden which featured in the 2005 production of Pride and Prejudice.
Watch Great British Garden Revival, on Thursdays at 10.00pm.