Posts Tagged ‘ Gardens ’

Leaving your garden

Dec 9th, 2019 | By
The Lost Gardens

It seems that some people are unwilling to go on holiday because their fear that their gardens will become overgrown and unmanageable.

The tulip and the windmill

Mar 26th, 2013 | By

Adrian visits Keukenhof the eight week, Spring flower bonanza that takes place each year just outside Amsterdam and which attracts 70,000 of us from the UK each year

Discover Britain’s Gardens, Historic Homes & Castles

Aug 11th, 2011 | By

One of the problems with deciding where to go is the information that you start with. Many guides are out-of-date as soon as they are published. What is open and when can vary quickly so a new, quarterly magazine called Discover Britain’s Gardens, Historic Homes & Castles is useful for the regular day-tripper as well as the traveller.

The Gardens of Gregynog

Mar 17th, 2011 | By

Unless you know of Gregynog, chances are you’ll never just happen across it because it is tucked away in mid Wales. Yet the Gregynog estate, all 750 acres of it, has been described by CADW as one of the one of the most important gardens in Wales. Now as Gregynog prepares for the spring, it is a useful time to remind people that it exists – or introduce it to a wider public.

Britain in Bloom

Apr 26th, 2010 | By

Spring is finally in full swing and pretty plants and flowers are beginning to bloom. CD Traveller has teamed up with DK Eyewitness Travel to give you the low-down on Britain’s best gardens