A magnificent example of contemporary British gardens set in over 400 acres of parkland, farmland and open meadow overlooking a beautiful Oxfordshire valley, with parkland planting that owes its origins to the Victorian era.
5 acres of garden, planted over 2 decades, with a big display of rhododendron, laburnum arch and azaleas, and many ericaceous plants not usually seen in the Cotswolds.
Located in Moreton-in-Marsh, just 10 miles north-west of Chipping Norton, Batsford Arboretum & Garden Centre is home to one of the country’s largest private tree collections.
Spread out over seventy acres, features a collection of more than three thousand different trees and shrubs, together with extensive herbaceous borders, water gardens, an alpine trough garden, a sculpture garden, a rose garden and a rill.
Harcourt Arboretum, a 15-minute drive from Oxford, has been part of the Botanic Garden since 1963 and contains some of the finest conifer collections in the UK, set within 130 acres of historic Picturesque landscape.
The Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest in the UK and a year-round oasis of biodiversity with nearly 6,000 different types of plant.
Just a stone’s throw from Oxford nestles Waterperry Gardens, a magical place where you are surrounded by beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers, classical borders, modern planting, secret corners and long vistas.
About Trinity College Gardens, Oxford Trinity College was founded as a training house for Catholic priests in the sixteenth century. The site of the college, now very much in the […]
About Wadham College Gardens Originally a series of orchards and market-gardens carved out from the property of the Augustinian priory, Wadham College Gardens have been significantly modified over the course […]