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Gothenburgh Botanic Gardens
When I read that Gothenburgh's Botanic garden was voted the most beatiful garden in Sweden and the third most beautiful in Europe, I figured it was only a short hop across the sea to find out what all the fuss was about.

Chatsworth House
Chatsworth is surprisingly laid back and a great place to take the kids. The surrounding park land is free to enter and you can roam around at your hearts content but you have to pay to get into the gardens and quite rightly so.

The Eden Project
Walking towards Eden from one of its many car parks, I felt a certain sense of anticipation. Was I really going to experience a tropical rainforest, right here in Cornwall?

George Nesfield's Japanese Garden
Thirty years in the making, George Nesfield’s Japanese Garden is a work of art of which he can truly be proud.

A Flower Arranger's Garden
Really good garden design is all about the plants. You can be as fancy as you like with the hard landscaping but, without the plants, your garden will have no soul. This is something that couldn't be said about Chrissie Harten's garden.

The Japanese Garden at Brisbane Botanics
Despite the proximity of a major road, the garden succeeds in evoking an atmosphere of calm and tranquillity.

Discover Britain's Mazes
In grand gardens of stately homes and castles around Britain you'll find some of the world's oldest and largest hedge mazes. These elegant horticultural labyrinths have been playfully confusing visitors for hundreds of years.

Logan Botanic Gardens
Situated in the Rhinns of Galloway, a narrow peninsula that juts out into the Irish Sea, Logan Botanic Garden owes its exotic collection to the warming influence of the Gulf Stream.

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