Beat self-isolation and still travel to beautiful springtime gardens with the family, just from the comfort and safety of your own home this time.
Here are 10 tremendously beautiful virtual garden tours to admire.
National Trust Gardens:
1. Giants Causeway
Discover the amazing Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland on this 360-degree panoramic tour.
2. Anglesey Abbey
See the Formal Garden, Medieval Dining Room and Tapestry Hall at Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire
3. Sissinghurst Castle Garden
Enjoy the Rose Garden, Library and Courtyard at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent.
4. Chelsea Garden show
Keep your eyes peeled for the online Virtual RHS Chelsea Flower Show 18th to 23rd May 2020. They are in the early stages of planning this, so more details will be announced in the coming weeks but no doubt it will still be as spectacular as ever!
5) Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
Roam the beautiful Kew Gardens and Wakehurst, the most biodiverse places on Earth, without ever having to leave the house.
6) National Garden Scheme
The National Garden Scheme and its garden owners are working together to share with you great stories, gardening tips and virtual garden visits to bring the beautiful gardens currently behind closed gates to life. Check out their website for unique unseen gardens.
Gardens further afield:
9) US Botanical Garden in Washington
A garden of discovery with a living collection of fabulous displays and plants which are always changing. You may even want to visit one day for the real experience!
10) Keukenhof Amersterdam, Holland
Enjoy the park and the show stopping array of flowers on display.
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