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Sites created between 1968 and 1999

  • England , Cambridge

    Features of 15 Adams Road include an informal garden and bee hives.

  • England , Greater London

    The garden is adjacent to St Mary Abbots Gardens, the former churchyard of Kensington Parish Church.

  • England , Youlgreave

    This raised garden is enclosed by drystone walls and features a tablet with inscription.

  • England , Lode

    A winter garden of unknown size planted in memory of the 1st Lord Fairhaven. The winter garden features a quarter of a mile long path which meanders through mixed planting of Dogwood, Willow, Whitewashed Bramble, Vibernum, Mahonia, Sarcoccca amongst 150 other species of winter flowering shrubs and flowers.

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    Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire. Winter Garden. Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire. Winter Garden.

  • Isle of Man , Lonan

    Ballalheanagh is a nurseryman's demonstration garden, set in a glen with winding paths and a rich collection of more than 10,000 plants.

  • Northern Ireland , Ballyclare

    The garden, which dates from 1975, is based on an early-19th-century framework and is designed and maintained by the owners. The garden contains mixed borders.

  • England , Bexhill

    This site was formerly a cemetery. It has been adapted as a memorial garden, and has a dedicatory sign with white lettering on a green background.

  • England , Bath

    This small, circular memorial garden has a central plaque on a stone plinth in a planted island bed. The garden commemorates those who lost their lives during the 'Baedeker Blitz' on Bath in April 1942.

    Bath Air Raids Memorial Garden Bath Air Raids Memorial Garden

  • England , Greater London

    Battishill Street Gardens were opened by Sir John Betjamin in 1975, but the site is of historic interest for the 19th-century stone frieze installed within the gardens. It was originally made for the Hall of Commerce in Threadneedle Street, which was demolished in 1922. It was given to Islington Council in 1974 for erection in the new Battishill Gardens.

  • England , Westbury

    The house is set on the west side of a small valley, with the ground rising steeply behind it to a belt of woodland. There are two lakes, one to the south and one to the east of the house. West of the southern lake the ground rises to a hard tennis court and swimming pool within the woodland. To the west of the house is a formal courtyard and terraces. There is a lawn with flower beds, sheltered by hedges, to the south of the house.

    Baynton House, the courtyard Baynton House, the courtyard

  • England , Greater London

    Although Bedfont Lakes Country Park opened as a new park in 1995, laid out on a former contaminated landfill site, in the 1890s the area was part of a large orchard that supplied Covent Garden.

  • Scotland , Dunbar

    The garden at Belhaven has been associated with a succession of people interested in plants since the 19th century. The present garden dates from 1970 onwards and is a botanically rich collection of rare and unusual plants, many brought back by the owner from plant-collecting expeditions. There are borders, garden terraces and troughs, a walled garden and a spinney with many trees dating from the early-20th century.

  • Northern Ireland , Belfast

    Bluemist is an intensively planted and maintained ornamental garden from 1982 at a 1950s house.

  • England , London

    A private park open to the public, Brompton Park is a small open space at the south end of the Brompton Park Crescent Estate created in the 1980s.

  • Northern Ireland , Maghera

    This is a new garden landscaped and planted by the owners from 1988.

  • Wales , Wrexham

    This memorial garden commemorates those who served in the Far East. It is located outside Bodhyfryd Memorial Hall and features a circular paved area with the Burma Star in the centre. Railway sleepers are also used in the garden, representing the prisoners who worked under forced labour conditions on the Burma railway.

  • England , Somerset

    A wooden screen and a small inscribed stone plinth mark this special bed in Minehead.

  • England , Essex

    This memorial garden takes the form of a Burma Star.

  • England , Devon

    This memorial garden has a number of benches commemorating Dunkirk and the Plymouth branch of the Royal Engineers. There is a stone of remembrance of undressed granite with commemorative plaques, one of which shows the Burma star.

  • England , Greater London

    A red granite obelisk records the creation of the garden and a plaque to a milkman whose shop was on the site on the corner of Burney Street/Gloucester Place. At the other end of the street is Poet's Corner, named for C Day Lewis who lived in Greenwich in the 1950s and '60s, a small shrubbery with path and seating.