Sites with Plant type / enviroment: Flower garden
Northern Ireland , Londonderry
This site consists of ornamental planted grounds on a steep slope associated with an 1873 town house.
Northern Ireland , Comber
The garden has extensive planting in curved beds, and there is a formal enclosed rose garden. The site slopes to the south-east, towards a bog garden and pond.
Northern Ireland , Ballyward
Ballyward Lodge is the demesne of an early-19th-century house, which is set in parkland with mature trees and views of the lake and the Mourne mountains. There is a maintained formal ornamental garden, a walled garden with an orchard, a garden house and a lodge.
Northern Ireland , Bangor
Banchory is a house and garden of about 1900. Features include maintained beds, a pond and a summer house.
England , Woodbridge
Bedfield Hall and its outbuildings and kitchen garden are surrounded by a moat. The entrance is to the west. The house lies on the south of the site with the kitchen garden to the north and the outbuildings to the west of the kitchen garden. At the eastern end of the site, part of the moat narrows to form a ditch on the east and south side forming a wooded island with the Nuttery on about a third of the area. North of it is another small island. To the west outside the moat is a small orchard on a raised area.
England , near Doncaster, South Yorkshire
The flower garden has a traditional design with symmetrical beds cut out of the turf. Other features include a fountain which forms the centre piece of the garden.
Part/component of: Brodsworth Hall
England , Ticknall
The Flower Garden has a geometric layout and is dominated by Chusan palms and other exotic plants. The garden has wallflowers in the spring and roses, clematis and wisteria during the summer. Other features include an auricula theatre.
Part/component of: Calke Abbey
England , Taunton
East Lambrook Manor is a plantsman's garden of half a hectare, created by Margery Fish (1892-1969), garden writer and lecturer, around her own home.
Wales , Aberystwyth
The flower garden was overgrown by the 1930s and severely damaged by forestry activity in the 1950s. Some restoration of the perimeter wall and gates was done in 1988-9. After clearance of a mature sitka spruce plantation in 2009 the stumps were extracted, the former forest road re-routed outside the garden, and the soil surface graded. Further restoration will be required.
Part/component of: Hafod
England , Lymm, Warrington, Cheshire
Lymm Hall, Flower Garden was created by Edward Kemp in 1849. It was made up of flowers beds dedicated to a mixture of flowers. These were broken up by gravel paths lined with box hedges. Other features included a summerhouse and two seats. The current condition of the garden is unknown.
Part/component of: Lymm Hall
England , Central London
St Luke's Gardens is a small public garden belonging to the church of St Luke, which was consecrated in 1824. The garden has formal flower beds, lawns and trees, with adjacent recreation grounds. The whole site occupies about 1.5 hectares.
England , Saxmundham
The Walled Garden at Benhall was originally the kitchen garden for Benhall Lodge, built in the early 19th century. It is now a plant nursery, selling to the public.
England , Nidderdale
Features of the site include a stream and ornamental ponds. There is also a gazebo, a rose walk, nut walk and wildlife area. The borders have foliage and flowering plants arranged by colour.