"Go on tour – the 7 gems of England"
"the Uk is well worth a tour, or more. It flourishes and blooms in the varendaste corner. In everything from small plots to large castle gardens are of historical inspiration and botanical treat for all the senses."
"the Author, poet and noblewoman lady Vita Sackville-West created the famous castle gardens in Sissinghurst in Kent. Her life's work was opened for visitors already in 1940, just ten years after she and her husband, the architect sir Harold Nicolson, bought the medieval palace in ruin."
"White called Sissinghurst ”my shard to the home” which has its explanation in it to the surface, the scattered around the home. In the wall low in the living room, the tower housed the Vitas office, a detached house functioned as a bedroom and one other house was the kitchen. The garden was then, with its ten rooms in the actual home. And the are separated by hedges and walls. A small opening or gate attracts then the visitor on to the next blomstervärld."
"Vita Sackville-West did the white garden is iconic, but so is also her most famous. The white and light grey nuances lit up when the sun begins to obscure. White roses dress a metallkupol and calla lilies, lupines and peonies stand out in the flower beds."
"Mormorstäppan surrounding sovrumshuset. It blooms in red, yellow and orange to catch up with the glorious rays of the sun. White loved his pastel-colored rose garden where many old-fashioned varieties bloom beautifully in the summer."
"Next to Sissinghurst is a B&B and want you to stay in the garden itself, you can rent kökshuset, the so-called Priest House. It is a couple of years of waiting, and it is expensive but then you have the garden to yourself after closing."
"The Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall was originally created in the mid-1800s. But, the garden matured and grew again during the new century when the world war in 1914 forced away trädgårdsarbetarna and into the war. "
"Törnrosasömnen lasted 75 years until sir Tim Smit literally cut into the 1990s. He searched really a farm for the breeding of endangered domestic breeds, but were affected strongly by the abandoned garden that he decided to restore it. "
" People thought we were crazy. Many thought it was lost beyond rescue, " says visionary sir Tim Smit on the project that became Europe's largest trädgårdsrestaurering."
"The botanical garden is spread over 80 hectares and consists among other things of a vegetable garden and a greenhouse for pineapples and melons. The harvest is cooked and served in the restaurant. In krukboden sown before the seeds for the future, and it is still a major chore. "
"Next is the outside toilet with a memory on the wall from 1914 when the trädgårdsarbetarna disappeared. Here, they wrote their names before they went out in the war. Get came, sadly, never returned from the trenches."
"The tropical part of the garden is hidden in a sheltered valley with a special microclimate, where plants from Asia, New Zealand and Australasia thrive. Here grows trädormbunkar, magnificent rhododendrons, bamboo, palm trees and jättegunnera reminiscent of the huge rhubarb. A burmese robe bridge parallel and the regular English rain contributes to the humid asian djungelkänslan."
"Beautiful and interesting gardens, there really is plenty of in England. You will find simply no better destination if you are a gardening enthusiast. The british love gardens and are consequently host to the world's largest horticultural event, the Chelsea Flower Show."
"In the british soil to germinate and thrive there, and many put their heart and soul into to create the green oases that in some cases devoted a lifetime to refine. Here are thousands of gardens to visit, ranging from large parks, austere baroque gardens to the small private gardens. You just have to find them, and it can be difficult. They are listed not necessarily in tourist brochures or guidebooks. Here are some tips:
"Plan your tour already at home. Some gardens are distinctive vårträdgårdar while others do best in the late summer. The real trädgårdsälskaren thus look to be in the right flower displays at the right time. "
"Sissinghurst castle garden, Kent"
"The Lost gardens of Heligan, Cornwall"
"Chelsea physic garden, London."
"Hidcote manor, Cotswolds"
"Great Dixter, the East-Sussex"
"RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey"