If you’re looking for some inspiration for your own little piece of paradise, then Hampton Court Gardens, where Henry VIII wooed his wives, will surely give you a few ideas.
If it’s something grander that you’re after then the Chelsea Flower Show, arguably the largest and most famous event of its type, is home to the most creative and interactive gardens ever produced.
Celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, the Chelsea Flower Show attracts gardeners and landscapers from all over the world, keen to impress with their garden installations. Every gardener should visit this spectacular at least once.
After the splendor of Hampton Court and the vibrant atmosphere of Chelsea, a relaxing day at the UNESCO World Heritage Kew Gardens will stay in your memories for many years to come.
Keen to enjoy the paradise of the best English country gardens? Then why not find out more about Trafalgar’s 12-day guided holiday?