England is perhaps one of the biggest garden-loving countries in the world, with more gardens to visit by the public than anywhere else.
The beginning of one of Germany’s finest palace gardens – Pillnitz Palace – began when Augustus the Strong commissioned a riverside palace to which he could…
The gardens of Britain are world renowned and you can find them in almost every corner of the country. Exbury Gardens, in the lovely New Forest…
The county of Kent is aptly referred to as “the garden of England.” Over the centuries many of the aristocracy built country estates and gardens within…
Often called the Garden Isle, the Portuguese island of Madeira sits in the Atlantic, closer to Morocco than to mainland Portugal.
Flowers are everywhere. Floating in the wind with a fine structure and a colorful variety that enchants.
If you travel to Holland in the spring expecting to see mile after mile of tulips in bloom across the countryside, you could be disappointed.
The love between humans and sculptured or clipped shrubs and trees is one that has been in existence since time immemorial.