There are plenty of pretty locations throughout the UK, including public grounds, and gardens. Public gardens will have gardeners working on the clock to make sure the grounds are maintained and flourishing. If you are someone who enjoys walking around natural and gorgeous areas, then you will definitely enjoy public gardens. If you want a pretty garden of your own, but your lawnmower is pretty worse for wear, you may just need some select Mountfield Spares to get it properly working again – it won’t be long before you have a freshly mown lawn ready for the summer. Here are the prettiest public gardens in the UK
Painswick Rococo Garden
Located in Painswick, Stroud; Rococo Gardens is one of the most popular public grounds in Gloucestershire; the grounds include many gorgeous flowers and stunning walks to go on. There are lots of eye-catching attractions in Rococo Gardens including the historic buildings, a maze, and a wooden play area for the little ones. Rococo gardens even have a cafe for lunchtime, or just for a quick coffee break.
Confetti Fields, Wick
The Confetti Fields open around June/ early July time when their flowers bloom. The Confetti Fields is located in Wick, Pershore; a gorgeous Worcester village that is quiet and serene. The Confetti Fields is a great place for you and your family to walk around as it has an array of gorgeous flowers in many different colours. They are cleverly grown in different patterns, which adds to the attraction.
Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa
Jephson Gardens is one of many gorgeous public parks around Leamington Spa; it has lots of gorgeous grounds to walk around, and plenty of colourful flowers to admire. Why not make this a family day out with a picnic? There is even a sensory glasshouse to walk around with plants to see and touch.
Sissinghurst Castle, Kent
Sissinghurst Castle is owned by The National Trust and has 180 acres of gorgeous woodlands and grounds to walk around. Sissinghurst gardens are where Vita Sackville-West; a poet and journalist, fell in love with a man called Sir Harold Nicolson – a writer and politician. You can even walk around the estate grounds of Sissinghurst Castle.
The Eden Project, Cornwall
Although this isn’t necessarily just outside gardens, it is a place that includes a diverse range of plants in their Biomes (eco domes). The Eden Project site is located in Cornwall where it has a range of plant species for people to look at. This attraction also educates visitors on environmental topics. There are lots of fun activities for the children too including soft play areas, outdoor play areas, the rainforest canopy walkway, and England’s longest zip wire.