Links to Lincolnshire Gardens
A selection of wonderful gardens in Lincolnshire make your choice from large gardens with stately homes to small cottage gardens with limited opening.
The Gardens are open to all, and bigger and better than ever. The 3 acre garden includes mixed borders with trees, shrub, old roses, and an enormous range of perennials; a sunken garden, a pond and a walled gravel garden – and now a flower meadow, woodland walk, vegetable parterre, and other features.
A magical 8 acre garden – full of roses, peonies and perennials, prairie planting and massed irises, a small lake, arboretum with rarer trees, pictorial and wildflower meadows, winter garden, thousands of snowdrops, crocus, narcissi and bluebells.
Intricate rose parterres marked with box hedges sit close to the Castle. From here a path leads to the ornamental kitchen garden and orchard. Topiary yew squares with pools connect with a woodland walk. A double herbaceous border and the West lawn provide dramatic views over the lake. Shop, tearoom, adventure playground and cycle hire.
The castle is also open.
A 17th century house set in 9 acres of beautiful formal and informal gardens including pool garden, stumpery, turf maze, woodlands and exciting new rose and prairie gardens.
Six romantic acres of wild and formal gardens, plus traditional kitchen garden growing for the popular farm shop. Restaurant and cafe. Continuous pagent of colour and interest from earliest spring until autumn.
Easton Walled Gardens are 400 year old ‘lost’ gardens. Rediscovered in 2001, they now include meadows, vegetable and cottage gardens, borders, roses, sweet peas and drifts of bulbs.
Glorious gardens near the A1 in the centre of England.
Farm and garden shop, with tearooms for the counties best in home cooked food and drink.
Specialist nursery for hardy ferns with gardens, in the heart of the Wolds. Visit our pretty secluded garden, where you will see natural streams, ponds, woodland, rock features, flower borders and raised beds.