Monday, 27 April 2015 Barnsdale Gardens, The Avenue, Exton, Oakham, Rutland

39 Inspiring Gardens… all in one place

Barnsdale Gardens, The Avenue, Exton, Oakham, Rutland

For families or gardeners, Barnsdale is an inspiring place to visit at any time of the year. With Britain's largest collection of individually designed gardens, it's teeming with great ideas.

Barnsdale Gardens in Rutland were made famous by Geoff Hamilton through the BBC television series Gardeners' World which he presented from 1979 until his death in 1996. Geoff Hamilton began developing the garden in 1983 from what was then a ploughed field. The work that Geoff started not only continues in the gardens at Barnsdale but also through the charity set up in his memory. Geoff's passion was gardening, in all its many varied forms and his mission was to encourage as many people as possible to experience the pride, satisfaction and downright joy that gardening can bring.

With thirty nine individual gardens in an eight acre site, there's plenty to see and do at Barnsdale. Our inspiring range of garden styles and planting schemes have been referred to as 'a theme park for gardeners'. However, you'll get plenty of opportunity to rest, contemplate and learn alongside all the excitement when you visit us.

Whether you are a keen gardener, an armchair gardener or a visitor looking for a wonderful day out with a great lunch in the tea rooms, then Barnsdale Gardens is for you!

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