Dublin Zoo

PGG tour of Dublin Zoo with curator Stephen Butler. Under Stephen’s skilled and dedicated stewardship there have been enormous and exciting changes in the eighteen years since the first PGG visit and the Zoo now boasts plants and plantings that rival any garden.

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West Dean Gardens, West Sussex

PGG visit to West Dean Gardens, West Sussex. Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, lovingly and meticulously restored by PGG Members Sarah Wain and Jim Buckland and their garden team, West Dean Gardens is one of the most exciting gardens open to the public today.

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Chiswick House

PGG visit to Chiswick House and Gardens, Chiswick, London. Explore classical landscapes, sweeping vistas, fragrant formal gardens and a woodland wilderness.The restoration of Chiswick House Gardens was one of the most ambitious garden regeneration projects ever undertaken in the UK.

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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

PGG visit to Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, well known for great glasshouses, housing plants from ten climatic zones, mouth-watering exotic rain forests and giant lily pads, landscaped grounds and has the most incredible tree collection in the world, seen from the famous tree top walkway.

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Photos: AGM 2017 – Sledmere House

Photos: AGM 2017 – Sledmere House

Photos from the PGG visit to Sledmere House, East Yorkshire. The garden at Sledmere House has become a place to explore and discover different planting areas that have an emphasis on form and colour and overall impact on the eye. The expansive range of plants used and different naturalistic gardening

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Audley End House and Gardens.

One of the finest examples of a Jacobean house in Britain. Surrounded by 100 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped parkland (1763). Including a serpentine ornamental lake and cascade. The parkland boasts temples and bridges designed by Robert Adam. Also a fine example of an 1830’s Parterre, restored by English Heritage in the 1980’s following garden archaeology.

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