This Sunday Tom's Yard will be heading to Badminton Estate for their latest open garden. Around 1500 visitors are expected over the course of the day, so it's going to be a busy one!
Open 10am - 4pm, admission on the gate is £12.50 (carers & children go free!). Head to Badminton Village or use postcode GL9 1DJ. This will take you to Kennel Drive which is the road into the Park.
Explore the gardens of the historic Badminton House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort.
The beautiful gardens of Badminton House are open three times a year in April, June and September. Visitors can witness the seasonal changes of the gardens starting with tulips in the spring through to the roses and dahlias in the summer.

There is a great variety of plants to view, from the formal beds on the east side of the house, designed by Russell Page, to the South Garden with its water squares, hedges, beds and borders. Glorious displays of roses and borders of soft summer colours are combined with herbaceous perennials, campanulas, penstemons, geraniums and phlox. The Walled Garden, a short stroll from the house through the park, is home to the Badminton House kitchen garden, providing fruit and vegetables as well as cut flowers for much of the year. An archway, running the full width of the garden, is covered with roses, clematis, wisteria and yellow laburnum. The greenhouse is used for propagation and houses a fine display of pelargoniums.
You are also invited to visit Well Cottage, the home of Miranda Beaufort, and her beautiful cottage gardens and greenhouses. This acclaimed garden alone is certainly worth making the trip to visit.
Thomas Pearson