These six stunning gardens are among the National Trust's finest and represent some of the most beautiful landscapes in the U.K. They offer a widely differing range of horticultural styles and periods of gardening history. Filmed over the course of a year demonstrating their versatility, the skills of the gardeners and the beauty of the gardens themselves.
Biddulph Grange - One of the quirkiest National Trust gardens which has different compartments with names such as Egypt and China and is a garden of great humour and surprise. Cotehele - An ancient estate beside the Tamar with stunning formal gardens, richly planted woodland walks and an orchid strewn with mistletoe clad trees. Knightshayes - A magnificent garden with a grand formal design around the house. It has a conservatory, alpine garden, extensive woodland garden with an excellent collection of trees, shrubs and bulbs and a recently restored walled garden. Powis Castle - Is a garden of grandeur and scale. The garden is a series of terraces, high yew hedges and descending paths winding down to more formal gardens. Sissinghurst - Created by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson is a masterpiece of design and plantsmanship. From the wonderful collection of old fashioned roses, herbaceous perennials and the white garden - an inspiration at any time. Trengwainton - A fascinating garden with a 'Jurassic' feel holding exceptional spring flowering trees and shrubs with a walled garden full of exotic and unusual plants.