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Isle of Wight


Relax for five days whilst visiting gardens of every shape and size. The IOW benefits from a mild climate allowing for an extended growing season where exotic plants flourish.


Ventnor Botanical Garden is planted with temperate and sub-tropical specimen trees and shrubs arranged in regions of the world.


Bonchurch, Seaview or Niton Village Gardens Open offering plant and design ideas to take home.    


Mottisstone Manor Gardens with colourful herbaceous borders, an Olive Grove and Mediterranean planting.


IOW Garlic Farm, enjoy fields of garlic and wild flowers, savour culinary delights and learn about the world-wide garlic connections.


Osbourne House, summer home and country retreat of Queen Victoria, and Prince Albert who designed the House in the style of an Italian Renaissance palazzo and their young family.

Wander through the productive Walled Garden, past herbaceous borders and across landscaped park and woodland to the beach and delightful bathing hut. See the Royal Childrens’ vegetable gardens and take a tour of Osborne House.


Selected NGS gardens – always a treat.

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To register interest, without commitment, on this most English of Garden Tours please email

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