Every year, thousands of gardens throughout England and Wales get ready to welcome visitors through the National Gardens Scheme.
Here in Gloucestershire, we are very fortunate to have some really lovely gardens with great variety that you can enjoy time and again. Very often you will have a chance to meet the owners, enjoy home-made refreshments, and purchase some exciting plants - you will find all the details on this website. Alternatively, if you are looking further afield, please visit the national NGS website.
Finding Gardens to Visit - Our interactive map lists all of the gardens by name or in order of opening date - and the locations are all marked so you can easily find those nearest to you.
Do you have a garden of quality, character and interest? Would you like to open it to the public and in doing so support charity? We are always interested to hear of potential gardens, large or small, that might open in the future. For more information please contact any of the Gloucestershire NGS team.
You can download our booklet containing all garden details for 2013.
As the file is large (15MB), a broadband connection is recommended.
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The Gloucestershire ngs website was launched in 2010 and proved an instant success with over 4,400 hits during the course of the year, with a great deal of traffic in the main part of the gardening season. Clearly it has proved to be a great asset to our many visitors and will also have been of considerable benefit to our advertisers. If you would like to consider advertising in our county booklet and on the website in 2014 please contact Nick Kane whose details can be found in the ‘about us’ section of this site.
For those who like to have a copy of the county booklet in the car for ease of reference these can be found at gardening centres, public libraries, tourist information centres and many other tourist attractions within the county.
We hope you enjoy visiting many of then wonderful gardens in Gloucestershire which open for the ngs whilst at the same time helping to support ngs’ nominated charities; of course the famous ngs tea and cake is also an important part of any visit!