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What About A Horticultural Holiday This Year?

Gardening is such a wonderful pastime to indulge in and, if you’re something of a novice at the moment, you’re sure to find that it becomes a true passion for you. There’s something so exciting about planting something from seed and watching it grow – it keeps you coming back for more!

If this sounds like a familiar story to you, what about taking your newfound interest in all things green and floral, what about going on a horticultural holiday this year… a great way to really further your interest in the subject, while getting lots of lovely sun at the same time.

Exploring other gardens is a brilliant way to get lots of ideas for your own outdoor spaces, after all… and you’re sure to find a vast array of different styles and aesthetics if you travel country by country.

At the very top of your list, perhaps, should be Keukenhof in Holland, the history of which can be dated all the way back to the 15th century. The stunning spring garden, awash with tulips in beautiful bright colours, is only open between March and May, and it was closed during the pandemic last year – so 2022 is the year to pay it a visit!

Want to go even further afield? Japan in time to see the cherry blossom is another absolute must. Cherry blossom festivals take place around the country between March and May, complete with food, craft stalls, live music and tea ceremonies. A brilliant holiday idea!

And, of course, if you’d rather stay close to home, we’re seriously spoiled for choice when it comes to gardens right here in the UK.

If you want to see the bluebells, in particular, you might want to make your way to the likes of Arlington Court and Garden in Devon, Bowood House and Gardens in Wiltshire or Hatfield House Gardens in Hertfordshire, all of which have bluebells in abundance.


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