The heart of London’s Westminster, within a few minutes walk of Victoria Station, is not where you would expect to find a large verdant garden filled with spectacular plants.

But that is exactly what lies waiting to be discovered in Eccleston Square. Join distinguished plantsman Roger Phillips and National Garden Scheme CEO, George Plumptre, for a glimpse into this London oasis:

For more virtual garden visits do take a look at the NGS website –

Corinne Price is the manager of the Shuttleworth Trust’s Swiss Garden in Bedfordshire, which reopened to the public in July 2014. The £3.5m restoration took 18 months and was funded by through donations and grants. Corinne gave Ken Crowther a potted history of the gardens.