In the heart of Kent, hidden behind its famous yew hedging, Godinton gardens are ablaze with the colours of spring.

Dating back to the 14th Century, the gardens and parkland honour the legacies of those who have lived and worked in this historic estate; including the prolific British architect, garden designer and author, Sir Reginald Blomfield, who designed the garden in the late 19th Century.

Join National Garden Scheme Chief Executive, George Plumptre, as he guides you through this remarkable garden in the early spring…

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