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May 17, 2012

national trust garden treasures.

National Trust Gardens takes you on an epic journey around the country and across the centuries to discover the most beautiful and vivid landscapes and pleasure gardens in Britain. With unprecedented access to the Trust's properties, as well as exclusive access to archives of original designs and plans, each episode tells the story of each remarkable garden and the inspired owners and designers who built them. Narrated by Penelope Keith

Sissinghurst.
Take a tour around the castle gardens created by Vita Sackville-West. One of the best-loved gardens in England, it is designed as a series of rooms.

Stourhead.
Visit the garden of this spectacular estate, set out in a classic 18th-century design, inspired by the painters Claude, Poussin and Dughet.

Kingston Lacy.
Take a tour of this spectacular garden, which includes a Victorian fernery, a sunken garden made in 1906 and an Iron Age hill fort.

Biddulph Grange.
Follow the tunnels and paths that lead around this beautiful garden which is inspired by countries around the world.

Hidcote Manor.
Explore the stunning Cotswolds garden created by American horticulturist Lawrence Johnston. It is arranged as a series of outdoor rooms.

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