Welcome to the world's most extraordinary contemporary garden
Our Annual Cherry Blossom Festival
Oak enchants the forest
Posted over a year ago
Hope Yet Remains With Oak
Head Gardener's Tips #1 What to do with daffodils
Building character at The Alnwick Garden
'Olympic Heart' lily makes its world debut
What's your poison?
Some of the gorgeous flowers we have now sprouting for Spring :-)
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Phlox Divaricata "Clouds of Perfume" is showing itself and blooming happily in o...
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❝One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door alo...
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Home to one of the country's largest collections of European plants in striking geometric beds.
Explore the wobbly ropebridges and treetop walkways of one of the world's largest wooden tree houses.
The Pavilion gives a beautiful panorama of The Garden and is home to the Pavilion Café.
Take a walk through the beautiful Woodland Walk, and see if you can spot any of the resident red squirrels
Marvel at the scale of the Grand Cascade, and take in the spectacular half-hourly displays.
Wind your way through the Serpent Garden's sinuous topiary to find the water features hidden in its coils.
Discover the riotous colours and delicate scents of the Rose Garden, with over 3000 David Austin Roses.
Explore what lies beyond the locked gates of the Poison Garden...
Get your hands dirty, learn about the growing techniques in use and take a peek at our beehives.
Over 300 Tai Haku cherry trees underplanted with 600,000 'Mistress' tulips
Jamie's Ministry of Food at The Alnwick Garden teaches basic cooking skills in an inspiring and fun environment.
The Alnwick Garden is more than a garden, it is a registered charity that places people at its heart, whether they be individuals or part of a community. As well as standing for contemporary gardening excellence, The Garden stimulates change through play, learning, the arts, healthy activity, addressing disability and the economic renaissance of a rural community.