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Gardens at their best in May

Dorothy Clive Woodland Gardens in May Dorothy Clive Woodland Gardens in May

Gardens are breaking into bloom all over the country and it's hard to pick just three, but Picton Castle in Pembrokeshire is bursting out into magnolias, azaleas and camellias, without mentioning Old Port, the ginormous rhododendron, the walled garden and the bluebell woods.

The Dorothy Clive Garden, Staffs, (pictured), selected as a top woodland garden by horticulturalist Jim Gardiner, has twelve acres filled with a quarry garden and edible woodland.

And Pencarrow House, Bodmin, Cornwall, offers bluebells and wild garlic in the woods, more than 600 species of rhodos and camellias and England's first Victorian rock garden.



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