The garden history of Britain is second to none. Some of the best garden designers in the world come from the UK and we also have had some of the most prolific plant collectors. Our gardens are renowned throughout the world and people try to recreate them in many countries. It’s no surprise why the world wants to come here and have a gander at our gardens. Cheap hotels provide a great base for the many tourists worldwide that are booking tours to explore our many stunning gardens. Wherever you stay in this country, there is always a beautiful garden not far away.
The Royal Botanic Garden at Kew is known as the world authority on horticulture. The Jodrell Laboratory Library is consulted by horticultural bodies’ worldwide. Kew also has magnificent gardens. Set in 121 hectares, there is just too much to see in one day. There are many famous collections here as well as attractions such as The Pagoda, the Palm House and the Princess of Wales Conservatory, which was opened by Diana in 1987. This conservatory has several climatic regions, allowing many different plants to be grown under one roof. Opened in 2006, the Alpine House is the most advanced in the whole world. The several climatic regions contained inside the conservatory allow many different plants to be grown under the one roof. There is definitely plenty to admire here.
You’ll find many great ideas that can be implemented into your own garden at the Royal Horticultural Society garden in Wisley near Woking in Surrey. A mecca for gardeners world wide, Wisley is known for its sumptuous borders, it’s fantastic rose gardens and its double herbaceous borders. There are many themed gardens and gardens to relax in. You’ll find you come back to Wisley many times as it is always changing with the seasons. If you are tempted to view this garden, why not stay at cheap hotels? Two fantastic hotels are the Holiday Inn in Woking and the De Vere Venues near Gorse Hill.