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National Trust
Spring Gardens - South West
Take advantage of the brighter and longer spring days by visiting
one of the spectacular National Trust properties in our region.
Kingston Lacy, Dorset
There’s so much to see at Kingston Lacy, not least
the beautiful Japanese Garden and peaceful
Nursery Wood. Kingston Lacy has a national
collection of anemones, as well as hundreds
of newly planted tulips. Visit during the spring
months to see spectacular displays of cherry
blossom, azalea and camellia.
Telephone: 01202 883402
Email: kingstonlacy@nationaltrust.org.uk
Address: Wimborne Minster, Dorset, BH21 4EA
Visitors exploring the garden in May at Kingston Lacy
©National Trust Images/James Dobson
Killerton, Devon
Take a relaxing stroll around sunny Killerton this
spring to enjoy all of nature’s wonders. There’ll
be pretty yellow roses climbing the walls of the
house, Japanese bitter orange blossoming with
white flowers and hellebores, magnolias and
camellias showing their colours. If you take a
tour along the Beech Walk you’ll find a bounty
of daffodils, bluebells and other wildflowers
blooming in the garden.
Telephone: 01392 881345
View of the South Front of the House at Killerton
©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
Email: killerton@nationaltrust.org.uk
Address: Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, EX5 3LE


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