The Royal Landscape is a paradise for gardeners. Whether you're an expert or an aspiring horticulturalist or just someone who appreciates a stunning floral display.
Images of The Savill Garden
The Savill Garden is a garden for all seasons and a place of beauty and colour that's loved by horticulturalists and enthusiasts alike.
Each season brings it's own highlights and whenever you're planning to visit, check out our seasonal highlights before you come to see us.
May in The Savill Garden
The Savill Garden is awash with colour and we are world renowned for our rhododendron, azalea and spring woodland displays.
Visiting on your own, with loved ones, family, friends, or as a group – there really is something for everyone.
Celebration of the Rose Weekend
Featuring an exclusive evening tour of the Rose Garden with Head of The Savill Garden, Harvey Stephens - 21 June.
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Gardens and landscape
In springtime, a carpet of bluebells covers the azalea valley. The ditch, marked with alders, is the county boundary between Surrey and Berkshire
Sunlight trickles through the beech canopy creating a dappled effect on the forest floor, in The Valley Gardens near Virginia Water
The spectacle of the evergreen Kurume azaleas in full bloom in the Punch Bowl in May is one of the highlights of the year.
A view across The Two Valleys at Sunset
View down the Valley Gardens in Spring, with Magnolia in full flower.
Windsor Great Park is part of one of three rural estates, owned and managed by The Crown Estate.
VIDEO: The Savill Garden in spring
See The Savill Garden in bloom at springtime
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