Ross Garden Tours | To the most beautiful places in the world

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Over 40 years of garden travel, we have built a reputation for tours that are relaxed, effortless, friendly, inspiring and great fun. Why don’t you join us?

My dream in 1980 was to share the world’s most beautiful gardens. Since then we have taken groups to more than 1000 gardens on four continents. You’ll see some of those gardens on this website. Have a look around and then let us take you to the real thing.

Graham Ross

Take advantage of our Early Bird deals on our domestic tours
Save $100 per person on “Inside New South Wales” when you book & pay by 3 May 2020.
Save $200 per person on “Western Australia Wildflowers” when you book & pay by 12 May 2020.
Save $100 per person on “Springtime in Tasmania” when you book & pay by 5 June 2020.

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Virtual garden tours: Top ten

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We’ve rounded up our top 10 virtual garden tours that you can take part in right now. You don’t have to worry about how you’ll journey to each garden – instead, have a nose around stunning plots from Scotland to Kent from the comfort of your own sofa.

Virtual garden tours around UK gardens

1. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RGBE)

Spring looks good on Edinburgh Botanic, as can be seen in two spring 2020 videos shot here by horticultarlist Kirsty Wilson. Take in beautiful carpets of crocus and daffodils as well as the bright blooms of forsythia, cherry blossom and magnolia up above. To watch more videos of RGBE’s four Scottish gardens, visit

2. Arundel Castle

This is only a ‘teaser’ video from the team at Arundel Castle to show us the glorious grounds during its biggest annual tulip festival to date. If this is a teaser, we

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Delightful Virtual Garden Tours – Hever Castle

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virtual garden Tours to Enjoy at Home

Spring has well and truly arrived at Hever Castle, and while you cannot enjoy a visit to the award-winning gardens right now, there’s no better time to take one of the virtual garden tours of the estate.

With many of us now in self-isolation, why not make the most of your downtime and take a visual journey through Hever Castle & Gardens with your feet up in the safety of your own home.

April is a wonderful time to view the gardens in this virtual garden tour as spectacular carpets of late daffodils bloom across the estate. The grass is lush and green and the blossoms of the fruit trees are pink and delicate in the orchard. Walls are covered in camellias and tulips provide a kaleidoscope of colour along Pergola Walk. Spring bedding includes heavily scented hyacinths in Blue Corner and bluebells

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Joys of (virtual) Spring: Cambridge University streams online garden tours

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LONDON (Reuters) – Spring is normally a busy season for Cambridge University Botanic Garden but as Britain enters its third week of enforced lockdown, visitors are absent – the lilacs and daffodils flowering for no one.

But the gardeners have found a way to ensure their 8,000-plus species do not go unappreciated, by starting free virtual tours that allow people to download the delights of Spring.

Their weekly “wellness wanders” are short videos which take the viewer around the 174-year-old garden.

In last week’s video, head of horticulture Sally Petit, showed off springtime plants such as Narcissus “Jack Snipe” daffodils and Syringa “Buffon”, a type of lilac now beginning to flower.

Birdsong can be heard overhead as she walks around, describing light levels and the smell of different plants in the scented garden.

The next tour will feature the strongylodon macrobotrys, a huge jade plant from the Philippines which is

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