This week our panel share their favourite gardens
Versailles Palace, Claude Monet and Minnesota. That might seem like three random things plumped together, but they all have one thing in common: beautiful gardens. From Keukenhof’s tulips in the Netherlands, to Gardens of Cosmic Speculation in Scotland, there’s just something about that heady mix of fragrance, colour and fresh air that brings out the best in us, our countries – heck, nature itself. This week is National Gardening Week, and here at HomeAway.co.uk we know two things: firstly, that here in the UK we’re famous for our love of gardening (let’s NOT bring up hosepipe bans); and secondly, that gardens are an integral part of any home – either here or on holiday.
And in that leafy vein, our question to the green-fingered panel this week:
“What is your favourite garden to visit in the UK or abroad and why?”