Garden Locations

With the weather finally starting to resemble something like summer, it’s finally time to turn our attention to things we can do outdoors. One of the most enjoyable things to do when the sun’s shining is roam around a garden or park.

So we’ve listed a few of our favourite open green spaces across the UK where you can go to and enjoy, but also find some of our most popular metallic structures. Our selection include a mix of RHS glorious gardens but also some lovely National Trust gardens you probably didn’t even know were right on your doorstep.

Stockwood Park

Stockwood Park is the home of exhibitions, an award-winning carriage display, an outdoor children’s play area and breathtaking walled gardens. It is designed with environmentally green and sustainable principles in mind and tells the stories of real people behind the collections, exploring the history of the region from prehistoric times to the evolution of Stockwood House and the Farley estate.

The formal walled garden features a dramatic Agriframes pergola as the centrepiece to traditionally planted box hedges while other areas reflect the changing styles of gardening in this country including a contemplative Sensory Garden, a colourful World Garden and a Medicinal Garden highlighting the usefulness of plants.

Nonsuch Mansion

Nonsuch Mansion is built on the site of the Tudor palace of Henry VIII and is set in 300 acres of gardens and parkland tended by a dedicated team of gardeners and volunteers. It boasts a 72m Gothic Pergola - the longest Agriframes structure in the UK - which perfectly reflects the style of the mansion house, built in 1743 and is planted with scented with scented roses for a spectacular display in early summer.

Elsewhere Agriframes arches and obelisks complement the formal gardens and expert planting adding interest to the myriad of pathways which lead from open parkland to secluded grottos making the park a favourite with families.

Wisley RHS Gardens

RHS Wisley is a hub of horticultural excellence with 240 acres to explore. It is home to some of the largest plant collections anywhere in the globe and showcases inspirational gardening with planting schemes constantly evolving to ensure there's always something new to see and inspire visitors. RHS Garden Wisley has undergone some exciting changes in recent years with the opening of a new Welcome building and Café featuring a bespoke Agriframes Wall Pergola as part of the carefully designed piazza planted with avenues of flowering Cherry trees.

The Cottage Garden has a glorious fountain at its centre and throughout the garden Elegance obleisks and plant supports in our signature 'bluebell' finish sit beautifully amongst the traditional planting which includes specimin clematis, lilacs and roses.

Berwick Lodge

Berwick Lodge, an Arts and Crafts mansion, is now a luxury hotel on the outskirts of Bristol is set in 18 acres of woodland and landscaped garden. Carefully manicured lawns, a bandstand, wisteria clad pergola and spectacular views across the estuary make this a popular bolthole for a weekend away or celebration.

The gardens are a key feature of the hotel with glorious herbacious beds, majectic trees and a kitchen and cutting garden providing flower for the hotel produce for the award winning restaurant.

RHS Garden Rosemoor

RHS Garden Rosemoor is an enchanting garden nestled in the beautiful Torridge Valley within half an hour of Dartmoor National Park. Surrounded by woodland, the garden is rich in variety throughout every season and features inspiring planting displays enhanced by the natural beauty of Devon. These include the largest rose gardens in the South West; the stunning Hot Garden; the brand new RHS Chelsea Gold Medal winner designed Cool Garden; a Devon Cottage Garden; lake, stream and waterfall.

The Fruit and Vegetable Garden showcases Agriframes Elegance collection of supports and crop cages as part of an immaculate traditional design.