Garden Tours

Garden tours are one our specialities and we are proud to offer a wide selection of tailor-made tours to some of the most beautiful and inspiring gardens in Britain, Ireland, Belgium, France and the Netherlands. We have worked with gardening clubs for many years and our bespoke approach to travel means that we can offer tour itineraries that are flexible, well researched and meticulously planned to suit each group’s particular interests and location. You can rely on our skill in preparing and planning your trip so that you can relax and focus on what is truly important: spending time with fellow gardening friends, exploring new places and seeking out memorable experiences.

While we enjoy creating bespoke tours for Garden groups, such as Plant Heritage and the Alpine Garden Society, we also offer garden tours that individuals or smaller groups can join:

Springtime in Belgium

Location
Belgium
You have missed this tour in 2018 - but can register your interest for travelling in 2019! This tour is timed to coincide with two spring spectacles – the annual opening of the Royal Greenhouses at Laeken, and the unmissable exhibition of flowering bulbs, Floralia Brussels

Singapore Garden Festival & Malaysia

Price
Booking is now closed
Location
Singapore & Malaysia

Discover exotic flowers, extraordinary gardens and vibrant culture in Singapore, Penang and Kuala Lumpur


This 13 day tour flies you to three exhilarating Asian destinations. We start in the multicultural metropolis of Singapore, home to the world’s leading celebration of tropical gardening, the Singapore Garden Festival. We then transfer to Penang to experience one of Malaysia’s most diverse, cosmopolitan and exciting cultures before moving on to the thrilling capital Kuala Lumpur.

Autumn in the Loire with Jonathan Moseley

Price
This tour is no long open for 2018 bookings
Location
Loire, France
This tour is no longer open for booking. Known as ‘The Garden of France’, the Loire is home to some of the country’s most beautiful châteaux. Built by the French nobility, these fairy tale castles with their distinctive pointed towers, also pioneered the art of the French Renaissance Garden