More Summer Houses Articles Brits planning to re-design their garden may be interested in taking up the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) invitation to take a romantic stroll around a beautiful landscaped attraction this St Valentine's Day.
The organisation suggested that couples could enjoy a wander around one of the many garden sites around the UK on February 14th.
This could also offer an opportunity to pick up tips and inspiration to take back home and implement in one's own garden.
One such site is Cheshire's Rode Hall, which offers a scenic snowdrop trail beginning at its Top Lodge, winding through Old Wood and finishing in the sweet-smelling glasshouse.
Another popular attraction for romantic couples is the 18th century Georgian Landscape Garden at Hestercombe.
The Somerset site is described as being like "stepping into a painting" with its hidden wooded valley setting and classical landscape of grottoes, lakes and temples.
Meanwhile, RHS Garden Harlow Carr is set to teach growers how to attract wildlife to their gardens in an event running from February 13th to 21st. -
09 February 2010
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