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Japanese cherries at Batsford Arboretum

As well as the four RHS-owned gardens, Wisley, Hyde Hall, Harlow Carr and Rosemoor, the Society is supported by a network of independently-owned gardens who generously offer free entry to RHS members (one member per policy), to support our charitable work.

With more than 145 in the UK and 23 overseas, Partner Gardens offer free entry either throughout their opening season or at selected periods.

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More to explore in 2014

Breezy Knees Gardens

Three new gardens join the RHS Partner Gardens scheme this year - Breezy Knees Gardens, Castle Bromwich Hall Garden and The Picton Garden. Here's a sneak preview of what to see, when.

Streamside delights

Irises at Geilston Garden. Image: Brian and Nina Chapple

We've chosen five Partner Gardens where you can take an enchanting streamside walk, enjoying fine collections of moisture-loving plants from irises to primulas. Which one will you choose?

Accolade for Woburn show

Woburn Abbey Garden Show

The Woburn Abbey Garden Show has been highly commended at the Hudson’s Heritage Awards. RHS members can enjoy 20% off tickets (21-22 June). To book, tel 01525 290333 or email admissions@woburn.co.uk

Spring showtime on the way

Magnolia dawsoniana

Buds are fattening in readiness for spectacular spring displays around the UK. We spoke to three Partner Gardens about their outstanding collections of rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias.

Gardens free to members

Fritillaries at Kelmarsh Hall

In April, RHS members can visit more than 110 RHS Partner Gardens for free (main cardholder).

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Try a new daffodil trail

Daffodils at Threave Garden. Image: Mike Bolam

Think all daffodils are the same? Think again! Threave Garden and Estate has produced three new daffodil trails to help visitors discover its collection of more than 200 cultivars, from dainty miniatures to bold ‘Van Waveren’s Giant’. The collection flowers until May; free entry applies for RHS members every Wednesday throughout the open period.