Undoubtedly one of the great gardens of the world, RHS Garden Wisley is home to some of the largest plant collections anywhere in the globe. Looked after by 90 staff, the garden aims to inspire and educate.
It's a centre of education for gardeners of all ages, and offers the chance to view alpine plants at close quarters in the Alpine Display Houses, and glean planting, design and cultivation ideas for smaller gardens from the demonstration and model gardens. Planting varies enormously, from the mingling of herbaceous perennials and shrubs in the famous Mixed Borders to the lower-maintenance, prairie-style planting in the Glasshouse Borders.
RHS Garden Wisley from the sky
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Now, take a look at some of Wisley's highlights:
Some of the garden areas to explore
Drift through foliage and flowers along the Glasshouse Borders as you enjoy glorious views down to The Glasshouse.
Explore our Winter Walk, packed with colour, scent and textures to brighten even the dullest of days.
The Glasshouse showcases our world-class plant collection providing an enhanced horticultural experience for everyone who visits.
Providing one of the most famous views of Wisley and running a massive 128m (420ft) these borders are one of Britain’s finest examples of mixed borders.
A woodland garden of great beauty, Battleston Hill encapsulates a great escape at RHS Garden Wisley, leading you to explore the plants from far-off climes, and letting your imagination run wild.
Wide grassy areas, two ponds, specimen trees and a selection of varied beds comprise Seven Acres, with the Food Hall, Restaurant and Garden Library on one side and the Glasshouse at the other.
Visit the Trials Field to see which plants are being assessed by the RHS Trials team for the RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). You can even vote for your favourite - the 2017 People's Choice vote will focus on Zinnia.
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