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Gardens in Cheshire, England

England is the most garden-loving country in the world, with more gardens open to the public than anywhere else. London is the Garden Capital of the world, in the sense of having a higher proportion of garden-loving residents than any other capital city in the world. But there are disappointingly few great English gardens in London: one therefore has to travel by car or train to other English regions to find great gardens to visit. The most famous period in English garden history is the eighteenth century, when the original English landscape gardens were made. In addition to these English Garden Finder entries, please see (1) Garden Tours in England (2) our 10 musical histories of garden and landscape design in the British Isles (3) our page on Prehistoric Landscapes and Gardens in the British Isles.

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