We are a conservation charity working to protect the county's many historic parks and gardens for future generations.
We work with garden owners and local and national bodies to highlight, protect and encourage the conservation and restoration of designed landscapes, ranging from stately homes to public parks, cottage gardens to cemeteries. Principally funded by over 500 members, we run visits, lectures and events where members can share their interest and knowledge in a sociable atmosphere.
Through its research and recording programme, the Trust undertakes and supports research on sites of historic interest, including sites that the Trust has rediscovered, as well as on other related topics. We share knowledge through our Journal and also seek to inspire the gardeners of the future through imaginative projects with schools.
This site aims to provide an information source on gardens and designed landscapes in Dorset as well as describing the activities of the Trust.
Lecture by Timothy Mowl: The Hampshire Gardens Trust are holding a talk by Professor Timothy Mowl on Thursday 19th May at Winchester Guildhall where he is launching his new book: From Grene Mede to Dream Meadow, Discoveries in the Hampshire Landscape. Click here for the flyer containg the full details, and here for the booking form.
A Weekend to Explore Amsterdam's Secret Private Gardens, 17-19th June 2016