In Abbey Dore, 3 miles west of A465, midway between Hereford and Abergavenny 6 acres by the River Dore. A formal garden with two 'Sequoiadendron giganteum' trees. River walk with ferns and a bridge across the river to a pond and a rock garden. more information
8 miles north-west of Hereford, 1.5 miles south of A438 Hereford-Brecon road at Bredwardine Bridge Victorian country residence with 8 acres of semi-formal gardens. Terraces, herbaceous borders and mature trees, all set in Kilvert country and the on the Kilvert Trail. more information
Hergest Croft GardensFrom Kington go west on A44 for 0.5 mile, garden signed of left The Banks family have owned Hergest Croft for three generations from 1856.. Outstanding collection of rare and exotic trees and shrubs. It holds the National Collections of maples, birches and zelkovas. Full of interest throughout the year, with old-fashioned kitchen gardens that have spring and summer borders. more information
At north-east end of How Caple village, 1 mile west of B4224 Ross-on-Wye - Fownhope road Above the River Wye, the present 11 acres of gardens date from Edwardian times.Formal terraces, yew hedges, roses and water features contrast with the trees and shrubs. There is a sunken Florentine garden. more information
The Weir5 miles west of Hereford on south side of A438 254 acres with an 18th century house (not open to the public) above the slopes which fall away to the River Wye. The Parr family created the unusual garden in the 1920s. Beech woodland high above the river leads to the villa at the top. Paths cross the garden at all levels and the slopes have ancient beeches and London plane with informal shrubs. Exotic trees and shrub along the river itself. Features a rockery of Cheddar limestone and great views. National Trust. more information