Colourful borders at Peckover House in Wisbech.
The Abbey Gardens at Bury St Edmunds. I love the way that the trees and flowers compliment each other - and the fact that you can wander through or sit down here without any charge!
You knew we'd arrive at Cambridge's Botanic Gardens before long....
.....and we'll linger for another picture too.
Rambling Englishness at Docwra's Manor in Shepreth.
Hatfield House has several marvellous gardens but it was this semi-wild meadow that caught my eye.
A unique piece of planting at Anglesey Abbey, just outside Cambridge.
And finally two pictures from Bressingham Gardens, near Diss, the garden of the aptly-named plantsman, Alan Bloom. He transformed his father's small horticultural business into one of the largest wholesale plant suppliers in the UK, exhibiting at Chelsea Flower Show from 1931 onwards. He bought Bressingham Hall in 1946 and began collecting steam trains in 1962. He died at Bressingham in 2005, aged 98. Proof, if any were needed, that gardening is good for you.