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Winners Revealed

Thousands of you have voted for your favourite gardens from our shortlist of 30 of the country’s finest, all of which open for the National Garden Scheme. Now it’s time to reveal the winners of 2019’s Nation’s Favourite Gardens competition, supported by Viking. There’s a winner for each of the scheme’s six regions, plus one champion of champions with the most votes overall. Turn the page to discover these six special and most deserving gardens, and find out about the gardeners who have worked hard to create these beautiful spaces and generously open them for the benefit of the nursing and caring charities the NGS supports.

Coton Manor, Northants

Overall Winner & Regional Winner: Midlands

It’s only once you’ve parked the car, crossed the quiet lane and headed through the stableyard that the gardens of Coton Manor are revealed, skilfully masterminded by Ian and Susie Pasley-Tyler on the land

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