Why join an ASA Cultural Tour for Garden Lovers?

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ASA garden tours are led by expert horticulturalists and offer the chance to visit exclusive and stunning gardens. They feature meetings with garden owners, head gardeners and internationally renowned landscape architects. Included in the garden tours are visits to stately homes and chateaux, to national parks, historical monuments, museums and vineyards. Many tours feature local festivals, some memorable culinary encounters, music and literary connections. You will discover the interactions between designers, artists, architects, writers and landscape as you explore some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. A feast for the eye and the mind!

 

Clos de Villeneuve, Valensole, Provence, France - by Kristen Hellstrom. This bastide was constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century.
Clos de Villeneuve, Valensole, Provence, France – by Kristen Hellstrom. This bastide was constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century. Visit this garden on the Landscapes & Gardens of the Côte d’Azur, Provence & the Cévennes National Park with Sabrina Hahn

Córdoba Patio, Spain - by John Patrick. Once a year, Córdoba opens its patios in an Andalucian version of our open garden scheme and prizes are given to the best exhibits.
Córdoba Patio, Spain – by John Patrick. Once a year, Córdoba opens its patios in an Andalucian version of our open garden scheme and prizes are given to the best exhibits. View these patios on the Gardens in Spanish Culture: from the Alhambra to Gaudí with Sabrina Hahn