Here's another one of those breathtaking places I'd like to hang out in for awhile! gardens of Henry Vlll's Hampton Court Palace

This is the Tunnel of Flowers Walkway in the Gardens of Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace. I've not seen wisteria in yellow

Gertrude Jekyll - Cothay Manor. Photo: Jeff Sainsbury

Cothay Manor, UK - love the topiary either side of the entrance with the contrasting lavender spilling over the path.

Sissinghurst witte tuinen..eigenlijk zou je ze in het donker moeten bezoeken ..want zo heeft vita ze ook bedoeld om 's avonds door te dwalen

Did you ever hear of a moon garden? you find an open space in the yard and plant nothing but white flowers, all kinds. then when theres a moon, the whole area lights up.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden - created in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West, poet and gardening writer, and her husband Harold Nicolson, author and diplomat. Sackville-West wrote a weekly column as gardening correspondent of The Observer, which made her own garden famous. The garden itself is designed as a series of "rooms", each with a different character of colour and/or theme, divided by high clipped hedges and pink brick walls.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden - created in the by Vita Sackville-West, poet and gardening writer, and her husband Harold Nicolson, author and diplomat.

Sissinghurst White Garden, England from the book The Garden at Sissinghurst by Tony Lordfrom. Engsholms Slott blog, Sweden

I ♥ Your Style: Vita Sackville-West - I Love Your Style: The Elizabethan tower looks down over the famous white flower garden. I love her discipline to stick with just one color.

Helen Paterson Allingham (English, 1848-1926) Cottage near Pinner

"Cottage Near Pinner," Watercolor by English artist Helen Paterson Allingham Here depicted is the idyllic beauty of the English countryside.

Munstead Wood is one of the most famous gardens in England. It was the home of Gertrude Jekyll who is renowned as a plantswoman. She created ways of planting which were very innovative in their day - and the garden at Munstead Wood was one of the places where she tried out her ideas.

Munstead Wood used to be the home of the great garden designer Gertrude Jekyll…

GERTRUDE JEKYLL, influential English garden designer, horticulturist / 1843 - 1932 / She created over 400 gardens in the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States, and wrote over 1,000 articles

A mottled brown monochrome photo of a female garden designer with a spade

Wisteria Tunnel, Hampton Court, Herefordshire, England

The spectacular views of the wisteria flowers at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, in Kitakyushu, Japan is another shining example of Japanese perception of beauty and arch . Surreal Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan ,Chinadaily Forum