As the sun shyly appears, Sheffield Park and Gardens have become a regular garden we visit and one we would definitely recommend. The Rhododendrons and Azaleas have dazzled and smelt beautiful and the vast height and width of the Giant Redwood is extraordinary. It’s a great garden adventure to go on with children who can run around exploring colourful pathways, woodland adventure and what feels like prehistoric landscapes where their imagination can run wild and free. Even with such striking garden colour surrounding us, what we were most impressed with was the mass banks of Hosta, Ferns and Gunnera. The sunlight and moisture playing on the plants provided a perfect example of mass architectural planting and form. Brilliant planting plans and results. It’s a partner garden with the RHS, so if you’re a member you can go free most of the time – lovely…..get garden inspired and get out there!