One of the best places you can stroll or jog is parks and gardens. It is proven that gardens specifically nature can boost your mood and health. If you are around gardens, there is more oxygen generated around you making you breathe better and fell better. While you are in Birmingham, we listed out some astounding gardens you can stroll at.
The Winterbourne House and Garden are located in University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT. This is a well preserved rare example of the 20th century suburban Villa. Winterbourne House and Garden were listed as an English Heritage in 2008. Their garden represents the hard work and love of plants by the owners Margaret and John Nettlefold with the help of Gertrude Jekyll’s books.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses is located in Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3TR. The glasshouses are home to many exotic, and unusual plants that are not found in many places in the U.K. The glasshouses can also be categorised as greenhouses and they are five houses that you can explore. The tropical house, subtropical house, Mediterranean house, Aird house and lastly, the butterfly house.
The Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens is located in Castle Bromwich Chester Road, Birmingham Area, Birmingham B36, United Kingdom. This garden boasts its formal English garden design. This garden shows how the Bridgeman built the garden and was saved and maintained by the Trust.
Visit these places in Birmingham, and you will surely appreciate the wonders of plants.