Vistas and landscapes
Stroll down Wakehurst's magnificent vistas and take the long view.
Bloomers Valley is an open sweep of countryside running between Coates and Horsebridge Woods, with the Rock Walk running along its southern fringe.
Named after Wakehurst's former head gardener Alfred Coates, Coates Wood opened to the public in 1977.
The Himalayan Glade lies in a deep cleft on the north side of the Westwood Valley.
This wood is a walk through North America - trees from across the continent sit alongside each other, including the impressive giant redwood.
The Westwood Valley, a steep ravine running from the Water Gardens to Westwood Lake, is home to Wakehurst's collecton of Asian plants.