Easter is usually one of the busiest times of year for visitor gardens, but government restrictions mean of course that along with other attractions, they're temporarily closed.
Some have been creating virtual tours so that people can still enjoy the spectacular displays.
Among them, Exbury gardens in Hampshire, famous in spring for its camellias and rhododendrons.
Rachel Hepworth went to meet Marie-Louise Agius, great-granddaughter of Exbury's creator Lionel de Rothschild, and the family dog Willow, who've been bringing the gardens to the outside world:
Other gardens in the south and south east are also posting similar video tours: