The National Trust has named six must-see spring gardens in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire.

The list includes Greys Court, near Henley-on-Thames, where visitors will be treated to blooming cherry blossom.

The cherry garden, boasting more ‘Sakura’ cherry trees than before, erupts into a blossom each spring, and develops into a blossom tunnel effect that is the garden team’s "ultimate objective".

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The white flowers are set off by the fully conserved ancient walls of the Tithe barn adjacent to the garden.

Another highlight is 'Forever Flowers' at Waddesdon, near Aylesbury.

This temporary display showcases 750 bespoke metal red roses, each dedicated to the memory of loved ones.

The display has been produced in partnership with the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, and runs from April 17 to April 28, but closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Other noteworthy sights include swathes of daffodils at Cliveden, snakeshead fritillary meadow at Stowe Gardens, bluebells at Basildon Park, and spring bedding inspired by Greek myths at Hughenden.

The National Trust is an independent conservation charity founded in 1895, which operates in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, looking after areas and places, aiming to allow nature to thrive.

It is responsible for more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 780 miles of coastline, one million collection items and 500 historic properties, gardens and nature reserves.