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The UK is a nation of gardeners, so it's little wonder that some of our finest gardens have been ranked as among the best in Europe.
Now 10 English gardens have been named as being among the 50 top-rated gardens on the continent, according to research from Paving Superstore.
These are the 10 beautiful gardens which made the list. Which one will you visit first?
You really could spend all day in the glorious botanical gardens of Kew Gardens in south-west London, a World Heritage Site featuring more than 50,000 different varieties of living plants.
Explore the enormous arboretum, hosting more than 14, 000 trees, and climb the Great Pagoda for spectacular views.
There's also a rock garden, an Alpine House, beautiful borders and so much more - all topped off by the Temperate House, the world's largest surviving Victorian glass structure.
The spectacular grounds at Devonshire stately home Chatsworth House are as big a draw for visitors as the enormous house itself.
Nearly 500 years old, the 105-acre garden still has many early features - including an amazing cascade fountain from 1696.
The recently renovated gardens also boast a beautiful rock garden, maze borders and an artificial ravine.
The manicured gardens of Regent's Park are an elegant haven in the middle of busy London.
Queen Mary's Garden holds London's largest collection of roses, with approximately 12,000, while the Victorian-style Avenue gardens are made for strolling down in the sunshine.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Cornwall's Lost Gardens of Heligan come with a totally romantic backstory. Thirty years ago they were a true 'secret garden', lost and unseen since the start of the First World War.
After a chance discovery of a door in the ruins (yes, really) they were carefully put back together.
A jungle garden, pleasure grounds and produce gardens are just some of the enchantments on offer.
The enormous gardens attached to Arundel Castle, in West Sussex, are absolutely exquisite. You can take a turn around Tropical and English Gardens, a quirky Stumpery (featuring amazing and twisting botanical shapes) and the formal Collector Earl's Garden - among much, much more.
There's a secluded beach at the bottom of the Trebah Garden, an utterly idyllic spot near the port town of Falmouth, Cornwall. There's also a kooky outdoor theatre and miles of vivid exotic planting - you almost won't believe you're still in the UK.
RHS Wisley in Surrey is a family-friendly glory. Choose between the pretty Bowes-Lyon Rose Garden, the tranquil Oakland woodland, the magnificent rock garden and much more - you won't be able to cover it all in one visit.
Set high on the shores of the Thames in Buckinghamshire, the incredible gardens and woodlands of Cliveden feature amazing views.
Get your Bridgerton vibe on as you explore a series of lovely formal gardens, which eventually give way to wilder glades, avenues and riverside scenery and extensive woodland walks.
A hidden gem in a corner of The University of Birmingham, the Edwardian Winterbourne House and attached botanical garden are utterly gorgeous.
Together they make up one of the best surviving examples of an Edwardian Arts and Crafts suburban villa and garden in the country.
Highgrove House is the private residence of Prince Charles, and the glorious gardens are his passion project.
Take a turn around the lovely cottage garden, designed to offer colourful blooms all year round, visit the charming sundial garden, or stroll down the rare thyme walk. All in all, it's royally good.
The survey was carried about by the UK's largest paving supplier, Paving Superstore.