BIDDULPH Grange Garden in Staffordshire is set to feature in a new BBC 4 series uncovering the rich social and horticultural history of four British heritage landscapes this month.
British Gardens in Time, explores the National Trust attraction as a superb example of a Victorian garden.
Filming began last February and ran for nine months, documenting the garden throughout the differing seasons.
Viewers will discover how the garden was created by James Bateman as a global journey from Italy to the pyramids of Egypt, and from a Victorian vision of China to a re-creation of a Himalayan glen.
Garden Manager Paul Walton who appears in the episode, due to be aired on April 22, said: "It's certainly testament to the hard work the National Trust has put in in conserving the garden over the past 26 years.
"The team here all know what a fabulous garden Biddulph Grange is and we are really pleased that the garden can be shared with a wider audience."
The series also features two other Trust gardens; the grand Georgian landscape at Stowe in Buckinghamshire and the romantic turn-of-the-century Nymans in West Sussex; as well as privately owned garden Great Dixter.
With expert contributions from garden designer Chris Beardshaw, historian Andrea Wulf and National Trust Head Gardener Alan Power, the series will tak e a detailed look at these iconic gardens created during four very different eras.