Jungle gardeners usually need little inspiration but here are some photographs that may provide some ideas for your own exotic space.
This lovely Dorset garden provides an extensive jungle experience with many exotics on display.
The great domes in a Cornish china clay pit, however, there is much more to it now. The grove of cordylines is atmospheric so don't just stay under cover.
London's great botanic garden and Alan's first inspiration, it is truly a wonder. The palm house and the Princess of Wales glasshouse are essential but there are lots of other things to see for the jungle fanatic.
Benefiting from the warmth of the Gulf Stream at the tip of Dumfries & Galloway, this fascinating collection of plants that 'should not grow here' is well worth a visit. It is part of Edinburgh Botanic Gardens which should also be seen if you are in that area.
The Italian and Spanish gardens are full of interesting exotics in this mild environment beside Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland.
A rather neglected garden full of interesting shrubs, trees and tree ferns. Its wildness means this is probably the most jungle like garden you will find in the UK. Close to Trebah (see below) so you could do both in a day.
This is an extensive garden in a sheltered valley in southern Cornwall. Lots of tree ferns and hydrangeas. The Gunnera is difficult to beat as you can walk under it!
Probably the most subtropical UK garden, this is a marvel to enjoy. Not large but packed with palms, cordylines and other jungle stuff. Not easy to get to on the Scilly Island of the same name.