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Dedicated to showcasing the best of British fruit for over 80 years, the National Fruit Show is going from strength to strength.Read more
PGG visit to Stansted Park Stansted Park stands in 1800 acres of parkland and ancient forest within the South Downs National Park. In 1983 the 10th Earl of Bessborough gave Stansted Park, the Arboretum, his family home and its beautiful contents to the public. The state rooms are furnished as though the 10th Earl was still at home giving the visitor a real sense of a bygone era, the extensive Servants’ Quarters below stairs are brought to life by the…Read more
Leonard Woolf was a keen gardener, whilst Virginia took much inspiration from the garden for her works. Join a guided tour with our garden research volunteer to find out more about the trees, plants, flowers and history of this beautiful Bloomsbury garden. Celebrate the garden in our centenary year – 100 years since the Woolf’s purchased Monk’s House in 1919.Read more
A great opportunity to join one of Holkham's knowledgeable gardeners to view the private gardens at Holkham Hall, which are usually private from the public.Read more
Spend a day learning about Japanese topiary with Jake Hobson, founder of Niwaki. The day will consist of both practical and theoretical learning.Read more
Crenelated building, in parts dating back to Anglo Saxon times. Family home of the Scudamore family. Extensive garden, parts dating back to the picturesque landscape movement. Flowers and trees to delight throughout the seasons.Read more
SGD Autumn Conference 2019 - The Source 2: Inspiration, Creativity, and the Big Idea
Confirmed speakers include Matt Keightley, Jenny Coe, Haruko Sekl and Luciano Glubbllel.
Visit Pensthorpe Natural Park for a tour around the Wildlife Habitat Garden, Wave & Wave Line Garden, the Corten Infinity Garden and the Millennium Garden.Read more
A fine Grade II* house, built in 1612 by Sir Edward Trevor overlooking the Ceiriog Valley on the Wales/Shropshire border. Visitors are welcome to explore the west garden with its formal beds and large herbaceous borders and the ornamental shrubbery with mature redwoods and a variety of new and old rhododendrons.Read more
Visit the Hall daily and see each room decorated with hundreds of fresh flowers and foliage from the Arley Gardens. Floristry colleges and florists each decorate a room in the hall in a traditional and stunning style. The Chapel is also decorated and local schools have been invited to each decorate a Christmas tree which will be on display in the Cruck Barn, make sure you vote for your favourite! New this year! 2 floral demonstrations will take place on Monday…Read more