Borde Hill Garden launches programme of events for 2019

Borde Hill Garden launches programme of events for 2019

The West Sussex Garden is a festival of colour in spring and is looking to welcoming everyone to their events this year

Borde Hill Garden is home to one of the largest private collections of champion trees, including rare flowering trees from China, collected by the Great Plant Hunters of the Victorian and Edwardian ears. Plant hunters will enjoy exploring the Garden that is bursting with many rare shrubs and trees from seeds sent home to Colonel Stephenson R Clarke by plant hunters in the early 20th century.

Events on offer include


• 31st March – Mother’s Day vintage afternoon tea

• 4th & 16th May – Workshops with Juliet Sargeant, BBC Gardeners’ World regular

• 10th May to 30th September – Borde Hill Sculpture Exhibition


• 25th May to 2nd June – ‘Nature: No App for That!’, activities to connect children to nature

• 20th June – ‘The Wonderfully Variable & Versatile Rose’ talk by Michael Marries, from David Austin Roses

For a full list of events available visit their website [hyperlink:].


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