The first Bedworth Seed Swap will take place between 11.00am-2.00pm, on Saturday 13th February 2021, at St Giles Church, Ash Green, Near Coventry.
The event will be a dedicated opportunity for local growers and gardening enthusiasts to come together and exchange their unwanted seeds for something more exciting. The organisers hope to promote the saving of home-produced, open-pollinated seed, and…
The 22nd London Harvest Festival will be taking place online – so everyone can join in!
[London, UK, 19th – 20th September 2020]
The London Harvest Festival is 22 in September! To celebrate, we are inviting the world to participate in the buzzing life of London’s city farm and garden community by going online. Over the weekend of September 19th…
The Eden Project confirmed today that the Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes and Core education centre will reopen to visitors on Saturday July 4.
Eden’s 30-acre outdoor garden, shop and some food outlets are already open. The reopening of the Biomes and Core follow the latest Government directives announced today by the Prime Minister.
The Eden team has been working hard…
Re-opening plans include timed ticket entry for the Gardens, a takeaway service from the Old Kitchen Tearoom, two new parkland trails, and the Plant Fairs Roadshow, taking place on July 19
For the first time since its closure in March, Chawton House in Hampshire will once again welcome visitors to the Gardens. Entry is by pre-booked advance ticket only, with…
Alongside more than 80 contemporary sculptures, the Himalayan Gardens and Sculpture Park showcase nature’s own masterpieces. Now is the time to see the spectacular giant Himalayan Lily (Cardiocrinum giganteum), which is currently in full bloom.
To celebrate being open and with this weekend being Father’s Day, the Gardens in Grewelthorpe near Ripon have partnered with Toast of Harrogate, so visitors…
The weather is glorious, historic gardens are open (or opening soon), so get out in the sunshine and enjoy the Great British Summer!
Following clarification from government on May 22 that fee-paying outdoor heritage sites in England could now reopen to visitors, the attractions of Historic Houses – Britain’s largest collection of independent heritage – are throwing open their garden…
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