The Garden is now closed until 26th
 January, when we welcome in the new season Heralding Spring



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Heralding Spring

Join us as we reopen the Garden after winter closing to herald in the spring. We've got an exciting programme of walks, talks and workshops planned plus our usual snowdrop trail and theatre, along with other early spring blooms.

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Author: Amy Byrne

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Volunteer

We are looking for enthusiastic people who can commit a regular amount of time each month to join our volunteer team and give valuable support to the Garden.

The magic of Mistletoe and our other festive favourites

The magic of Mistletoe and our other festive favourites

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Author: Wendy Bowen

Glasshouses

Our Foster and Pearson glasshouses are over a hundred years old. Glasshouses have a long tradition at the Garden, they've allowed many a gardener to cultivate exotic species for over 300 years.

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Author: Amy Byrne

Friends' Membership Christmas Offer

From just £39* a Friends' Membership subscription makes a wonderful gift which lasts all year round and helps preserve this historic garden for future generations. Buy before Christmas and receive a free guidebook as our gift to you.

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Author: Amy Byrne

Weddings

Hidden in the heart of London, Chelsea Physic Garden is a beautiful and magical setting for your special day.

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Upcoming events & courses

  • Heralding Spring Kokedama making: Saturday 26th January

    Join the gardening team to start off your own Japanese garden! Pre-book tickets now, with limited spaces available on the day. Read more

  • The wonderful world of snowdrops: Talk and Tour with Joe Sharman

    As part of our Heralding Spring week, renowned galanthophile Joe Sharman of Monksilver Nursery returns. Join Joe on this lecture and tour for a glimpse into the intriguing world of snowdrops and other spring flowers. Read more

  • Heralding Spring: Behind the Scenes Tour

    Join our Head of Plant Collections, or another member of the senior gardening team to explore areas of the Garden that are not usually open to the public and find out more about the work involved to manage a botanical collection. Read more