Tree Identification Seminar: Leaves

This will help you identify trees more easily and get to know more about special specimens within The Garden. We will begin in the classroom with a practical session studying leaves and other details of trees helpful with identification followed by a tree walk in the Garden to put into practice all you have learned. With Letta Jones, Lecturer in Horticulture and Garden History.Read more

Botany for Gardeners

Is a potato a root? How do fruits form? What exactly is photosynthesis? If you are interested in answering these questions, then this day course could be for you. It offers complete beginners a relaxed introduction to the world of botany. With Karen Van Oostrum.Read more

Propagation for Beginners-September

Are your seedlings long and spindly? Do your cuttings sit and sulk for ages and then die? Come and learn how to give your seeds and cuttings the best chance of turning into healthy plants. -with Head Gardener, Nell Jones Read more

Compost Clinic

Whether you have a heap, bin or wormery, we lift the lid on the world of compost and teach you how to make the ultimate ‘black gold’. Learn how to improve the quality of your soil through simple processes to enable your plants to flourish -with Head of Education, Michael Holland. Read more

Tree Identification Seminar: Fruits & Seeds

This seminar will help you identify trees more easily and get to know more about special specimens within The Garden. It starts in the classroom with a practical session studying seeds, fruits and other details of trees helpful with identification. You will develop skills and confidence to observe the key features which help to identify trees generally.Read more