Experience our fascinating range of walks talks and workshops for adults and family activity days for children. Our popular Thursday Supper Talks return with an interesting range of speakers and topics.
Please note, we are unable to refund or transfer tickets for our events and workshops.
New for 2019, award-winning Floristry Masters Julie Collins and Tina Parkes bring their unique, independent and inspirational workshops to the Garden. Make something beautiful for Mother's Day, or bring her along for the perfect treat!Read more
Join us and Dr Rupy Aujla for a fascinating, fun talk on the principles of healthy living, incorporating vibrant recipes that are easy, inexpensive and underpinned by science.
Join our Head of Plant Collections, or another member of the senior gardening team to explore areas of the Garden not usually open to the public.
Are your seedlings long and spindly? Do your cuttings sit and sulk for ages and then die? Learn how to give your seeds and cuttings the best chance of turning into healthy plants with CPG's Head of Propagation or another senior member of the gardening team.
The Easter bunny will be hopping around Chelsea Physic Garden on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday. Follow the bunny trail around the Garden. Each entry will receive a Rococo chocolate Easter egg.
New for 2019, award-winning Floristry Masters Julie Collins and Tina Parkes bring their unique, independent and inspirational workshops to the Garden. Read more
Join this fascinating course to better understand how digestion works, from common digestive problems to plant actions, how to identify parsley (and/or cabbage) plant family, food & herb know-how kit, and remedy making: grain/pulse dish, digestive decoction, mucilage powder mix and pesto.Read more
New for 2019, Ivor David's four-day course is designed to help you take better photos on your smart device and manage them. You will be taught how to backup your pictures to the Cloud and use images to create postcards or greeting cards.Read more
This practical four-day course explores the history of medicinal plants and botanical gardens from a European context, from the 1st Century AD to the present. With garden history lecturer Letta Jones & medical herbalist Maria Vlotides.