Curated by landscape designer and 8 times Chelsea gold medallist Tom Stuart-Smith, Festival of the Garden is a weekend of talks, tours and demonstrations by pioneering gardeners, designers and horticulturalists.
Our themes this year include husbandry versus wildness, allotments & sustainability and the healing garden.
The barnyard will be buzzing with a specially curated selection of garden stands with demos running throughout the Festival. Garden tours with Head Gardener Fiona Dennis will run daily.
Drop in to our free ‘Green talk’ sessions in the Orchard which will focus on the future of gardening, and nurturing careers in gardening, or share your passions and take part in our gardeners open mic.
Individual event, day tickets and all event tickets available.
Join us for free, drop-in discussion groups in the orchard.
Sat 1pm | Gardening & sustainability, led by Harry Hoblyn
Sun 1pm | Grow: nurturing careers in gardening, with Fiona Dennis and Harry Hoblyn
Image credit: Penelope Fewster
Charleston and Much Ado Books present an evening with internationally acclaimed interior designer, Kit Kemp at Charleston.
Queer Bloomsbury presents an LGBTQ+ day of celebration and the launch of our new queer house tours.