Rosa Moyesii var. GeraniumRead more "Plant of the Week"
Persicaria Amplexicaulis – P. Pink ElephantRead more "Plant of the Week"
Our meadows have been so beautiful all year, but now we are at the end of summer its time for cutting. We leave them late so that all the wildflowers can set seed but need to start cutting in the orchard as soon as the first of our apples are ready. The season starts with […]Read more "Meadow cutting"
July is the time of high summer and the borders are in full swing. Most of our late summer plantings are in the ground and watching them develop is a joy. But already we need to start looking ahead to next season. If we can get some seeds in now, then they can be grown on […]Read more "July Newsletter: In the garden"
Garden Tour and Lunch with Head Gardener Tom Wednesday 20th September September is one of the nicest months in the garden in so many ways. The flower garden is at its peak, with late summer perennials and annuals creating a courtyard of colour. In the kitchen garden some of the finest delicacies of the year […]Read more "Tour and Lunch with Tom"
Gladiolus ‘Purple Flora’Read more "Plant of the Week"
We have five varieties of peaches at Gravetye. Most are planted under glass in the peach house and the first one to fruit is Amsden June, at the end of that month. This is followed by Red Haven in July, then Francis and last of all the tastiest, Peregrine. After this we move outside to […]Read more "Peaches"