Tuesday 18th June 2019, Channel 5, 9pm This is definitely one to watch! Great British Gardens takes us on a guided tour, throughout the seasons, of four of the most beautiful and important gardens in Britain. Each episode explores one stunning garden: the arts and craft treasure Great Dixter in the Sussex Weald; the minutely […]Read more "Great British Gardens with Carol Klein features Gravetye"
As June begins, the production of the kitchen garden really becomes exceptional. Delicacies such as asparagus and sea kale will soon be off the menu as their season ends but they are quickly replaced by other beautiful ingredients such as bulb fennel, broad beans, courgettes and baby vegetables. But the most wonderful thing about this […]Read more "Strawberry season is here!"
Due to a cancellation, we now have one space available for the Hazel Soan Painting workshop this Thursday. Join us in the spectacular gardens at Gravetye for a day guided by professional watercolour artist Hazel Soan. Enjoy the elegant serenity of the Manor whilst creating your own masterpiece in the heart of the enchanting and […]Read more "Watercolour Painting with Hazel Soan – Thursday 6th June 2019"
Gravetye Manor can be considered one of the most historically influential gardens in the country, as it was once the home of pioneering Victorian gardener and writer William Robinson. Our top five favourite plants in the gardens this week are: Clematis montana wilsonii Hesperis sweet rocket Iris ‘Jane Phillips’ Lupin ‘Noble maiden’ Wisteria floribunda ‘Shiro-noda’Read more "OUR FIVE FAVOURITE PLANTS AT GRAVETYE THIS WEEK"
As part of Gravetye Manor’s involvement with The Resilience Garden project at Chelsea this year, I was lucky enough to be asked to help Sarah Eberle with some of the planting. It was the most incredible experience to be involved with the build, with so much to learn and many new ideas to enrich Gravetye […]Read more "Head Gardener Tom’s plants for The Resilience Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019"
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 We are absolutely thrilled to announce that The Resilience Garden which we have sponsored at this years RHS Chelsea Flower show has received a Gold Medal and also the Best Construction Award. Award-winning designer Sarah Eberle unveiled an unusual collection of tree species including giant redwood, monkey puzzle, prickly pear […]Read more "The Resilience Garden wins Gold"
Gravetye Manor can be considered one of the most historically influential gardens in the country, as it was once the home of pioneering Victorian gardener and writer William Robinson. Our top five favourite plants in the gardens this week are: Tulipa ‘Ballerina’ Tulipa ‘Blue Aimable’ Tulipa ‘Dordogne’ Tulipa ‘Jan Reese’ Tulipa ‘Menton’Read more "OUR FIVE FAVOURITE PLANTS AT GRAVETYE THIS WEEK"