Monday 23rd October 2017 The tulip is the sexiest, most capricious, most various, subtle, powerful and intriguing flower on earth. From its wild home in the Asian steppes, the tulip emerged to conquer the world. Anna tells its story as well as how to choose the best tulips and use them to greatest effect in […]Read more "Tulips with Anna Pavord at Gravetye Manor"
It is always so nice to show people around the gardens at Gravetye and today I had a very special guest from Belgium. Chris Ghyselen is a gardener, designer and plant breeder who has the most beautiful garden near Bruges called Oost Veld. He has been in England to show his plants at some plant […]Read more "September Newsletter: In the garden"
Succisa pratensis, also known as devil’s-bit scabiousRead more "Plant of the Week"
Peaches are one of our favourite fruits to grow and although they are one of our most challenging crops the exquisite flavour of one picked straight from the tree makes the effort all worthwhile! Our first fruits are produced in late June by the variety Amsden June, we continue cropping three other varieties under glass […]Read more "More peaches"
Rose : Paul McCartneyRead more "Plant of the Week"
Wednesday 11th October at Gravetye Manor “I believe that cooking, like gardening, is an activity best done with other people, and there is nothing better than a leisurely afternoon in the kitchen making jam or chutney with a good friend. It is a celebration of everything the garden has given us.” Join us as Aaron […]Read more "Aaron Bertelsen – The Great Dixter Cookbook: Recipes from an English Garden"
Rosa Moyesii var. GeraniumRead more "Plant of the Week"