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"
Lavender ‘Grosso’Read more "Plant of the Week"
Dierama PulcherrimumRead more "Plant of the Week"
Our cherries are ripe and ready to eatRead more "Cherries"
We have an enchanting collection of roses at Gravetye and they’re all in bud, and flowering. One of my favourites is Rosa MutabilisRead more "Plant of the Week"
THURSDAY 17TH AUGUST The gardens at Gravetye Manor can be considered amongst the most influential in English gardening history. The manor became the home of the innovative and revolutionary gardener, William Robinson, in 1884. Robinson spent his remarkable life as a professional gardener and botanist, but made his fortune through writing about his experiences and […]Read more "Lecture and Lunch with Head Gardener Tom Coward"