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Garden Courses at West Dean College
With shorter, darker days and winter approaching, we can’t be outside in our Gardens as much we would like to, but instead, but we can look forward to next year, plan what changes we could make, what new skills we could learn, what new things we could grow. Whatever your horticultural interests, we hope you will find a gardening course to inspire you at West Dean College in 2017. When you attend a course, you can also stay with us, in the beautiful, historic West Dean House, and explore the 100 acres of glorious award-winning Gardens and Parkland in the heart of the South Downs National Park in West Sussex. There is a Kitchen Garden, Walled Fruit Garden, Victorian Glasshouses, Arboretum, Sunken Garden and 300ft-long Pergola, Spring and Wild Gardens. For details, costs and how to book, follow this link: click here
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Second Annual National Gardens Scheme Snowdrop Festival
More than 80 gardens will open their gates for the National Gardens Scheme (NGS) Snowdrop Festival during February, to mark the imminent change of season with their snowdrop displays. Some of the gardens open have as many as 300 different varieties of snowdrops, whilst others have a mix of snowdrops, hellebores and other early spring flowers, all of which makes a visit to an NGS garden well worth the effort of being outdoors on a cold day.
Loseley Park - garden show and visit information for Horticultural Societies and Gardening Clubs
I thought your members might be interested in visiting our Walled Garden so have attached some information about LoseleyPark.The House, Garden and Grounds all open from 1stMay (closed on Fridays and Saturdays) and we can welcome groups right throughuntiltheendofSeptember.Wealsohavetwogardenshows:Spring Garden Show 21st – 23rd April (flyer attached)Summer Garden Show 28th– 30thJuly (full information h t t p : / / w w w . t h e g a r d e n s h o w o n l i n e . c o m / g a r d e n s h o w _loseley/If you are considering a visit please give me a call and we can discussasuitabledateandscheduleforyourGroup’svisit.I very much hope we will be able to welcome you and your Group to Loseley this year and I’ll look forward to hearing from you.KindregardsJoannaPhillipsBusinessAdministratorandReceptionistLoseleyPark01483405112joannap@loseleypark.co.ukOver500yearsofhistorywww.loseleypark.co.uk