Stroll through the renowned gardens and admire the snowdrops or hardy geraniums. Relax in the scented garden and discover rare and unusual plants in the nursery.
Did You Know?The garden is recognised throughout the world as the 'Home of English Cottage Gardening' and was created by plantswoman Margery Fish.
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Pre-booked groups of 10 or more all get a free introductory talk about the garden and its creator Margery Fish given by either the Head Gardener or the owner. Special talks can be arranged for groups and visitors are invited to take part in horticultural lectures and courses. The East Lambrook Diploma in Horticulture is a part-time, three year course, which can be booked on an annual basis. Each of the three yearly modules runs one day a week over 30 weeks in line with school terms and includes lectures, practical work and visits to other gardens.
The Museum can assist researchers and horticulturalist with enquiries, using the garden as a resource. Please contact the Gardens for more information and prices.
Commercial Hire & Services
The Malthouse Gallery and / or Studio can be hired by artists and craftsmen to exhibit their work. The Gallery, Studio and Teaching Room can also be hired on a daily basis for meetings or to run courses etc. To enquire about using the space for your event please contact the Gardens for more information.