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Visits and Meetings

The PGG organises Visits and Meetings throughout the year, in all areas of the country.

PGG-5134 – Weston Park 21.05.21


PGG visit to Weston Park Walled Garden including the Kitchen Garden, where the Maze and Orchard now stand. For many years the garden fed both the family and their staff, with its own three full time gardeners.

PGG-5133 – Down House, Orpington 21.05.21


PGG visit to Down House, the family home of world-renowned scientist Charles Darwin

PGG-5137 – Three Hagges Woodmeadow and Skipwith Hall Gardens 11.06.21


PGG visit to Three Hagges Woodmeadow and Skipwith Hall Gardens. Two of the drivers behind the Forbes Adams approach to the creation of Three Hagges Woodmeadow were to increase woodland and bio-diversity. Skipwith Hall started life as a Jacobean farmhouse.

PGG-5130 – Holker Hall, Cumbria 18.06.21


PGG visit to Holker Hall in Cumbria. With an eye for detail, sense of fun and love of exotic plants, the present owners have given the garden its unique character. The gardens have won numerous awards, most recently BBC Countryfile Garden of the Year 2016.

PGG-5127 – Marwood Hill Gardens and Foamlea, Mortehoe 25.06.21


PGG visit to Marwood Hill Gardens a very special 20 acre private garden with three lakes set in a valley tucked away in North Devon and Foamlea, a one acre, west facing garden full of plants with origins around the world.

PGG-5136 – Sculpture by the Lakes 16.07.21


Described as one of the most beautiful and unique sculpture parks in the UK, Sculpture by the Lakes is set in 26 acres alongside Dorset’s River Frome.

PGG-5132 – Cambo and Wormistoune Gardens 28.08.21


PGG visit to Cambo, a 2.5 acre walled garden dates from the 1800’s; and Wormistoune Gardens, a 17th century Scot’s tower house and gardens.

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