It might be the last season but I am delighted to welcome four speakers to the Garden School for the first time. Namely, Micky Little, Chris Crowder, Georgie Newbery and Rosie Atkins. Charles Williams returns to bring the school to a grand finale with stunning camellias and magnolias from Burncoose Nurseries & Caerhays.
Spaces still available - click here to download the form
The Garden is open under the National Garden Scheme on Sunday 25th March 2018 and again on Sunday 16th September for the Rare Plant Fair.
From late March until the end of October, visits are welcome by prior appointment. If you would like to bring a gardening club, specialist society or general interest group, please do contact me for more details. A visit to Llanover combines well with other gardens such as The Laskett, Longhouse Farm & The Nelson Garden. Other options, within an hours driving distance are Raglan Castle and Tintern Abbey.
Peter Hall, the Head Gardener at Llanover continues to use his wealth of experience and knowledge in the herbaceous borders, streamside plantings, arboreta and meadows. Thousands of perennials, shrubs, trees, roses and bulbs have been planted, new or alternative paths have been laid. The garden has never looked better in my lifetime – come see and decide for yourselves!
After an enjoyable visit to Llanover please consider buying a gift voucher for a friend, “like” Llanover Garden on Facebook, leave a review on Tripadvisor or post an 'Instagram'.
Friday, 23rd March 2018
10:00am - 4:00pm
Charles Williams - Bursting into Spring
Charles Williams & Rosie Atkins
Rosie Atkins - The Horticultural Heroes behind London's Oldest Botanic Garden
Sunday, 25th March 2018
2:00pm - 5:00pm
NGS Llanover Garden opening
Beautiful 15 acre private garden, interlaced with ponds, streams and cascades. Entrance £5. Children free. Dogs on leads welcome.