Spring has sprung at West Dean Gardens, and to celebrate, enjoy our top tips for looking after your house plants; for local visitors, some of our iconic glasshouses have just re-opened; and renowned plantsperson Hester Forde will be hosting two online gardening courses.
To coincide with International Nurses day on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, West Dean Gardens, near Chichester in West Sussex, are extending an open invitation to NHS nurses and all their NHS colleagues to visit the award-winning gardens for free, once the gardens reopen.
Much-loved West Dean Gardens, on the outskirts of Chichester may be closed to the public at the moment, but it continues to be a source of ‘virtual’ inspiration in the current climate, whether it be the magnificient magnolias by the pergola or the delicate Snakeshead Fritillaries under the fruit trees around the walled garden.
West Dean is part of a registered charity and relies on the
support of generous donors, friends, legacies to help us deliver
world-class education in conservation and the creative arts and
maintain our award-winning gardens.