Informative & inspirational events, talks, courses & workshops

We offer an inspiring mix of workshops, talks, trips and courses for all levels of experience and covering all aspects of garden-related subjects – horticultural, practical and creative, as well craft and art workshops…

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How to be a Gardener: 6-session course

Wednesday 5th June 2024 - Wednesday 24th July 2024

This popular course is for those of you who want to improve your horticultural skills, either in your own garden or are planning a career in horticulture.

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Open Garden for charity Help Martlets GROW!

Saturday 22nd June 2024

We are opening our garden Saturday 22 June to support the brilliant charity Help Martlets Grow. The roses are looking spectacular at the moment, and our legendary home made cakes will be in abundance! Come and join us for a brilliant afternoon out...

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Fully booked

The Garden House returns to Ireland

Wednesday 26th June 2024 - Wednesday 3rd July 2024

We are delighted to offer a magical trip to Ireland, staying in Dublin and travelling to County Clare, visiting some very special, hand-picked, gardens.

Fully booked

Floribunda, Painting the Summer Garden: 1 day workshop

Wednesday 24th July 2024 | 10:30am - 4:00pm

Join Brighton-based watercolour artist Kate Osborne and be inspired by the beautiful summer gardens here at the Garden House.

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Painting the Garden, Autumn Bounty: 1 day workshop

Wednesday 18th September 2024 | 10:30am - 4:00pm

Join Brighton-based watercolour artist Kate Osborne and be inspired by the beautiful autumn gardens here at the Garden House.

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Painting Garden Wildlife: 1 day workshop

Wednesday 23rd October 2024 | 10:30am - 4:00pm

Join Brighton-based watercolour artist Kate Osborne and be inspired by the garden animals and birds to be seen in the autumn garden.

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Print your own Christmas Cards: 1 day workshop

Wednesday 11th December 2024 | 10:30am - 4:00pm

Join Brighton-based watercolour artist Kate Osborne and be inspired by the Winter garden, it’s sculptural shapes, berry colours and iconic winter leaf shapes.

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