Doddington Place Gardens is divided into four main areas. A large woodland garden, with a collection of rhododendrons and azaleas; an Edwardian rock garden with pools; a sunken garden with herbaceous borders and finally a flint and brick folly at the end of a long grass walk. The garden also features immense yews that have been topiarized into giant mounds that have the appearance of cumulus clouds.
Arrive for a 10:30 am for a master class in creating a number of birch plant supports in the historical gardens at Doddington Place, with a group of other horticultural students. Attendees will be guided in the correct techniques to support plants, such as Dahlias. There will also be an opportunity to explore the gardens.
You are welcome to arrive from 09:30. Please bring your own packed lunch and drink. Please bring sharp secateurs, suitable footwear and clothing. Please bring hand sanitiser and a mask.
The cost of this PSD is £30.