Clematis

 

Clematis pruning demonstration at Roseland House, Chacewater,TR4 8QB

 

Saturday 3rd February 10 till 12  and repeated 2 - 4 (ie two separate

sessions)

 

Cost £1 per head please advise ahead as this includes tea and cake and

Liz needs to know how much cake is required!

 

 

Lapageria open day Saturday 15th September 1pm - 5pm Free admission

Chance to see the Lapageria collection in flower

 

Garden visits can be booked by clubs during the summer months admission

will be £4 per head which will included tea and cake.

 

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Charlie & Liz Pridham Gardening in Cornwall

 

Holders of National Collections of Clematis viticella & Lapageria rosea cvs.

http://www.roselandhouse.co.uk

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Upcoming Events

  • Self-drive visit to Pendower House, Lanteglos-by-Fowey and Gardens Cottage, Prideaux, St Blazey

    Pendower House is a Georgian rectory. Roger Lamb will guide us through its formal herbaceous terrace, cottage garden and orchards to reveal ponds, streams and a 19th century shrub garden.

    In contrast, the country garden created by Sue and Roger Paine at Gardens Cottage is relatively new. With imaginative use of colour and planting, and year-round interest, it incorporates a formal garden, long borders, a courtyard garden and a productive kitchen/cutting garden.

    To download a booking form for this self-drive visit, please click here.

  • Day trip by coach to Bickham House, Exeter and Cadhay House and Garden, Ottery St Mary, Devon

    At Bickham House, we will discover seven acres of colour co-ordinated borders, mature trees, a fernery and a water garden. There is a formal parterre complete with lily pond and a walled garden full of vegetables and flowers. A palm tree avenue leads to a summerhouse.

    Cadhay Garden provides a tranquil setting for the magnificent Elizabethan manor house built in 1550, a tour of which is an option. Full of colour, the garden includes a 120ft herbaceous bed planted with cottage garden plants. There are clematis, roses and lilies as well as two medieval fishponds. The walled garden has been transformed into allotments.

    To download a booking form for this day trip, please click here.