Sculpture at Kingham Lodge

1–9 May

Held as part of Oxfordshire Artweeks as well as opening on the Wednesday for the NGS. Spread over 5 acres, the delightful Cotswold garden at Kingham Lodge will display 400 works of art and owner Chris Stockwell is able to grow a wide and unusual variety of plants, including a stunning range of azaleas and rhododendrons as well as many other trees and shrubs. Covid secure through free pre-booked tickets and careful site planning. Further information and booking here

NGS Heritage Collection online talks: £10 each

https://ngs.org.uk/product-category/online-events/online-talks-april-may-the-heritage-collection/

Tuesday 4 May, 7pm: Iford Manor Garden: evolution not revolution, by William and Marianne Cartwright-Hignett

Tuesday 11 May, 7pm: Sandringham: a much-loved royal country garden, by Martin Woods, Head Gardener at Sandringham, introduced by George Plumptre

Tuesday 18 May, 7pm: Minterne Himalayan Garden – 250 years of development, by Henry Digby (Owner) and Mark Bobin (Head Gardener)

Tuesday 25 May, 7pm: London’s oldest botanic garden: Chelsea Physic Garden, by Tinx Newton and Katy Parry

Garden Museum Literary Festival

Friday 2 and Saturday 3 July:  Helmingham Hall, hosted by Edward and Sophie Tollemache. Tickets from £90 per day.

https://gardenmuseum.org.uk/events/garden-museum-literary-festival-2021/