Walk: Changing Seasons in the Garden

Category: Activities, Nature

Start Date: 24/10/2019 14:00

End Date: 24/10/2019 15:00

Location: Knoll Gardens

Booking Essential: Yes

Description: One of four new seasonal walks, Changing Seasons in the Garden offers a unique opportunity to spend time with Neil Lucas as part of Knoll’s 25-year anniversary celebrations. Each walk focuses on the garden’s changing seasonal highlights; from spectacular individual plants to mass plantings of Knoll’s acclaimed grasses, and the rare and unusual trees and shrubs that form the backbone of the garden. Find out a little more about Neil’s 25 years at Knoll, his aim to have a flower in bloom on every day of the season, and how he is looking after the garden’s wildlife. Book all four walks to experience the spectacular seasonal changes that take place every year at Knoll, watching grasses come from ground level to five or six feet high in a matter of weeks and enjoying the garden’s annual journey from the first spring shoots of bright greens to the stunning glow of autumn colour. £10 per walk or £35 for all four. Book online http://www.knollgardens.co.uk/events/ or call 01202 873931 Please let us know you saw us on What's On in Dorset!

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E-mail: enquiries@knollgardens.co.uk

Telephone: 01202 873931

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