Suntrap Garden


Suntrap Open Day

What a great day we had for the Open Day, the sun shone all day.

We had over 400 visitors and raised £700 for Perennial, Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society.

The highlight of the day however, was the visit by the Lord and Lady Provost who came for a one hour visit and enjoyed it so much they stayed for two.

Thank you to everyone for their help and support in making this such a great day.

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Better Herbaceous Borders Workshop – 13 March 2010

There are still places available for this Saturday’s workshop.    It starts at 10.00 am and finishes about 12.00 Noon.  Cost £10.00.

So if you are thinking of renewing a part of the garden or just looking for some ideas why not give us a call and book a place.



Christmas Fayre

We had a great day on Saturday.  The weather stayed dry although very cold.

Thank you to everyone who supported us by taking tables, the Friends for teas, coffees and home baking and for everyone who came along.

If you’re stuck for ideas for Christmas why not  buy a Suntrap gift voucher and let them choose what they would like either from the Plant Centre or from one of our Spring evening classes or workshops.



You don’t see this everyday

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Weather for Suntrap Garden Open Day – Sunday 24 May

I thought I would check out the weather for Sunday, it’s set to be dry and sunny.

It looks like the perfect weather for a trip to our Open Day.

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A busy day in the garden

Weeding and Edging

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Moving Plants

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Watering

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Suntrap Open Day – Sunday 24 May

The annual open day will take place this year on Sunday 24 May 2009 from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.

Entry is £2.00 for adults and £1.00 for concession with proceeds going to Perennial, the Gardeners’ Royal Benevolent Society.

It will feature the usual range of events, garden tours with John Smith at 11.00, 12.00, 2.00 and 3.00,  teas and coffees, plants sales and of course, our beautiful garden almost in full bloom.

It’s always a delightful occasion with the garden full of visitors.

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