News & Blog

The colour purple

This week’s blog is by volunteer gardener, Rachel Everett… “The colour purple has traditionally been associated with rarity and spirituality, royalty and luxury. It spans spectrum colours from the violet

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Something smells good!

By Assistant Head Gardener, Dave Hand… “Is there anything more pleasing than being met by the scent of spring flowers wafting in the air on a warm, sunny, morning? “It

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Bluebells

This week’s blog is by student gardener, Beth Large… “Through the Stream Garden and down into Jubilee woods, the bluebells are starting to appear. Popping up through the wild garlic,

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Renovating the Belgian fence

This week’s blog is by student gardener, Francesca Miles… “Over the past few weeks the horticultural students have spent several days in the Kitchen Garden tying in the beautiful espalier

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The magic of magnolia

This week’s blog is by student gardener, Joe Beeley… “Magnolia originate from south east Asia and the Americas, but are firm favourites in the UK.  “It’s a large, varied, genus,

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Opportunity to study at Aberglasney

Do you have a passion for horticulture and are you interested in pursuing a rewarding, personal development opportunity? Applications are now open for the 2024/25 Aberglasney Student 12-month Bursary scheme.

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Expectations of January

Of all the months of the year, January perhaps isn’t the one you’d have highest expectations for in the garden is it? asks student gardener, Beth Large, in this week’s

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Look up at the trees

Have you ever wondered around a town and looked up, at the disordered roof line, beautiful chimneys and distinctive windows? asks volunteer gardener, Rachel Everett, in this week’s blog… I

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