- Friends seed list and coach trips announced
Friends seed list and coach trips announced
Every year, since 1970, a small team of volunteers collect,
clean and pack over seeds from the gardens so members of the
Friends of Ness Gardens can grow some of the plants they have
admired at Ness in their own garden. The seeds are free, with
members able to order up to 20 packets.
year's seed list can be downloaded here, together with our free
guide to seed sowing.
A further benefit of joining the Friends is an annual programme
of days out to gardens across the UK, which this year includes
trips to the new RHS flower show at Chatsworth and Harewood House
set within 1,000 acres of parkland designed by Capability
years days out programme including details of how to book can be
The seed list and coach trip programme are only two of many
benefits of joining the Friends, which includes free entry
to Ness all year round, with 80% of your membership gifted directly
to Ness to support the Garden.
start from as little as £25. You can find out more about joining
the Friends here.
From left to right Echium pininana, Primula
bulleyana and Sorbus rosea all available for members
to grow via the 2017 seedlist.
20 March 2017