Fergus and the garden team at Great Dixter are known for their experimental gardening methods. The result is a garden that changes not only through the seasons but from year to year.
Courses at Great Dixter complement Fergus’ Study Days by illustrating these changes, and helping participants get to grips with the practical side of things.
We are now taking bookings for 2017.
Courses in 2017
The Art and Craft of Gardening
Starting in March 2017, this is an intensive programme for people who want to put the Dixter style of gardening into practice in their own gardens or as part of their work.
The Art and Craft of Garden Design
New in 2017, this course will enable participants to understand how to design a garden, with a particular focus on planting design and the Dixter influence,
Behind the Scenes at Great Dixter
These afternoons offer a detailed monthly snapshot of the garden with one of the garden team. Looking at tasks taking place and plants in flower or looking at their best, attendees can choose to come to one or more of these sessions.
For more information on all our courses and to book please use the tabs to the left or email Catherine Haydock firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01797 254048.