This one-day course will explore the ideals of beauty, usefulness and pleasing aromas in the garden.
Whether your aim is a wildflower garden having a natural appearance, an ordered knot garden or a selection of potted herbs to brighten and transform a balcony or patio, there will be something for everyone.
Get to know a wide range of herbs through images, herbarium specimens and an all-important walk to the Queen’s Garden at Kew to see the plants growing and literally smell the roses!
Christina Stapley has been growing, studying and using herbs for forty years. She has a degree in phytotherapy and, as a member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy, practised as a medical herbalist for many years.
She is an RHS lecturer and has presented to a wide variety of groups, guilds and societies on all aspects of growing and using herbs, including in crafts.