Agapanthus Festival 2023
Join us in celebrating the stunning Agapanthus also known as the African Lily. We will be showing off these beautiful plants between Saturday 22nd and Sunday 30th July in our Garden Centre, With a talk and demonstration on Saturday 22nd July.
Saturday 22nd to Sunday 30th July - 9am and 5.30pm
Come and see our fabulous displays of Agapanthus inside our Garden Centre. Large specimen pots, showing just how large and lovely these plants grow to.
Be inspired to buy the varieties you want to grow in your garden and get advice from our plant expert.
Our on site café - Steff's Kitchen, will be open to enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch. Then browse around Patrick's Patch to see our productive fruit and vegetable garden located opposite.
No need to book - just come along. If you wish to join the Agapanthus talk, see below.
Saturday 22nd July - 10am
Beaulieu Village Hall
Patrick Fairweather will present a 30 minute talk about breeding, trialling and growing Agapanthus and offer guidance on how to choose the best varieties for pots and borders. A 30 minute demonstration will follow on how to look after Agapanthus including watering, feeding and dividing. Some examples of recent Agapanthus introductions will be displayed around the hall.
Talk entry Fee: £10 per person, to include a free entry to win £100 Of Fairweather's Gift Vouchers. (Proceeds shared between the National Garden Scheme and Plant Heritage)
TOURS OF PATRICK'S PATCH
Saturday 22nd July -11.30am and 2pm
Join us after the Agapanthus talk or after lunch in Patrick's Patch, our productive vegetable and fruit garden. Run by our Rachel our Head Gardener, volunteers and with help from local school children, we are able to supply our café with produce.
No need to book.