Sarah Raven Courses

Two courses with the renowned Sarah Raven at Tithe Barn

From the Sarah Raven team…

6th February 2020 ‘Grow Your Own Cut Flowers’

This course is ideal whether you have been thinking of creating an intensive cutting patch, or just growing a few flowers for the house.  It’s one of Sarah’s classics updated with all she has learnt about growing cut flowers over 25 years.  Come and join us!  We always travel with our pop-up shop plus Arthur Parkinson and Caroline Neville will be assisting me in the demonstrations.

£175 including lunch, 10.30am – 3.30pm, book online at sarahraven.com or call 01424 838000

7th February 2020 ‘Magnificent Pots’

Based on trialling hundreds of container plants over the last few years at my Sussex home, Perch Hill, I will give you lots of design ideas, practical advice and inspiration on colourful and beautiful containers.  We always travel with our pop-up shop plus Arthur Parkinson and Caroline Neville will be assisting me in the demonstrations.

£175 including lunch, 10.30am – 3.30pm, book online at sarahraven.com or call 01424 838000

Sarah Raven with armful of tulips including ‘Exotic Emperor’, ‘Green Star’, ‘Spring Green’, ‘Purissima’, ‘Green Spirit’, ‘Clearwater’, ‘White Parrot’ (or ‘Super Parrot) and ‘Francoise’

About Sarah Raven

Sarah is a woman of many talents: she has worked as a doctor at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and is now a broadcaster, teacher and writer. Since the publication of her first book The Cutting Gardenshe has led the way over the last two decades in introducing a new kind of productive gardening which fuses intense colour, elegance and do-ability, bridging all kinds of gardening from dark rich dahlia glories to subtler smoky modern colours of poppies, roses, sweet peas, and all kinds of vegetable deliciousness. She runs her own gardening and cookery school at Perch Hill in East Sussex, and is the author of many books. She is currently working on a book on colour.

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