Events

June Workshops at Culpeper!

7 - 9pm, Thursday, 22nd June: Drawing
Come and draw in the garden! An informal workshop for all abilities - come and learn about the plants in the garden through drawing and observation - suggested donation £7 waged, £2 unwaged.

11.30 - 12.30, Friday 23rd June: Propagation
Propagation: softwood cuttings, work alongside our volunteers and learn to create your own plants through soft tip cuttings at our Friday volunteer session. Free.

10am - 12pm, Saturday 24th June: Hanging Baskets
Do you have an old hanging basket in a shed or cupboard? Bring it along on and give it a new lease of life and plant up a beautiful
hanging basket which will give you joy all summer long (new baskets are available!). Cost £20 £10 (members/ concessions)

To book your place please email gardenworker@gmail.com or call 020 7833 3951, www.culpeper.org.uk

Summer Arts!

10 days of free garden-based children's arts workshops!

Come and learn, play and explore - weekdays 12 - 4pm, 7th - 18th August.

All welcome

Spring Plant Sale!

Sunday 14th May 11 - 2pm

Plants, tea and cake, in the garden at it's best!

Come and enjoy...

Garden plots available at Culpeper!

Do you love growing flowers and other ornamental plants? We have a few plots available at Culpeper which are looking for new caring owners. We will supply tools and help and advice so you do not need to be an experienced gardener - you just need energy, time, and enthusiasm.

The plots at Culpeper are for people who do not have a garden of their own and who live in the local area - map of our catchment area here, and please contact us if you are interested in a plot or have any questions:

info@culpeper.org.uk

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Summer Arts 2016!

Come and enjoy 10 days of free children's art workshops at the garden! Our summer arts project is free and open to all.
This year it will run 12 - 4pm weekdays, from 8 - 19 August 2016.

We will be making masks, using natural dyes, printing t-shirts and capes and all sorts of garden based adventures!

Here are a few things we made last year:

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Spring Plant Sale!

Date for your diary - Sunday 8th May 12 - 3pm is Culpeper's Spring Plant sale 2016

Chilli seeds are up and away, alongside sweet peas, beans and herbs, and we'll have our trusty collection of hardy perennials that can cope with the toughest places in your garden. Affordable prices and homemade refreshments available.

Spring trip to Kew Gardens

Monday 21st March

Spring is here and we're off to Kew Gardens to see it unfold in all its glory!
All members and volunteers welcome. We'll take a picnic and hope for sunshine.

Let us know if you'd like to come.
020 7833 3951 or email

Members Workday, Sunday 21st February at 11am

The weekend Members Workday is for Plot-holders, supporting members and volunteers to come and help maintain the communal areas of the Garden. We will be pruning shrubs, scarifying the lawn and sowing seeds.
Free lunch provided!

Botanical Illustration workshop

We're lucky to have Louise O'Reilly coming to teach a Botanical Illustration workshop at the garden. No experience is needed - you will be guided through the steps to create your own study. We're able to offer the workshop free thanks to support from the Co-operative Community Fund. Grown-ups only this time - children's summer arts will be in august!

2 - 5pm, Thursday 21st May at Culpeper Community Garden

Trip to Kew Gardens

We will be going to the beautiful Kew Gardens on Monday 30th of March with members, volunteers, members of our Elfrida Gardening Group and Southwood Smith Gardening Group.

If you would like to come please contact us to book your place:
info@culpeper.org.uk

Wreath Making workshop

Come and make your own festive wreath with holly, ivy and berries from the garden.

The workshop is free and all are welcome.

2 - 4pm, Thursday, 18 December 2014

The Strawberry Tea

Every year we invite 100 local pensioners for tea! Strawberry Dave from Chapel Market, donates all the strawberries, members and volunteers bake hundreds of scones, whip cream, carry chairs and serve gallons of tea.