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In September the gardens at Pashley are a riot of colour with a dazzling display of dahlias complemented by the second flowering of roses, late flowering perennials and other annuals.

Sixty-two varieties of dahlias are planted throughout the garden; pinks in the Rose Garden and along the Terrace beds, sunny yellows in the Golden Beds, purples in the Pool Garden and hot reds and oranges, interspersed with darker burgundys in in the magnificent Herbaceous Borders, which are at their best at this time of year.  As well as sunflowers in reds, chocolate brown and, of course, gorgeous yellows there are elegant exotic cannas and the spiky seed heads and glossy foliage of ricinus in the Herbaceous Borders, sweetly scented heliotropes, their blossoms following the path of the sun through the day in the Rose Walk and Terrace borders, cosmos, gazanias, lavateras and more … the garden is abundant this month!

Through September our Head Gardener will be giving tours of the garden twice a week with a focus on dahlias and dahlia care, and we will have order forms for Bloms Bulbs Dahlias available for anyone who would like to use the garden displays as an inspiration for planning their own gardens (order with Bloms in September for delivery and payment in the spring).

The café, with terrace, serves locally sourced and homemade cakes, scones and light lunches; the shop has gorgeous gifts, souvenirs and plants from the garden, and there are exhibitions of garden sculpture and floral art.  Whether you want to learn more about dahlias or just enjoy the eye-catching displays of these vivid, multi-hued blooms within the summer planting displays do come and spend a day in the gardens during this month of fantastic late summer colour.

DAHLIA TALKS:

Wednesday 8th September 1.30pm

Thursday 9th September 1.30pm

Tuesday 14th September 11.30am

Friday 17th  September 11.30am

Thursday 23rd September at 1.30pm

Saturday 25th September at 1.30pm

No need to pre-book, just sign up for a talk when you arrive on the day and buy your garden ticket.  No charge for the talk; garden entry tickets are the usual price of £12.00.

Event Date:

September 2021 - open Tuesday to Saturday

Opening Times:

10am - 5pm

Entry Price:

£12.00 entrance (Free entry to HH members on these days. The Art Fund offer and CPRE offer are valid during this time). No need to pre-book - tickets are on sale on the gate on the day.
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