© 2024 Hoop Health Ltd. All rights reserved.
Great Big Green Week Festival: Growing Flowers for Cutting photo

Great Big Green Week Festival: Growing Flowers for Cutting

National Trust logo

National Trust

  • 10 June 2024
  • 11:0012:00
  • See organiser for pricing
  • Ages 0 – 18 years


Our senior gardener is leading this free 'walk and talk' event on growing cut flowers as part of Scotney's Great Big Green Week Festival.

Join our senior gardener this Great Big Green Week as she shares her secrets on how to grow flowers for cutting. Supercharge your gardening efforts with information about the range of different flowers you can grow, how different varieties of flower attract different pollinators, and how to extend the flowering period to keep those blooms coming.

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

Call 0344 249 1895 Book your car parking as well as your place on the tour in order to guarantee entry.

Meet at the Garden noticeboard on the garden side of Visitor Entrance.

Comfortable shoes for walking are recommended.

Steep inclines in the garden. Hard-surface paths suitable for wheelchairs and powered mobility vehicles. No WCs in garden.

Many of our cut flower beds are in the walled garden where only assistance dogs are permitted.

Scotney Castle Events

Join us for a week long programme of green-themed walks, talks and tours for Great Big Green Week.

This Great Big Green Week, come and meet the rangers who survey for snakes. Reptiles are an important part of the Scotney ecosystem and we regularly conduct surveys to monitor reptile numbers and species.

Teazels, cowslips, toadflax, vetch ... Discover the wildflower paintings of contemporary landscape artist, Nessie Ramm, displayed both inside the old castle and doors and as a trail in the garden.

Join one of our estate guides on a tour around Scotney's woods and parklands to see seasonal flora and fauna and learn about the history of Scotney. This tour is included in your entry to Scotney.


  • Tunbridge Wells
  • Kent
  • TN3 8JN
Marker pin
Activity image

View on Google Maps

No reviews

Help other parents and carers understand National Trust better by leaving a review. You can do this by downloading the mobile app.

Download the app to view more activities