RHS Garden Wisley


Me and my friend and colleague Fernanda Branco visited Wisley Garden in Surrey, England as a part of a one week garden travel with our gardening class.


It was overwhelming days, and I will briefly share with you some of all the interesting impressions we got.

Wisley Gardens is a RHS garden, where the plants are properly marked with names and the areas are parted in themes like: North American Prairie, South African Meadow, Jubilee Arboretum, Orchard, Mediterranean walk, Wild garden, Trial fields, Battleston Hill,  National Heather collection, a era with plants for bugs, Country garden, Jubilee rose garden, Herb garden, Fruit garden, Bonsai walk, vegetable garden, Alpine houses, Rock garden, Walled gardens, Conifer lawn  , a huge Glasshouse with a learning centre and then of course all the facilities with a plant center, coffee shop, restaurant, garden library and children’s play area.

Far too much to catch in a single day! And of course as the seasons changes, there´s always different plants growing, blooming and giving fruits and nuts. Now in the end of May, we are lucky to get to see the beautiful Wisteria, Alliums, spectacular Rhododendron, Iris, Peony and more.

Here comes a collage from the day:

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