Barn Garden Open Days at Tom Stuart-Smiths Garden near St Albans

Heather spotted this, the garden is very near St Albans and well worth visiting, original source over here:

A Day in the Garden with Tom Stuart-Smith and the Garden Museum

12 May, 14 July and 15 September 2014

Come and spend a day with one of Britain’s most influential contemporary landscape designers, Tom Stuart-Smith.

As a Trustee of the Garden Museum, and on behalf of its Development Appeal, Tom will talk about his garden at the Barn, on three occasions, at three different times of the year – May, July and September, when it is not normally open to the public.

Each day will include a tour, a talk from Tom about the garden at that time of year, a delicious lunch, and the opportunity to wander round both the Barn garden and, over the road, the gardens at Serge Hill (now gardened by his sister Kate) – where Tom grew up.

Or you could just drop in for the afternoon to explore both gardens, and enjoy a cup of tea and slice of homemade cake. Places for the full day visit are limited.

  • Please book in advance for a full day visit (11.00- 15.00) to include a tour and talk by Tom with lunch – £85
  • Drop in for the afternoon (14.30 – 17.30, no booking required) with tea served in the gardens – £15

For booking and further information please contact Rebecca Nicholl at the Garden Museum: 020 7401 8865,

All proceeds support the creation of the Garden Design Archive, to preserve the future legacies of great garden designers and makers, part of the Garden Museum Development Appeal

The Garden Museum is a Registered Charity, No. 1088221

A May Day at Serge Hill with Tom Stuart-Smith, 12th May 14
A July Day at Serge Hill with Tom Stuart-Smith, 14th July 14
A September Day at Serge Hill with Tom Stuart-Smith, 15th Sept 14

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