Monthly Garden Update: April In the latest instalment of our new monthly garden updates, Garden Manager Andrew Bentley tells us about the latest exciting developments in the gardens as spring comes to Chawton House Library. This Allium flower in the [...]
An afternoon of talks on representing and experiencing the garden in the eighteenth-century Atlantic world. This event is organized by the Southampton Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies in conjunction with the Sydney Intellectual History Network. It is free to attend, but [...]
Our new herb garden, in a section of the Walled Garden here at Chawton House Library, was officially opened by Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Mr Nigel Atkinson, on the 14th of July. It is a tribute to Elizabeth [...]
Since April this year Rebecca has had the opportunity to train for two days per week in the beautiful gardens of Chawton House Library.
The glorious gardens here at Chawton House Library are bursting into bloom just in time for Chawton Open Gardens this weekend!
Head Gardener Alan Bird writes about the wonderful sights and smells around the grounds this May.
Two of our Visiting Fellows have been keeping a keen eye on the birds that sing, swoop, hop and nest around the estate.
Chawton House Library was featured on the BBC Glorious Gardens from Above, Hampshire episode.
I was asked to review Jackie Bennett’s The Writer's Garden: How Gardens Inspired Our Best Loved Authors by merit of my horticultural background.