Rose Alchemy Aromatherapy Workshop at Borde Hill Garden

Date: Saturday 15 June 2024

From 10am until 1.30pm on Saturday 15th June 2024. Capture the magic of roses by infusing, mixing and making rose-inspired skin care products to take home. This workshop is an opportunity to take more than a moment to stop and smell the roses. Learn how to capture the scent of your favourite rose, about the art of extraction, and how to make a rose petal-infused oil, a rose lip balm and a rose-perfumed oil. Participants will design, make and take home products using precious, organic ingredients. There will be a short walk in the Rose Garden with pruning shears! For more information and to book your place, please click here. Borde Hill Garden in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1XP. Borde Hill Garden has been planted with passion by four generations of the Stephenson Clarke family. The garden nestles in 200 acres of English Heritage listed Parkland and Woodland. This special event gives visitors the chance to admire the beauty of Borde Hill’s Rose Garden at its peak.  Take the opportunity to be immersed in the scents of 750 David Austin rose plants and enjoy the experience of 100 different rose varieties filling the air with their divine perfume. If you’re thinking of planting roses in your own garden, the Rose Garden at Borde Hill can help you select your favourite plants, as this garden contains the most popular roses developed by David Austin, including Rosa ‘Gertrude Jekyll’, ‘Winchester Cathedral’ and ‘Graham Thomas’. Visitors can explore the most popular roses sold in the last 12 months (in the UK), including Rosa ‘Olivia Rose Austin’, ‘Lady Emma Hamilton’, and ‘Darcy Bussell’. During Borde Hill Garden’s Rose Celebration, visitors can get hints and tips on rose growing and can purchases roses in Borde Hill Garden’s nursery. If you’re thinking of becoming a regular visitor, why not become a Friend of Borde Hill?  For all the details of how to become a friend, please click here. Find more information on Borde Hill Gardens, here.
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