Pelargonium 'Pink Champagne'Pelargoniums in the Glasshouse
9 May–7 June

Enjoy a vibrant display of Wisley’s Pelargonium collection, featuring many different types such as regal, scented leaf, and zonal. This year’s display evokes the feeling of warmer lands, using additional plants such as tender lavenders, cycads and agaves.

Owl of few words, by Marjan WoudaWellers at Wisley
16 May–14 June

Wellers Auctioneers will be offering a fine array of 20th-century, modern and contemporary sculptures sourced specifically for Wisley. The auction will be online only, with bids accepted throughout the viewing period.
Visit the Wellers website to make a bid



 

Girl looking at a pansyMay half term: Super power flowers - 23–31 May

Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty this May half term! Learn about the super powers of flowers, have fun with craft activities, watch bird of prey displays, and vote for your favourite mini show garden.
More about May half term at Wisley

Children potting up plantsBudding Gardeners Competition - 23–31 May

Visit Seven Acres to see the mini show gardens created by schools across the South East and London, using the theme of 'Wonderland'. Entries will be judged on innovation, imagination, use of recycled items, and a good selection of plants. Don't forget to vote for your favourite garden to win the coveted People’s Choice Award.

Barn owl in flightBirds of prey - 30–31 May

Marvel at these magnificent birds. A great day out to discover all about birds of prey, with agility displays at 11am and 2pm.



 

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Wild roses in the Wisley Garden Library - 1 June–31 July

A chance to see charming images of species roses from the RHS Lindley Library’s art collection. 11am – 4pm.
More about the Wisley Garden Library





 

Clematis 'Ooh-La-La'RHS & NGS Fundraising Evening
19 June

Enjoy an exclusive evening and preview of the new All About Plants weekend, with more than 25 plant societies and groups. All funds raised will be for horticultural trainees. From 6pm–9pm, entry charge applies to Members and Non-members.

Tickets: adult £10, child £8, book your tickets now.

Exhibitor talking to visitorsAll about Plants - 20–21 June

All about Plants is a major new event celebrating plants, past present and future. Meet Plant Societies, get expert advice, buy quality plants and more.
More about All about Plants


 

Petal to PotPetal to Pot - 20–21 June

Come along and taste a range of delicious teas as we celebrate the nation's favourite brew. There's also a chance to purchase your favourite to take home.
More about Petal to Pot



 

Father with daughter on shouldersChallenge dad on Father’s Day weekend - 20 & 21 June

Celebrate Father’s Day weekend in the garden by getting messy with us! Make your own seeded paper in different shapes and sow alyssum 'Wonderland Deep Rose' with Dad. 10.30am - 12.30pm & 1.30 - 4.30pm.

 

Fuchsia 'Dollar Prinzessin'Fuchsia display in the Glasshouse
20 June–24 August

A colourful and exciting display of the Wisley Fuchsia collection featuring a variety of sizes and colours. There will be demonstrations of basket grown and large standards of this household favourite.

Seasonal fruitFlavoursome Fridays
3 July–4 September (inclusive)

Every Friday, between 1.30pm and 3.30pm, try a selection of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Also take the opportunity to pick up tips on cultivation from the RHS Fruit and Vegetable team.


RHS Garden Wisley after hoursWisley Late
9 July - 6pm–9pm (last entry 8pm)

Make the most of our late evening opening at RHS Garden Wisley. Enjoy an evening stroll and experience the tranquillity of Wisley after hours.

There will also be a guided tour of the garden and 20% off at the Plant Centre, Gift & Book Shop from 5pm.

Small noctule batBat Walk
9 July - 9pm

A free addition to the Wisley Late evening, stay an extra hour to discover the hidden inhabitants of the garden with the Surrey Bat Group. Places are free but limited, book by emailing Wisley events or call Jayne Stonestreet on 01483 226 508.

Visitors attending are advised to bring a small torch, wear sensible footwear and at that time of year insect repellent might be advisable.

 

Aerial acrobatsArts Fest
18–19 July

A gardening-inspired weekend of artistic fun and festivity set in a beautiful summer garden. Activities are for all to enjoy from the age of five years upwards. These include: performance arts, craft demonstrations and workshops, poetry tent and literary talks, aerial acrobat and giant puppets.

More details will follow shortly.

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