The Garden of St Erth
Relax over the best coffee in town, enjoy delicious lunches or treat yourself with a scrumptious dessert.
Find out about taking a group garden tour.
Discover a hidden garden gem that has something to offer the visitor with every season
Shop for all your favourite Diggers seeds, plants and garden hardware and be sure to ask our team for garden advice.
Workshops at St Erth
13 September 2015 11:00
Make growing wildflowers a successful pleasure, while also improving your garden's health by encouraging beneficial bugs!
20 September 2015 11:00
In this workshop we will discuss how wicking beds work and offer some possible ideas for their construction.
26 September 2015 11:00
Learn what tasty and interesting delights can be found as weeds in your own backyard!
27 September 2015 11:00
Did you know that by growing mutually beneficial or 'companion' plants together you'll create a balanced ecosystem in your garden?
17 October 2015 11:00
Don't just admire your flowers, eat them! There is a whole range of flowers you can grow that are not only edible but taste great too.
18 October 2015 11:00
We show you the best type of chicken for you and how to care for these amazing animals.
08 November 2015 11:00
Composting is one the most important skills a gardener can have. It improves the soil, provides the best food for plants, and increases the water holding capacity of soil.
15 November 2015 10:00
This fascinating and informative workshop provides an intimate look at the life of bees. A must for anyone who grows their own fruit and vegetables or wants a hive of their own.
22 November 2015 11:00
Our morning class will teach you how to utilise the plants in your garden and ingredients in your pantry to make your own skin care products.
22 November 2015 14:00
Our afternoon class will take it to the next level, combining essential oils, everyday food items and specialised raw ingredients to make moisturisers, lip balms and more.
29 November 2015 11:00
With a bit of planning and a few tricks it's possible to have fresh vegetables from your garden at any time of year regardless of your climate.