Planting starts in earnest at EVWG in temperatures of 25 Degrees!


Well, Spring has well and truly arrived! There is lots of planting going on at the gardens now, both in readiness for our forthcoming Plant Sale (see ‘Forthcoming Events’ Section) and for our vegetable, fruit and herb planting programme. Here you can see Kate, our new fundraiser, helping prepare the ground for beetroot, with the support … Continue reading Planting starts in earnest at EVWG in temperatures of 25 Degrees!

Peacock Butterflies herald the start of Spring at EVWG – at last?


It was such a lovely sunny day at the walled garden yesterday (Monday 10th April), with butterflies and bumblebees flying around the gardens. Our vegetables, especially the rhubarb is growing quickly – why not pop along between 10am and 3pm to see what we have for sale? There are sightings of unusual birdlife too… A … Continue reading Peacock Butterflies herald the start of Spring at EVWG – at last?

Monday’s Art Class proudly display the Welsh Dragon.


Gareth, John, Dan, Cath and Hilary have finished their Red Welsh Dragon, after weeks of hard work in the Monday Art Class. The fiery flames coming from its mouth are reaching the wheel made in the Tuesdays Craft Class. Our education room is always colourful with examples of our student’s work, and everyone feels a … Continue reading Monday’s Art Class proudly display the Welsh Dragon.

Winter has certainly arrived at the Gardens.


Last Friday 8th December brought heavy snow fall around Wrexham, and we had to close the gardens, as neither staff nor students could get out of their homes easily -although Jane did make it in! Following heavy snowfall over the weekend, and especially on Sunday, we were forced to close the project again on Monday, although … Continue reading Winter has certainly arrived at the Gardens.