This family group workshop will provide you with the opportunity to be creative with clay. No previous experience necessary - all ages welcome! Be inspired by totem poles, create your family characters out of clay and have fun learning the skills of ceramics...[more...]
Herb garden – contains over 200 plants with a variety of culinary and medicinal uses.
Biodynamic Garden – opened in 2007 it was the first and only of its kind open to the public. More…
Bee Apiary – see the beehives close up with the help of The Coventry Beekeepers.
Exotic Garden – opening June 2011, a Cuban style garden showing how people grow as much food as possible in a small space with limited resources. More….
Small Organic Garden – was originally made for Channel Four’s “All Muck and Magic” series, it shows how even a small space can be both productive and attractive.
Top Fruit Gardens – contains apples, pears, plums, quince, medlars and cherry trees.
Flowers for Pleasure – enclosed by a holly and beech hedge, this garden contains bulbs and perennial flowers for colour, scent and cutting. More….
All Weather Garden – shows how you can grow a variety of vegetables all year round.
Woodland Garden – a tranquil garden with many unusual woodland plants, including edible plants suitable for shade.
Rose Garden – provides wonderful scent in the summer months and contains varieties that are resistant to blackspot and mildew. More….
Allotment Garden – shows foodgrowing, crop rotation, together with pest and disease control. More….
“Growth” Therapy Garden – promotes gardening for people with disabilities and the garden makes the most of raised beds and aromatic plants.
The Mount – an ideal place to view the whole site.
Bee Garden – all the plants are attractive to bees and have been chosen to provide flowers over a long season and show the essential role bees play in pollinating many fruit and vegetable crops. More….
Memorial Garden – dedicated to our founder Lawrence D. Hills and his wife Cherry, this garden was built for people with visual impairment.
RSPB Wildlife Garden – is designed to offer food for birds all year round through the choice of plants and the insects they attract. More….
Fruitful Schools Orchard – planted in 2010 the orchard contains rare local fruit trees including the three Warwickshire apples.
Children’s Garden – a place for them to let off steam with musical instruments, a willow tunnel and Swiss Style Chalet playhouse.
Craftsman’s Trees – this area contains 21 different trees which had important uses in the past. More….
Compost and Soil Fertility – is a display on how to look after your soil, compost bins, wormery and green manures.
Cook’s Garden – features unusual herbs, vegetables and fruit. Some part of every plant in this garden is edible. More….
Paradise Garden – is spilt into 2 parts, a town and country garden. More….
Soft Fruit Garden – contains many different varieties of raspberry, gooseberry, red currant, blackcurrant Logan berry and many more. More….
Low maintenance planting – this area demonstrates an alternative and imaginative approach to planting large areas of land requiring minimum maintenance.
Ryton Gardens is the home of Garden Organic, the national charity for organic growing. It offers 10 acres of beautiful organic demonstration gardens to create a unique visitor experience in the heart of England.