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Spoil your dad rotten this Father’s Day – 21 June, with something special from the RHS.
If your dad loves gardening, then he’s going to love spending his day at an RHS garden – enjoying the gardening delights on offer.
While you’re there you can treat him to a meal at our tastebud tingling restaurants, buy him something special from the RHS shops or a plant that he’s been desperate to get his hands on at the RHS plant centres.
Over the Fathers day weekend (20 and 21 June), send your dad on a special Father’s Day Survival Skills course at RHS Garden Wisley. Join forces as a family and take the survival trail around the garden, where native gardening tribes will develop your skills in den building, agility and camouflage. It’s free with normal garden entry.
Hugh Johnson in The Garden
And if your dad is the kind of guy who likes to read about gardening rather than doing it, here’s your chance to win a copy of a superb new book. Hugh Johnson wrote for many years in the RHS journal The Garden under his pseudonym of Tradescant. Now these musings, thoughts and observations from Tradescant’s Diary are available all in one place. Hugh Johnson in The Garden is regarded as the best garden diary of our time and there are five copies to give away free in the RHS prize draw. To take part and stand the chance of winning a copy simply click here to enter the prize draw
Free with normal garden entry:
Children aged 6- 16 £2
RHS Members and Kids Under 6 – FREE
No pre-booking required
RHS Garden Wisley
Just off the A3 near J10 of the M25
Where do I find out more?
See the Fun Kids review of RHS Wisley