London School of Horticulture

The London School of Horticulture provides classroom-based gardening and horticulture courses outside the traditional college environment.  All courses are taught in small groups with experienced and qualified tutors.  We cater for students with all levels of experience from enthusiastic beginner gardeners, amateurs and career changers to seasoned gardeners and professionals.

Mondays 10am – 1pm


Courses in May 2022 in Telegraph Hill:

Monday 9th & Monday 16th May: Making the Most of Your Garden (2-part course)

Whether it’s large or small or even if it’s just an outside space or windowsill, come and learn how to make the most of it!  Develop your understanding of what is already there and how it can be enhanced.  Our aim is for you to go away with a plan for what to do next or at the very least a knowledge of the potential of your space.Monday 23rd May:  Planting Neighbourhood Spaces (half-day course)

A how-to guide to improving your neighbourhood with plants.   Around trees, in the park, outside the doctor’s surgery, in that unloved space currently used as a litter bin, there are so many places it can be done.  This half-day workshop will help you get started: from choosing and procuring plants to planting and caring for them, as well as the nuts and bolts of recruiting volunteers and even raising money. A really useful course for anybody with the time and inclination to improve their urban surroundings, and a chance to meet others doing the same thing.


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Want to hire a space?

Telegraph Hill Centre has has a variety of spaces available to hire when they’re not being used for regular weekly activities.