RHS Nursery Events

Please phone on 01480 497 672 or email Luke@Darcyeverest.co.uk. to book a place on any of these events.


Join RHS Master Growers and RHS Chelsea Gold medalist award winning nursery owners Luke & Laura Whiting for a tour of D'Arcy & Everest nursery. You will be shown techniques from propagating to planting and maintaining a modern alpine or traditional alpine garden.

Please wear suitable footware and clothing in case of poor weather.

  • Tea/coffee, biscuits and some savoury snacks will be provided. Please feel free to bring some lunch with you and have a picnic in our gardens.

BOOKING for Nursery Tour

  •   £18 per person for non RHS members
  •   £14 per person for RHS members

Please click here to book a place.

DATES for Nursery Tour

  • Tuesday 28th May 10am-1pm
  • Thursday 20th June 10am-1pm
  • Thursday 25th July 10am-1pm SOLD OUT

Gardening clubs and societies are welcome to contact us for private tours with a minimum number of 15 people.

Sempervivum & Alpine Workshops 2019

We have brought back an old favourite event, the Sempervivum Workshop with an added addition of an Alpine version. We will show you how to use sempervivums/alpines and other associated plants using terracotta pots and boxes provided by D'Arcy & Everest to make interesting displays similar to ones we do for the RHS shows. All materials are included in cost. All you need to do is make sure you have good footwear and appropriate clothing for the day, and enjoy yourself. This is very much a hands on event so be prepared to get mucky!

Sempervivum & Alpine workshops will take place of a morning 10am-12:30pm

  • Tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided

BOOKING for Sempervivum and Alpine Workshop

  • £43 per person for non RHS members
  • £35 per person for RHS members

Please click here to book a place.

DATES for Sempervivum and Alpine Workshops

  • Saturday 27th July
  • Saturday 31st August

This type of event is also open to Garden Clubs that would like to visit the nursery. Please phone for information.

Alpine plants come in all sizes and work in many garden locations

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