Rainy weather won’t stop you from having fun this half-term at RHS Rosemoor – discover a whole new World on Your Windowsill this February with a week of fun family activities.
This holiday programme of events is jam-packed with gardening activities, crafting, and the chance to leave with handmade items that will brighten up the home. Whatever the weather, families will be able to get inspired about growing indoors, learn to sow seeds and look after plants.
Build your own marimo pet terrarium, get growing with bean germinating experiments and edible windowboxes or create your very own sun catcher. Or head out into the garden and hunt down plants that can also live indoors!
Houseplants in the Wild trail
Saturday 11 – Sunday 19 February
10am – 5pm, self-led trail
Adventure outdoors and follow our houseplant-themed trail around the garden, and discover all kinds of plants that can be grown indoors along the way. Many of the houseplants will be available to purchase from the RHS Garden Centre.
*Build your own marimo pet terrarium
Monday 13 – Friday 17 February,
10.30am, 11am, 11.30am, 12noon, 2pm, 2.30pm and 3pm, Garden Room
These velvety green spheres are native to Japan and are often given as gifts as a token of love, affection and good luck. Create your own little world for one of the most popular aquarium plants in the world to take home and care for.
*£2.50 per child
Drop-in family activities
Monday 13 – Friday 17 February
Drop-in sessions at 10.30am – 12.30pm and 2pm – 3.45pm, Garden Room
Make a beautiful sun catcher, join in on our bean-germinating experiments, or create your very own edible window box for your windowsill.
*World of Bubbles with Captain Coconut
Monday 13 & Thursday 16 February,
11am, 12noon & 2pm, Small Garden Room
Discover a 'World of Bubbles with Captain Coconut' – with bubbles inside bubbles, bubbles inside a bee’s honeycomb and even a tower of bubbles, this 30 minute show is certain to wow your world!
*£2.50 per child
Garden admission applies; free to RHS members and children under 5. Activities are included with garden admission (unless marked *).
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