News

  • Moth Night

    The garden had its first ever moth night on 28th July. The light traps were set by David Brewster and...

  • The Vine House Café

    The heat has finally taken its toll on the wonderful staff of The Vine House Café and they are working...

  • August – Sit back and enjoy the colour

    Thinking on from my last blog about enjoying what the garden has to offer I took myself for a walk...

  • July – Trying to catch up

    I don’t know if one can try to catch up ferociously, but if it is indeed a thing then I...

  • Join our team

    Part-time seasonal kiosk assistant at Helmsley Walled Garden We are looking for someone to join our dynamic team at the...

  • June – Laburnum and iris

    The Iris Border has really started to bloom this week, the peonies are opening up and (the bit I am...

  • The Vine House Café is not serving hot food today

    12th June 2022 The Vine House Café will only be able to serve cakes, their delicious scones and drinks today...

  • May – Labyrinths in the garden and beyond

    I did two things this week that I don’t do often enough. I walked round the garden first thing and,...

  • April – the cruellest month?

    Today is April 1st and as I write it is sleeting outside. Ten minutes ago it was brilliant sunshine and...

  • March – sculpture, herbs and wool

    In a bit of a first we opened the garden for the year in early March. It was something of...

  • Garden photography workshop

    Ryedale Garden Photography workshops are back this spring and autumn with a range of different events at the region’s best...

  • Plant a tree for the Jubilee

    We were delighted to welcome the Lord-Lieutenant of North Yorkshire, Jo Ropner to the garden to plant a tree for...