Ham House and Garden
A unique 17th-century treasure trove
Ham House’s Head Gardener Rosie Fyles is gardening for nature and people in a 17th-century walled garden in London’s heart. Take a glimpse behind the scenes in this regular blog.
Even though our garden volunteers were at home during lockdown, that doesn't mean they stopped gardening. Check out what this green-thumbed group got up to.
Ham House is helping its historic River Thames neighbour with a special delivery of hay, as part of English Heritage’s Marble Hill Revived programme.
The Ham House Garden team has made a breakthrough in the battle against the destructive box moth caterpillar, giving a beacon of hope to gardeners.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Ham House and Garden on the National Trust Collections website