Natural Tea Blending at Rowallane

Tea Blending at Rowallane

Camellias are woodland plants found in eastern and southern Asia, The leaves of the Camellia are processed to create the popular beverage, tea.

With every cup, we're also giving our bodies a boost – and not just from caffeine.

Tea is a really great source of antioxidants which have the power to ward off disease and neutralize naturally occurring that damage throughout the body. Research has shown that high antioxidant intake from food can decrease one's risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease and more.

To celebrate the NI Year of food and drink drop into Rowallane Garden café for an insight into natural tea blending  where the specific health benefits will be revealed and taste some of our own Garden blends using herbs to create infusions.

Each session last 30 mins. Sat 16 & Sun 17 April 2016 .6 & Sun 17 April 2016 .

Upcoming events

Spring Sensory Walk

Fri 01 Mar 2019
10:00-18:00
Pick up a copy of our "Spring Sensory Walk" and discover new ways to interact with our garden with this self-led walk.

Flower Pressing Session

Sat 30 Mar 2019
11:00-12:00
Learn about the techniques of flower pressing. Our gardeners will show you how and why its important to press flowers, and share a few tips on how to speed up the process. Great fun for families.

Fun in the Garden

Thu 18 Apr 2019
10:00-18:00
Hop down to Rowallane for some Fun in The Garden.

Cadbury's Easter Egg Hunt

Fri 19 Apr 2019
10:30-15:00
Hop along for a family fun day out exploring the nooks and crannies around the beautiful garden while following the clues to get an Easter surprise. Fun for everyone. Egg trail £1.50 per child

Spring Plant Fair

Sat 04 May 2019
11:00-16:00
A wonderful opportunity to purchase plants from a range of specialist plant stalls, as well as from Rowallane Garden. Normal Admission Members Free

Tiger Who Came to Tea

Fri 10 May 2019
10:00-16:00
Get up close to the beloved art work from from Judith Kerr's much-loved children's book,'The Tiger Who Came To Tea' at Rowallane Garden.