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Parham House & Gardens

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Bromo loo paper

Blog : 6th May 2020

Memories of wartime in lockdown at Parham

The last time that Parham was in a comparable situation to the current pandemic was during the Second World War. Lady Emma Barnard reveals how she finds echoes of those days everywhere, including some surprising wartime rediscoveries. 

Parham nursery salvia plug

Blog : 30th April 2020

It’s prime time for seed sowing

Parham’s Head Gardener Erika Packard explains why now is prime time for seed sowing and reveals her methods for ensuring successful propagation. 

Blog : 8th April 2020

Parham in times of adversity

Lady Emma Barnard recounts how this Elizabethan family home has survived two world wars and centuries of tumult to become a symbol of hope.

Blog : 8th April 2020

Big Kitchen Recipes – Warm rhubarb and smoked mackerel salad

In the first of our monthly series of seasonal recipes, Parham’s chef Neil has created a zingy salad using rhubarb.

Blog : 5th February 2020

Winter at Parham – news from the Garden

Tim Miles, Parham’s Assistant Head Gardener, has been busy pruning Parham’s stunning climbing roses this week. We caught up with him to find out how it should be done. 

Blog : 1st November 2019

Amberley Primary School visit Parham’s Pumpkins

We were delighted to welcome Amberley Primary School’s Acorn Class here earlier this month to see our latest pumpkin trial and learn more about growing and harvesting this seasonal squash.

Blog : 21st October 2019

Introducing our new Artist in Residence, Diana de Vere Cole

We are delighted to announce that the artist Diana de Vere Cole has been appointed as our Artist in Residence for 2019 – 2020.