Find out what's going on in the garden, with Kent expert Neil Miller's regular updates...
Brewing of a green hopped beer has started after 2020's first harvest of a communal hop growing farm
There's space to run and play, and activities for all ages this summer holidays with the National Trust's sites across Kent and over the border.
A group of allotment holders are opening their pride and joy to visitors as part of this week's National Gardens Scheme.
Discover summer colour, history and a record breaker at these immaculate Kentish gardens
A charity is urging us all to join its annual survey to assess the health of our environment simply by counting butterflies.
The RSPB wants people to share how they have learnt to love nature during lockdown for a national celebration during July.
Skylarks and wildlife have returned to the White Cliffs of Dover thanks to a campaign with Dame Vera Lynn which reached its goal in three weeks.
Flower fans have a chance to see a floral sight for the first time in 26 years as Lullingstone Castle's World Garden reopens to visitors.
Glorious gardens across the county are opening for pre-booked visits under the National Gardens Scheme, which raises funds to support nursing.
On the longest day, the National Trust is urging people to celebrate the Summer Solstice by getting out in nature and enjoying the moment.