The Garden Show at Woburn Abbey & Gardens in Bedfordshire will welcome more groups when it returns next June.
The show, back for its 10th year, will take place on the 22nd and 23rd June 2019 at the Bedfordshire estate.
Group visits can involve entry to the Garden Show only or can be combined with visits around the Abbey and Gardens.
Known as “The Gardener’s Garden Show”, the Woburn Abbey Garden Show will present a range of specialist plant nurseries, and selected garden trade stands and talks, headlined by BBC Gardeners’ Question Time panellist Pippa Greenwood and BBC TV presenter and garden designer Adam Frost.
Highlights of the Garden Show
Visitors to the show can expect an array of live entertainment, artisan foods, shopping, demonstrations, informative talks and gardening advice, tips and tours.
Free garden tours with Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) gardeners will also be available, to learn more about the management and creation of Woburn’s Humphry Repton landscaped gardens.
A Humphry Repton exhibition will remain for the 2019 season and explores the relationship between Repton and one of his greatest clients, The Duke of Bedford.
Also at the show will be a line-up of RHS medal winning nurseries, offering an array of plants in the Plant Village to be viewed.
Informative talks and Q&A sessions with well-known gardening experts Pippa Greenwood, Adam Frost and Woburn Estates Gardens Manger and show organiser Martin Towsey can be expected too.
Group information for visits
Group discounts apply to groups of 12 or more and visits can be tailored to suit group requirements.
Guided tours of the Abbey and/or Gardens are offered too, and joint visits with Woburn Safari Park or Bletchley Park, out of hour’s experiences and free flow visits can be arranged too.
For more information, visit www.woburnabbey.co.uk.