Taking place this July, the flower show will feature floral gardens, speciality talks and plenty of inspiration for horticultural groups, plus a new poisonous garden display.
The event, held between 18th- 22nd July at Tatton Park in Cheshire, will be marking its 20th year of running. Tickets are now on sale.
Groups are invited to ‘celebrate the 20th show in style with a summer day out to remember’ and enjoy activities and entertainment from the Young Designer competition, the Floral Marquee and the gardens; the show will be full of plants, ideas and talks.
What is lined up for the show?
The Poisonous Garden will be a new feature for the show and will display an immersive garden allowing visitors to explore the ‘gruesome and deadly nature of some of our best loved plants’. You can expect to see a range of plants such as Sarracenia, Digitalis and Brugmansia.
The Field of Sunshine will include a giant flower shape which is made up of thousands of sunshine yellow rudbeckia flowers.
The Flower School will provide plenty of opportunity to get hands on in a variety of activities to further the knowledge and interest in horticulture and gardening to visitors. You’ll be able to plant your own terrarium and create your own flower crown or opt to sit back and be inspired by a host of demonstrations.
There will also be a new festival themed space called Green Fields and a new Botanical Design Shopping experience offering even more for those visiting to peruse flowers and displays.
Pictured: Sketch of The Poisonous Garden.
Group bookings are available, and organisers can call 0844 412 4650 for more information. There is a charge for calls with more details found on the website.
Coach parking is close by and is free. There is also a shuttle service for those travelling on other methods of transport.
For more information, visit www.rhs.org.uk.
Lead image: A previous RHS Flower Show Tatton Park (Photo credit: VisitEngland/Marketing Cheshire)