2023-11-29T12:44:00Z By Grumpy Group Organiser
The 2024 RHS Malvern Spring Festival will be focused on ‘Gardening for Change’ with group discounts on tickets available.
The event returns to the Three Counties Showground, Malvern from 9th – 12th May 2024, with groups of eight or more people saving money on tickets.
The 2024 festival will showcase the country’s best-known expert horticulturists and TV gardening personalities, such as Alan Titchmarsh MBE and Martin Fish, as well as the crowning of the very first RHS award-winning gardens of the year, the latest in horticultural trends, plus lots of tips and advice for your own green space.
The theme for 2024’s festival, ‘Gardening for Change’, will celebrate evolution in the world of horticulture, embracing the positive impact it has on the environment, people and wellbeing.
The festival’s carefully considered programme for 2024 will look to inspire a new wave of green-fingered individuals, equipping them with practical knowledge of resilient gardening techniques to cope with the changing climate.
Jane Edwards, head of shows at Three Counties Showground, said: “The countdown to next year’s RHS Malvern Spring Festival has officially begun. Whether you’re after garden inspiration, want to be wowed by award-winning displays of blooms or want to get some top tips from horticultural experts, join us for this celebration of gardening next spring at the foot of the stunning Malvern Hills.”
What to expect
Following the success at last year’s festival, the Tips & Tricks area will return with helpful advice and handy up-cycling and cost-saving tips from experts.
The RHS Floral Marquee, alongside the Plant Village and Pavilions, will be fully stocked by more of the UK’s top nurseries, providing the opportunity to seek advice from expert growers and to buy choice plants and rare gems to fill gardens and homes.
The 2024 RHS Malvern Spring Festival will see even more Show Gardens than the 2023 event. Each garden will be designed by leading and emerging horticultural talents, and scrutinised by the RHS judges for the gold medal prize.
The Festival Theatre will once again feature a stellar line-up of expert horticulturists and TV gardening personalities, including Alan Titchmarsh MBE – one of Britain’s best-loved gardeners, writers and television presenters - whilst the new Kitchen Garden will host mouth-watering demonstrations from some of the country’s most talented chefs, with details to be unveiled in early 2024.
For tickets and more information, go to www.rhsmalvern.co.uk.