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May 2019

Ness Hall Plant Fair

6th May at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Ness Hall, East Ness
Nunnington, North Yorkshire YO62 5XD United Kingdom
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This beautiful private garden looks stunning, at any time of the year, and for 2019 we are back in the spring time. Harriette and her gardener, Alan, have lots of plans for the garden so until I visit them in April, I, too, am in the dark! I do know that they have planted over 500 tulips for the May events over the years and continue to add to their bulb collections so you can be assured of spectacular planting…

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The National Memorial Arboretum

11th May at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
The National Memorial Arboretum, Croxall Road
Alrewas , Staffordshire DE13 7AR United Kingdom
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Our Plant Hunters' Fairs are now an established item on the calendar at The National Memorial Arboretum and you will find us along Yeomanry Avenue our regular home from now on. Come along and buy some wonderful plants - you can leave them with the nurserymen whilst you explore this inspiring venue and pop back later to collect them. The Arboretum is a unique haven of peace, contemplation and hope for the future and is the site of the Armed…

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Adlington Hall Plant Fair

12th May at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Adllington Hall, Mill Lane
Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4LF United Kingdom
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2019 will be our 11th year at this grand venue in the heart of Cheshire and the plant fair will be held beside the house as usual and as visitors have come to expect, will feature top quality nurseries each with their own unique specialties. Home of the Legh family since 1315, Adlington Hall is one of the oldest and most historic Cheshire houses. The 2,000 acre Estate contains parkland landscaped in the 18th century in the style of 'Capability…

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The National Flower Show

17th May at 10:00 am to 19th May at 5:00 pm
Hylands House, Hylands Park, London Road
Chelmsford, Essex CM2 8WQ United Kingdom
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The National Flower Show's Floral Pavilion forms the centre of this year’s show. Packed with exhibitors showcasing the UK’s finest nurseries and plantsman competing for the prestigious Best in Show Award. You will find an abundance of trade stands selling everything from unique garden gazebos, greenhouses and arbours to gardening sundries and hundreds of other products from over 100 leading exhibitors. Our Food and Drink Pavilion will be packed with a range of scrumptious food and drink purveyors and artisans,…

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British Ironwork Centre Plant Fair

18th May at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
The British Ironwork Centre, Whitehall Aston
Oswestry , Shropshire SY11 4JH United Kingdom
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The British Ironwork Centre not only boasts a working smithy and a showroom featuring the biggest choice of quality British ironware for both indoors and garden use but also the Shropshire Sculpture Park featuring a safari in ironwork that has to be seen to be believed! The venue has lots to see and explore with something for all ages, plus the bonus of a great Plant Hunters Fair to enjoy! So far our plant fairs have raised over £6000 for…

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Rare Plant Fair Winterbourne House and Garden

19th May at 10:30 am to 4:00 pm
Winterbourne House, University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road
Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT United Kingdom
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Winterbourne is one of the best surviving examples of an Edwardian Arts and Crafts suburban villa garden in Birmingham. The garden was lovingly created by the homeowners, Margaret and John Nettlefold, using the books of Gertrude Jekyll as guides and inspiration. When the Nettlefolds left in 1919, two subsequent families called Winterbourne home. The latter, John Nicolson, was an avid gardener and built on the existing foundation with further features such as a Japanese bridge and scree garden. When the…

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Kingston Bagpuize House Rare Plant Fair

26th May at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Kingston Bagpuize House Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 5AX United Kingdom + Google Map

This 18th century house is in a unique setting on the edge of The White Horse Vale and surrounded by its beautiful garden and parkland. The area of garden to the immediate east and north of the house was formal in layout and today this remains the case. The lawns once graced by majestic trees are now largely open; the vista from the east, looking up the beech avenue towards the house, framed by the four Wellingtonias planted around 1860,…

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June 2019

High Glanau Manor Rare Plant Fair

2nd June at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
High Glanau Manor Lydart, Monmouthshire NP25 4AD United Kingdom + Google Map

High Glanau Manor is an important Arts and Crafts house set in 12 acres of gardens designed in 1922 by H. Avray Tipping. Tipping was the Architectural Editor of Country Life magazine from 1907 until his death in 1933. Original features, once lost, have been lovingly restored by the current owners, including an Edwardian glasshouse and large pergola. What was a rustic stone tank set into the wall with steps leading to a swimming pool, surrounded by concrete and lampposts,…

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Sandon Hall Plant Fair

9th June at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sandon Hall Sandon, Staffordshire ST18 0DL United Kingdom + Google Map

We make a return to Sandon Hall on Sunday 9 June for our second plant fair there this year so I hope those of you who visited in April will come back and see what wonderful plants are for sale in June. The delightful 25 acre garden of Sandon Hall will look completely different from their April blooms so come back and explore all over again. You will have a huge selection of plants on sale here from small alpines…

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Waterperry Gardens Rare Plant Fair near Oxford

16th June at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Waterperry Gardens, Waterperry
Nr. Wheatley, Oxfordshire OX33 1JZ United Kingdom
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The 8-acre gardens at Waterperry date back to the 1930’s when the estate was home to Beatrix Havergal’s famous School of Horticulture for Women. Waterperry’s reputation for education and horticultural excellence continues to this day. The teaching gardens have now been transformed into ornamental gardens, including a rose garden, formal knot garden and a canal studded with waterlilies. One of the few original features is the 60m (200ft) herbaceous border. Just a stone’s throw from historic Oxford, Waterperry Gardens offer…

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