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Plant Fairs 2014

About Plant Hunters' Fairs

Plant Fairs are great places to see lots of nurseries all in one place and to find those special plants perfect for your unique garden.

Plant Hunters' Fairs make a great value and inspiring day out - browse the plants, get some advice, enjoy a brilliant garden and perhaps lunch at a lovely garden restaurant or tearoom.

Entry prices are low (or even free) so you can pop in for an hour and pick up some plants without breaking the bank

We were featured as a great place to buy plants on the BBC series Great British Garden Revival: Click here to view an excerpt from the show.

Plant Hunters' Fairs are unique because:

All our nurseries are proper growers and able to give accurate information based on their real experience. You can inspect our complete range of nurseries: you won't find market traders and fly-by-nights. You will find RHS medalists and National Collection Holders, keen plantspeople, designers and artisans.

Every line up of nurseries is selected and planned to ensure each stall is different with it's own unique specialty.

We will have plants from 15 Plant Heritage National Collections at our plant fairs in 2014.

Plant Hunters' Fairs are hosted by the most beautiful and most prestigious gardens in our region and we have arranged reduced rates at most. Click here to see where we will be in 2014

We don't make money from your entrance fees. Where an entrance fee is charged all of the entrance money goes to the garden hosting the event, often Charitable Trusts, raising much needed funds to help maintain these lovely gardens into the future.

If you organise days out for your group click here for special arrangements we can offer to make your day complete

Click here for a printer friendly plant fair calendar

Latest News:

 

Our summer newsletter is now available to download. Click here.

9th Aug: Carol Klein and Gardener's World filmed the Helenium collection at SpecialPerennials - watch on BBC2 on 29th August

Dorothy Clive are improving the fair layout and parking for our August event - all the same nurseries in a more compact arrangement with more convenient parking.

Please Note: entry to Dorothy Clive Garden Plant Fair is 3.25 and not as published in some places.

20th June: Roseland House appeared on Gardener's World with their fascinating collection of honeysuckles.

Congratulations to Wildegoose Nursery for their gold on their debut at Malvern - what a brilliant achievement!

We welcome Artisan Plant Nurseries specialising in hardy species perennials to our events for 2014.

18th Jan: Hodnet Hall has recently been awarded Plant Heritage National Collection Status for Cercidiphyllum ("Burnt Sugar Trees").

14th Jan. Plant Hunters' Fairs and our Martin Blow featured on BBC's Great British Garden Revival. Keep the revival going and come along to a Plant Hunters' Fair in 2014. The featured venue was Sugnall Hall. Click here to view an excerpt from the show.

10th Jan: Ragged Robin have changed their name to Lyneal Mill Nursery

5th Dec: NEW EVENT and VENUE for 2014: Dearnford Lake near Whitchurch Shropshire on 3rd August 2014. Free Entry. Read more here.

27th Nov: Welcome to The Tree Peony Company, new to our events for 2014

16th Nov: We welcome Mucklestone Nurseries to our events for 2014

12th Nov: Hooksgreen Herbs Brings Peter Rabbit to Life for RHS Chelsea - click here for RHS press release (opens in new tab).

Can you help publicise our plant fairs? Please download and print a poster for your local events. Click here.

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