RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
8-13 July 2014 (Exclusive Preview Evening, Monday 7 July)
Garden Applications – Show, Summer & Conceptual
Welcome to the RHS Hampton Court Garden application downloads page. We are delighted that you are considering exhibiting at the 2014 Show.
Conceptual Garden – Seven Deadly Sins (deadline 25 November 2013)
For 2014 there will be a theme for the conceptual gardens of the Seven Deadly Sins, giving you scope to explore the darker side of design. Unleash your anger, be overtaken by pride, succumb to your passions and gorge on the endless planting possibilities.
We ask that your designs reflect one of the seven sins as we intend to have one of each sin reflected in the final allocation of seven gardens.
Conceptual gardens encourage designers to push the boundaries of what defines a garden. This is a funded category and each garden selected to stage at the show will be entitled to a £6,000 grant.
Show Garden (deadline 20 December 2013)
The success of 2013 was encapsulated in our show gardens and their talented designers, who turned their artistic and unique plans into a feast for our visitor's eyes. Show gardens are the stars of the show and as well as receiving an attractive benefits package, they also allow you to share your design flair with the visiting public.
Show gardens (from 100 sq m upwards) offer an unrivalled opportunity for designers and sponsors to ensure strong visibility throughout the show and promote themselves creatively.
Summer Garden (deadline 10 January 2014)
Summer gardens may be smaller in size than their show garden cousins but come with big ideas that the visiting public can take away with them. Gardens range in size from 25 sq m to 50 sq m and are ideal for new designers or smaller scale designs that still have a big impact.
With kindest regards,
The RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show Team
Please note: All forms to be returned to the RHS can be saved to your computer and filled in electronically using either Adobe Reader or Acrobat. After a form is filled in, only users with Adobe Reader 7 or above can save a copy of a completed form. You can download the latest version of Adobe Reader for free.