Spring Plant Fair

Special Event
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23
Apr
24
Apr

RHS Garden Hyde Hall, CM3 8ET

RHS Garden Hyde Hall, CM3 8ET

Address

RHS Hyde Hall
Creephedge Lane Rettendon Common
CHELMSFORD
CM3 8ET

Venue

RHS Garden Hyde Hall

Booking


  • Member

    Free

  • Non-member

    Normal garden admission

  • Other Prices

    Free to members of Plant Heritage

  • No booking is required for this event

Overview

  • Event times

    10am–4pm

  • Subject

    Special Event

  • Topic

    Spring Plant Fair


Join us for a weekend all about plants at RHS Garden Hyde Hall. This is the perfect opportunity to get your garden set up for the season ahead and stock up on a wide range of plants, as well as exploring our beautiful gardens in spring bloom.

Organised with Essex Plant Heritage, there will be around 30 nurseries from across the region selling rare and unusual plants, as well as some garden sundries.

There will also be a programme of informative talks and demos over the weekend, and specialist plant societies will also be on hand to help you learn more about your favourite plants.

Additional info

Exhibitors include:
A&J Plants, Alpine Garden Society, Amethyst Plants, Blue Lagoon Furniture, Bonsaistow Ltd, C Newberry & Son, Chris Hallsworth, Cottage Garden, Driftwood Bonsai, Edulis Nursery, Eleplants Nursery, Emma Wren, Essex Air Ambulance, Field Compost Ltd, Hardy Plant Society, Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants, Hedgehog Plants & Gardens, Helen Rose Glass, Henstead Exotic Garden, Herbal Haven, Hobbs Design, Japonica, Johnsons Sweet Peas, Labels N' Things, Landvista, Madrona Nursery, Moore & Moore, National Gardens Scheme NGS, Neil Reeve, Oakview, Potting Up, Redman Plants, Riverside Bulbs, Roger Hammond, Rose Cottage Plants, Rotherview Nurseries, Rougham Hall Nurseries, Rust Plants, Straight Mile Nursery, The Culinary Herb Co, The Panama Hat Company, The Walnut Tree Company, Todd Botanics, Treasure Holt Garden Centre, W & S Lockyer.

Get involved

The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.