Rosemoor Spring Flower Festival

Special Event

RHS Garden Rosemoor, EX38 8PH

RHS Garden Rosemoor, EX38 8PH


Great Torrington Rosemoor
EX38 8PH


The Garden Room


  • Member

    Free, plus a family guest

  • Non-member

    Normal garden admission applies

  • Booking not required


  • Event times

    Saturday 14 March: 11.30am (after judging) – 4pm 
    Sunday 15 March: 10am–4pm

  • Subject

    Special Event

At RHS Garden Rosemoor, come and view the exquisite displays of top quality blooms from competitors all over the South West and beyond as this year we celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of William Wordsworth with a focus on daffodils, camellias, early magnolias and rhododendrons.

In addition to the RHS Early Camellia competition, the show will also include classes for ornamental shrubs together with RHS Daffodil and Hyacinth competitions too. Classes are free to enter and open to anyone who wishes to exhibit – please contact RHS Competitions Manager Georgina Barter for a schedule and entry form.

The RHS Hyacinth competition is in its sixth year at the Rosemoor Show and has previously been held with the Early Daffodil Competition at RHS Garden Wisley. There will be trade and advice stands plus a superb range of early spring shrubs, bulbs and flowering plants available to buy in the Plant Centre.

To complement the competitions, the Lecture Hall will have a big display of daffodils by R.A. Scamp Quality Daffodils to celebrate the Wordsworth anniversary and there will be outdoor display panels depicting the story of daffodils.

The RHS Bulb Committee has also arranged for some pupils from a local school to be given the opportunity to get growing and enter a special class in the show with each planting up a pot of three bulbs of the early daffodil ‘February Gold’ generously donated by Johnny Walkers of Walkers Bulbs.

Please note: the Garden Room opens at 11.30am on Saturday for judging to take place. This event is kindly supported by Atkins Ferrie Wealth Management.

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