RHS Horticultural Competitions

A Rhododendron flower exhibit

The RHS Horticultural Competitions are open to all (you don’t have to be an RHS member) and are free to enter. Covering a wide range of ornamental plants, fruit and vegetables, prestigious trophies and prize money are awarded to winning entries.

RHS Horticultural Competitions in 2024

Date Location Competition
9–10 March
RHS Garden Rosemoor Early Camellia Competition (699kB pdf)
    Rosemoor Daffodil Competition (726kB pdf)
20–21 March
RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Hilltop Lodge Early Daffodil Competition (751kB pdf)
    Hyacinth Competition (700kB pdf)
6–7 April
RHS Garden Wisley, RHS Hilltop (The Garden Room) Spring Ornamental Plant Competition (596kB pdf)
    Early Rhododendron Competition (615kB pdf)
    Main Camellia Competition (693kB pdf)
9–10 April
RHS Garden Wisley, RHS Hilltop (The Garden Room) The Daffodil Show (776kB pdf)
20–21 April
RHS Garden Rosemoor Main Rhododendron Competition (782kB pdf)
4–5 May
RHS Garden Harlow Carr The Late Daffodil Competition (761kB pdf)
    The Tulip Competition (720kB pdf)
    Harlow Carr Rhododendron Competition (583kB pdf)
17–21 July
RHS Flower Show Tatton Park Summer Fruit and Vegetable Competition
3–4 August
RHS Garden Bridgewater Summer Bulb Competition (619kB pdf)
4–6 October
RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Festival of Flavours Autumn Fruit and Vegetable Competition
    Autumn Ornamental Plant Competition (474kB pdf)
18–20 October
RHS Garden Harlow Carr Late Fruit and Vegetable Competition

For more information or show schedules please contact the Horticultural Competitions Manager: Georgina Barter on 020 7821 3142 or email Georgina Barter.

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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.