A Rhododendron flower exhibitThe Horticultural Competitions run by the RHS are open to all (you don’t have to be an RHS member) and free to enter.

They cover a wide range of ornamental plants as well as fruit and vegetables and a variety of prestigious trophies and prize money are awarded to winning entries.

RHS Horticultural Competitions in 2020

Date Location Competition
14–15 March
(Saturday/Sunday)
RHS Garden Rosemoor Early Camellia Competition

Rosemoor Daffodil Competition

Hyacinth Competition 
24–25 March
(Tuesday/Wednesday)
RHS Garden Wisley, Glasshouse Early Daffodil Competition
4–5 April
(Saturday/Sunday)




 
The Savill Garden Spring Ornamental Plant Competition

Early Rhododendron Competition 

Main Camellia Competition
7–8 April
(Tuesday/Wednesday)
RHS Garden Wisley The Daffodil Show
25–26 April
(Saturday/Sunday)
RHS Garden Rosemoor Main Rhododendron Competition
2–3 May
(Saturday/Sunday)
RHS Garden Harlow Carr Late Daffodil Competition

Tulip Competition

Harlow Carr Rhododendron Competition 
   
22–26 July
(Wednesday–Sunday)
RHS Flower Show Tatton Park Summer Fruit and Vegetable Competition
2–4 October
(Friday–Sunday)
TBC
RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Taste of Autumn Autumn Fruit and Vegetable Competition 

Giant Pumpkin Competition 

Autumn Ornamental Plant Competition
29 October–1 November
(Thursday–Sunday)
RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Event marquee (as part of the Harlow Carr Autumn Festival) Late Fruit and Vegetable Competition

If you have any queries or would like a copy of the schedule emailed to you please contact the Horticultural Competitions Manager: Georgina Barter on 020 7821 3142 or email Georgina Barter.

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