Showstopping displays in the Floral Marquee
Visitors found inspiration for their late summer garden, took home expert advice and discovered some new favourite plants
It was impossible to miss the enormous Floral Marquee at the 2019 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, spanning the width of the showground. Packed with expert growers, stunning displays and glorious summer colour, it was the perfect place to buy plants, find advice and be inspired for growing beautiful blooms.
With more than 70 exhibitors joining us at the show (see the full list here), there was plenty of inspiration to fill every pot, window box and garden. Here are a few that caught our eye:
Jacques Amand International
Visitors were towered over by the impressive Allium ‘Summer Drummer’ on display in Jacques Amand International’s sky-high exhibit. This display featured a fun selection of allium and emerus.
Colin Hickman Dierama
Expert grower Colin Hickman created a simple but effective display of Dierama. Visitors saw the bobbing heads of the delicate pink flowers in a range of shades at their finest, simply planted in terracotta pots.
For a display bursting with a variety of scents and sights, visitors looked no further than Hooksgreen Herbs. With a huge number of colourful booms, tactile and aromatic plants to discover on the stand, it was perfect for finding a new addition for the garden.
Channelling the Queen of Hearts in their display, Fryer’s Roses created a stunning rose garden fit for royalty. Visitors inhaled the gorgeous scent of these blousy blooms and found a new favourite variety.
Holden Clough Nursery
The Holden Clough Nursery stand was packed full with summer colour. With plants as far as the eye can see, this display was the perfect place to find summer-flowering perennials.
Southfield Nurseries - Cactus Land
Southfield Nursery’s Cactus Land was the display for all things cacti and succulents. With a huge collection of these curious plants, visitors were bound to find an exciting new addition for their collection.
John Cullen Gardens
John Cullen Gardens’ display, featuring the National Collection of Achillea millefolium, was bursting with summer colour. There was an exciting and diverse range of pollinator-friendly blooms on show, along with advice for growing them at home.
This charming display in the Floral Marquee took inspiration from the railway that exists behind Tissington Nursery in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Visitors found inspiration for growing seasonal perennials and grasses.
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Chrysanthemums Direct is a specialist in all things chrysanthemum and was our Master Grower at the 2019 show.
See the Floral awards
See a full list of the 2019 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park exhibitors.