Zones information 2015

The 2015 show had three themed zones designed to help visitors find their way around, with gardens and plants reflecting themes of Grow, Feast and Inspire


In Grow, keen gardeners had access to a range of nursery displays and plant stalls, with RHS advisors on hand to offer expert tips to take back to their own gardens.

  • Floral Marquee - visitors could see award-winning nurseries from the UK and abroad and buy from a large selection of beautiful plants

  • The Plant Village - had attractive and inspirational stands to shop and browse

  • Plant Heritage - visitors could get advice and hear about the plants that specialists are passionate about and find something truly unique to take home

  • Four Historical Gardens

  • Flower Boxes displayed different growing styles and schemes to inspire every gardener.


The Just Retirement Garden

In Feast, sponsored by Market Deli, visitors could find out how to grow their favourite vegetables, taste a wealth of fine foods and take away growing ideas to try at home.

  • A variety of fine foods, fresh produce and plants to try and buy

  • The entertaining Feast Cookery Theatre.

  • Inspiring Show Gardens and features


Inspire encouraged visitors to re-think their preconceptions of contemporary garden design, with horticultural creations pushing boundaries and championing innovation.

  • A fantastic selection of Show Gardens and Summer Gardens with the World gardens making a welcome return and offering the show an exciting international feel

  • The popular Conceptual Gardens followed the theme of 'sensations' to get designers thinking. New this year was a wildcard option available for exceptional designs that were 'off-theme'.

  • Tradestands – new sheds, pots, irrigation systems and more.

  • Country Living Magazine Pavilion -  artists and crafts people selling stylish products

  • Festival of Roses - sumptuous displays of this old garden favourite

  • Floristry Marquee  - displays the best in creative floral art

  • The RHS Hub - where visitors could get ideas for their own front gardens, explore a science garden and learn about the work of the RHS

  • RHS Gardening Advice stand where visitors could get advice and information about community and gardening groups

  • Celebrity Theatre

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