Spring Plant Hunters Fair
Sunday 26 March 2017 10:00 - Sunday 26 March 2017 16:00
A great value and inspiring day out to
see lots of nurseries all in one place and to find some spectacular
plants for your garden to the run of the mill.
Browse the plants, get some advice, and then
enjoy a walk around the gardens and perhaps lunch at a Garden
Kitchen. Don't forget its also Mothers Day and that means its FREE entry to
the Gardens for all mums!
All the nurseries grow and propagate
their own plants and are able to give accurate information about
their plants based on real experience. Some nurseries will also
bring pre-ordered plants with them for you to collect.
The nurseries confirmed in attendence:
Chicken Street -
wide selection of chicken-proof plants for the garden.
Conquest Plants Nursery
- from Cheshire specialising in coloured foliage.
Nursery - woodland plants and unusual alpines (RHS Show Gold
Hall Farm Nursery -
perennials and alpines (RHS Show Gold Medalists).
Nurseries - unusual seed-raised trees, shrubs and climbers.
Plants Nursery - Perennials
and shrubs with an emphasis on interesting foliage including
Heucheras, Heucherellas and Tiarellas.
Plants - cottage garden perennials.
Meadow View Plants -
sought after perennials in the Apiaceae family, plus a choice range
of Geum, Pulmonaria, Sanguisorba, Thalictrum, Aster &
Farm Nursery - Acers and other ornamental trees & shrubs
(RHS Show Gold Medalists).
Penmere Plants -
fuchsias & foliage plants.
Nursery - alpines, dwarf bulbs and woodland plants (RHS
Show Gold Medalists).
ShadyPlants.com - an
excellant choice of plants for shade.
summer and late flowering perennials.
Stonyford Cottage Nursery
- perennials, shrubs & conservatory plants.
Studio 8 Pottery -
hand-thrown garden and kitchen Terracotta and Stonewares.
Gobbett - Syringa (Lilac), flowering dogwoods and beardless
Who is it suitable for?
£1, redeemable on Garden entry. Children and Friends of Ness
Do I need to book a
No - just turn up on the day.
Organised by Plant Hunters Fairs