RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Address:
Hampton Court Palace, London
Tel:
0203 166 6000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
2nd to 7th July 2019
10 AM to 7.30 PM (Tue-Sat); 10 AM to 5.30 PM (Sun)
Note: The first two days are for RHS members only
Tickets & Cost:
See rhs.org.uk

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The Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is one of the highlights of the gardening year.

Find some inspiration for your own home by admiring the fabulous Show Gardens filled with a fusion of summer smells, colours and sounds. From contemporary gardens to the more traditional, there will be plenty of handy tips for revitalising and replenishing your green spaces.

This year the Duchess of Cambridge will be co-designing her own garden alongside the award-winning Davies White Landscape Architects, and Beth Chatto has been named as the show's Horticultural Hero, in honour of her unparalleled contributions to gardening.

Creative workshops include calligraphy with Alice Gibb, flower crown making with Mary Gilmore, cake decorating with Alo Anderson, and garden tool essentials with Japan's Niwak.

You'll also be able to browse around 300 different stalls selling all kinds of plants and gardening equipment, and quiz some of the specialists from Britain's top nurseries.

 

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> Craig’s review of Hampton Court Palace – “If you grew up within ten miles of Hampton Court Palace then this place was your educational day out. This is how they'd teach you some British history. They'd cram fifty kids into a big bus and then make you troop around the grounds for two hours counting up the Tudor chimneys (because every single chimney is different, you see -- and if you came here ten thousand ti… continued”

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