The Garden Show at Loseley is THIS weekend!

The tenth Garden Show is blooming again at Loseley Park until Sunday, open 10aqm to 5pm. The perfect event to find all you need to enhance your home, help your garden grow and give all the family a great day out.

We are sure you are as keen to get out and about as the country is opening up again. You can be confident that with safety in mind the showground will be spacious. Now is the chance to be social and gather together again, albeit a little apart.

It’s a great opportunity to source new talent, designers and artisans and browse over 200 stands showcasing the latest specialist plants, garden and home accessories, art, design, sculpture, fashion, toys and a multitude of lovely goodies with tempting foods and wines in the Country Food marquee. There is something at the show that will appeal to everyone!

Expert garden advice from the environmentalists, Jules & Lance and on Friday Dr Ian Bedford, entomologist, will be running the Pest Clinic, helping ensure bugs are managed in an environmentally friendly way whilst still encouraging wildlife into our gardens.  On Sunday, Ben Cross, alstroemeria grower, will be explaining the drastic decline of the British cut flower industry and why ‘British Flowers Rock!’.

It’s not all about gardening: Jazz Magic Trio and vintage songs by Lianna Haynes will entertain. The Studio Shop artisans demonstrate their skills in a variety of mediums. Children’s entertainment:  circus skills, Punch and Judy shows, toddler funfair. Huxley birds of prey will fly to the skies plus the beautiful walled gardens are included in the Garden Show ticket.

The Show is in support of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, a heartfelt charity caring for families with a child or teenager with life-limiting conditions

Adult £8. Senior £6. Child £3 (Age 5 – 16yrs.  Under 5yrs free). Family £20 (inc 2A & 4C).

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