RHS FLOWER SHOW TATTON PARK – The Great Garden Carnival July 23–27th 2014
Set in magnificent parklands the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is a celebration of the best in gardening with a vibrant carnival atmosphere. A spectacular day out, not just for plant lovers, but for friends and family too.
The show is laid out in four “zones”, each with its own distinctive theme and flavour.
The “GROW” zone is a plant-lovers paradise with so much to see and do. Surround yourself with beauty in the magnificent floral marquee and lively Plant Village; gain top tips from the experts on the RHS Potting Benches and in the Talks Theatre, and see if you agree with the judges on the show’s famous flowerbed competition and amazing show gardens.
Everyone can enjoy the carnival atmosphere in our “ESCAPE” zone. Join our lively carnival parades or ride the flowery Ferris wheel, while we’ve plenty more attractions and entertainment besides. Browse the local creations in the Arts and Crafts Pavilion, vote for your favourite carnival inspired container created by local schools and shop the delights in the Country Living Magazine pavilion.
Fire your imagination in the “INSPIRE” zone, from the RHS Young Designer of the Year competition with its challenging “Avant-Gardening” theme to a spectacular set of show gardens based on “The Elements”. For a real insight into the world of floristry, try the Floral Design Studio. It’s alive with dramatic exhibits, practical demonstrations and workshops
“FEAST” celebrates every aspect of growing your own. Explore the Great British Allotments and the RHS Summer Fruit and Veg Pavilion, get your hands dirty with our have-a-go features and savour the wonderful flavours and recipe ideas from the Great Taste Market and Cookery Theatre. Edible at its most incredible.
RHS Flower Show tickets are now on sale! Book yours today, visit rhs.org.uk/shows
As an RHS member, save up to £12 when you book early bird tickets by 28 February for RHS Flower Show Tatton Park and RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. The public can also book tickets and benefit from advance ticket prices.
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