Horticultural Events for Spring 2024

Hello there fellow green thumbs and PGG members!

I thought it might be a benefit to our PGG members to have a list of upcoming gardening and ‘dare I say’ Horticultural events. Some of the events are longer than one day, but I thought I’d just give the event start dates and allow the members to further research if interested. So check out the table below.

Spring horticultural events 2024

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Let’s kick things off with some highlights for the end of March. If you’re around London, you won’t want to miss Alice Vincent’s fantastic ‘Why Women Grow exhibition’ at the London Garden Museum. It’s a real treat! Plus, mark your calendars for the PGG visit to Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire on the 28th of March.

Moving into April, I’m personally looking forward to the Rare Plant Fair in Cirencester. And who isn’t eagerly anticipating the RHS Urban show in Manchester on the 18th? Following that, we’ve got another exciting PGG visit lined up for Hampton Court Gardens and Bushey Park on the 22nd.

And let’s not forget about May! It starts off with a bang at the Malvern Spring show, and then we have the Young Horticulturist of the Year Finals at Hestercombe Hall and Gardens on the 9th. Plus, there’s a PGG visit to Malverleys on the 13th.

Now, here’s a heads-up: Gardyne Castle won’t be hosting our meeting on the 19th of May, but fear not! Colin Carmichael has us covered with a visit to Hospitalfield Gardens and Fernery in Abroath.

As we roll into late May, make sure to save the date for the Chelsea Flower Show starting on the 21st. And hey, why not swing by the rare plant fair in Oxfordshire on the 26th? Wrapping up the month, we’ve got another PGG visit to Bardney Manor Walled Garden on the 31st. Trust me, it’s worth the trip!

So, who’s up for some gardening adventures? Let’s get out there and explore these wonderful events together as we thaw the winter Blues… 

Kind regards, 

Jack Llewellyn BSc(Hons)Horticulture

PGG Newsletter Editor


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