THE BRI­TISH love af­fair WITH GAR­DEN­ING MEANS THERE' S A PACKED CAL­EN­DAR OF plant-in­spired EVENTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

Choose from tra­di­tional flower shows where am­a­teur grow­ers dis­play their prized pro­duce or the ma­jor shows with world class de­sign­ers and cel­e­brated plant nurs­eries.

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HOR­TI­CUL­TURAL HIGH­LIGHTS

IN 1804 THE BOTANIST and plant hunter Sir Joseph Banks and John Wedge­wood, son of pot­ter Josiah Wedge­wood, set up a hor­ti­cul­tural so­ci­ety to fur­ther the study of the botan­i­cal world. Some 200 years later the Royal Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety (RHS) is the UK’S lead­ing gar­den­ing char­ity help­ing peo­ple to share their love of plants and to in­spire the next gen­er­a­tion of gar­den­ers and botanists. Their an­nual pro­gramme of flower shows held across the country gather to­gether the best in de­sign and grow­ing. Be­come a mem­ber of the RHS for ac­cess to the shows on the qui­eter mem­bers-only days and get free ad­mis­sion through­out the year to the char­ity’s gar­dens in Sur­rey, Es­sex, North York­shire and Devon.

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