Worcester on show at RHS Malvern Spring Festival
- RHS Malvern Spring Festival takes place at Three Counties Showground, Malvern from 5th – 8th May
- Worcester is sponsoring the Festival Green Area
- Alan Titchmarsh, Joe Swift and Mary Berry are just some of the experts who will hosting demonstrations at this year’s show
With summer now on the horizon, we are getting into the growing spirit and supporting the hugely popular RHS Malvern Spring Festival, which takes place from the 5th – 8th May at the Three Counties Showground.
Championing up-and-coming, talented gardeners from across the region, we will be sponsoring the stunning Festival Green area, which this year sees 12 spectacular show gardens on display, and promises to be an inspiration for avid and novice horticulturists alike.
Aiming to be bigger and better than ever, visitors will also be treated to demonstrations from experts including Alan Titchmarsh, Joe Swift, Christine Walkden and Carol Klein, whilst the Food and Drink Pavillion plays host to the ever popular Mary Berry, food writer, Mark Diacono and chef, Valentine Warner.
Cbeebies’ Mr Bloom, aka Ben Faulks, will also be on hand to entertain younger visitors and, for those just starting out on their gardening journey, the Get Going, Get Growing theatre will be open to give valuable advice to help those interested get started.
The show also boasts a wide range of flower and plant displays from one-of-a-kind nurseries as well as the opportunity to buy the finishing touches to complete your own outdoor oasis at home.
We will be showcasing our products to visitors as well as inviting our neighbours – Cranham Primary School – to create a garden designed by their pupils, and we’re really looking forward to seeing the result unveiled at this fantastic event.
Tickets for the show can be found by visiting www.rhs.org.uk.
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