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Plant Fairs Roadshow, Arundel Castle

Plant Fairs Roadshow, Arundel Castle

I'm excited to be returning to Arundel Castle for the second time in 2023, and for the very first summer plant fair in the grounds. The date has been chosen to catch the productive and rose gardens at their peak. 

The Plant Fairs Roadshow provides opportunities to buy locally grown, garden-ready and often unusual plants direct from expert growers who are passionate about the plants they produce. These include cottage-garden favourites, shade-loving plants, alpines, trees, shrubs and succulents.

Enthusiastic and knowledgeable nursery owners are always happy to offer advice, as is the resident Plant Doctor. I will be joining the growers with my carefully curated collection of tools, accessories and gifts for gardeners.

Other exhibitors include:

Beaver Plants, C.Newberry & Sons, Charleshurst Farm Nursery, Clares Chilles, Copton Ash, Cottage Garden Plants, Fleur de Lys, Hedgehog Plants, Long Acre, Madrona Nursery, Miles Japanese Maples, No Name Nursery, Online Garden Plants, Pelham Plants, Pineview Plants, Rose Cottage Nursery, Southon Plants, Zophian Plants and The Potting Shed.

The Knights' Table will be serving delicious bacon and sausage baps (they really are good!) and there will also be a range of hot and cold non-alcoholic beverages together with crisps & muffins. 

Admission to the plant fair is included in standard garden or castle entry tickets - please use the link below for details. Plant fair only tickets at £5.00 are also available on the day at the ticket office.

Gardeners' World 2 for 1 and HH card are not valid for this event.

Sunday 2nd July, 10 am-5 pm.

Arundel, West Sussex BN18 9AB

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