Next Event: Rare Plant Fair, Kingston Bagpuize House, near Abingdon - Sunday, 26th May

Rare Plant Fair, Kingston Bagpuize House, Oxfordshire

Rare Plant Fair, Kingston Bagpuize House, Oxfordshire

This new fixture in the Dan Cooper Garden calendar is a long-established plant fair in the grounds of a magnificent 18th Century house. You'll see from the long list of exhibitors just how popular it is!

  • Beltane Forge
  • Charleshurst Farm Nursery
  • Chris Cooke
  • Coastal Succulents, Cacti and Alpines
  • Cotswold Garden Flowers
  • Dan Cooper Garden
  • D K Plants
  • Edulis
  • Gardener's Delight Nursery
  • Glasshouse Plants
  • Green's Leaves
  • Hilltop Garden & Nursery
  • Hillview Hardy Plants
  • Jurassic Plants Nurseries
  • Long Acre Plants
  • Lovegrove's Nursery
  • Malvern Salvia Collection
  • Millwood Plants
  • Mrs Mitchell's Kitchen & Garden
  • Potterton's Nursery
  • Primrose Bank Nursery
  • Roseland House Nursery
  • Shadyplants.com
  • Springhill Plants
  • The Gobbett Nursery
  • Tortworth Plants Ltd
  • Triffids Nursery
  • Wildegoose Nursery
  • Wildwood

Sunday, 26th May, 2024, 11 am - 4 pm*

Admission to the fair and gardens: Adults £7, Children over 11 £4. Children under 11 are admitted free of charge.

* The fair closes at 4:00pm but the gardens remain open until 5:00pm

The main car park is in a large field adjacent to Kingston Bagpuize House. Blue Badge parking is available next to the entrance, with overflow in the field where the Fair is held. Please follow the directions of the parking staff on the day.

Note that only assistance dogs may visit the garden and plant fair.

Refreshments will be available on the lawns to the front of Kingston Bagpuize House.

Kingston Bagpuize, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 5AX.

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https://www.rareplantfair.co.uk

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