08 July 2019 By Kitty Yarrow
What we are exhibiting
We are returning to RHS Tatton Flower Show with our Mottisfont greenhouse. With a flat fronted lobby, the Mottisfont greenhouse is one of our most popular structures; ideal for smaller urban gardens but still provides a multitude of growing space.
From inspirational gardens and live demonstrations, to lots of shopping, you won't be short of things to do at Tatton Flower Show. We have noted what we think are some events you won't want to miss.
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1. Propagation Station - Talks are being held throughout the week, join Anastasia Demetriou for useful propagation techniques to increase plants in the garden and inside the home.
2. Dig in Live - One of our favourite Food and Garden writers Mark Diacono will be at the Dig in Live theatre discussing the popular topic of fermented food and drink. Mark will be demonstrating how to make such things with produce from your own garden.
3. Show Gardens - There are plenty of beautiful gardens to look at on your visit to RHS Tatton. One you must visit it The Phytosanctuary Garden designed by Landscape Architect Kristian Reay. As one of the finalists in this year's RHS Tatton Young Designer award, Kristian has created a beautiful garden with an important message. The garden is a reflection of the ongoing threat of Xylella disease and the damage it can cause to many species of plant. Although not present in the UK yet, Xylella is the cause of significant damage to fauna and flora across Europe.
4. Shopping - Take advantage of the shopping opportunities. From the Floral Marquee filled with wonderful horticultural inspiration, to the Country Living Pavilion which displays a variety of crafts and unusual gifts.
Visit us at our stand 605, located opposite Egerton Clump and next to the Flower School.