Highlights for this year’s RHS Chatsworth Flower Show have been announced.
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This year at the show the 1,000 acre ground will showcase new RHS Feature Gardens that highlight how flora and fauna can help with flooding, wellbeing and health. One of the key gardens is Rewilding Garden, by designer Phil Hirst, which looks at how people can encourage natural biodiversity in their gardens.
At Chatsworth Flower Show this year, a brand new Floristry Laboratory and Academy will be unveiled on the site, where five floral designers will offer a glimpse of future trends within the floral industry.
The Mindfulness Gardens return to Chatsworth Flower Show, alongside a Reflective Garden, created by designer James Hutchison. It will feature a tranquil pool and a summer house, offering space to reflect.
The long borders also return to the show, with 15 designs showing an array of emotional states and a series of demos and workshops will be held by the likes of Martin Fish, Joe Swift and Jonathan Moseley.
When is Chatsworth Flower Show this year?
The Chatsworth Flower Show runs from 11 to 14 June, Thursday to Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Where is Chatsworth Flower Show?
The show runs in the ground of Chatsworth House which is in Derbyshire, near Bakewell.
How much are tickets to Chatsworth Flower Show?
Public tickets start at £38.75
Where can I buy tickets to Chatsworth Flower Show?
Tickets for Chatsworth Flower Show are on sale now and can be bought from the RHS website.