Worcestershire’s Three Counties Showground will be holding the Malvern Plant and Garden Fair in the open air this September.
The 80 acre space will host a series of new, socially distanced outdoor events.
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Taking place over 12 and 13 September, the plant and garden fair will be offering a restricted number of tickets and will open from 10am to 4pm on both days. A number of exclusive early arrival tickets will be available to book in advance, allowing visitors to arrive from 8.30am.
Included in the plant and garden fair will be the Plant Arena, which will host 36 specialist UK nurseries and growers including Fibrex, Hare Spring, Cottage Plants, Kitchen Garden Plants and Tynings Climbers.
There will also be 14 nurseries in the plant and bulb market, including Hillyards of Oundle, Rose Cottage Plants and Freeman Plants.
Garden talks will also take place at a covered stage, where garden experts including Carol Klein, Reg Moule and Mark Diacono will offer advice and inspiration.
Head of shows, Di Walton said: “We are very excited to be launching this new series of Malvern Plant and Garden Fairs as it is hugely important to us to be able to support the UK nurseries, the exhibitors and our loyal visitors, who we see as part of our wider Three Counties Family. ”
The Early Door Arrival adult tickets are priced at £25, RHS/TCAS Members £20 for 8.30 am onward entry. For standard entry, from 10-4 pm, tickets are priced at £12.50. RHS/TCAS Members tickets cost £10. Under 16s go free.