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Nature & Wellness

Tatton Park’s Blooming Beautiful RHS Flower Show Will Return This Summer

By Laura Rogan

The event was postponed last year as a result of the pandemic.

Following the postponement of the event as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus restrictions, Tatton Park has confirmed that the RHS Flower Show will finally be going ahead this year, with a July date booked in the diary.

The event will take place ahead of the famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show this September, and is set to be a celebration of gardening, colour and creativity.

Credit: Tatton Park

Helena Pettit, RHS Director of Gardens and Shows has said of the event: “After months of planning and uncertainty we can’t wait to return to what we do best, putting on our famous RHS Flower Shows for all to enjoy,

“We have seen a huge increase in people taking up gardening and growing in the last year and so in being able to return to Hampton Court Palace and Tatton Park this summer, we hope to bring inspiration and advice for all gardeners and plant lovers as well as a much-needed celebration of summer.

“We are so grateful for all the support we’ve received from our members, visitors and exhibitors as we work together to create two unforgettable summer shows.

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“Bringing the horticultural world together again will be significant for the industry and we are continuing to plan for different scenarios to ensure we can open our gates safely and implement social distancing measures if still necessary.

“We are lucky that both Hampton Court Palace and Tatton Park are large outdoor spaces that can be enjoyed safely by visitors and we can’t wait to welcome everyone back this summer.”

Credit: RHS

RHS Flower Show will take place between June 21st-25th, where there will be floristry workshops, gardening inspiration, a stunning floral marquee, a colourful plant village, and experts on hand to provide master tips at a number of compelling talks. Find out more and book your place here.

[Featured image: RHS]