8 June 2015

Floral Media - GROW LONDON Garden Show



Next week for the second year running GROW LONDON is back on Hampstead Heath in north London. It's a contemporary garden show and has around 100 carefully selected exhibitors selling plants, furniture and garden paraphernalia.

The Garden Party preview is on the 18 June in the evening and the show runs for three days from 19 June - 21 June. Here is a link to opening times and tickets.



There will be four feature gardens to provide plenty of inspiration and ideas to steal. Here is a link with more information.


The Society of Garden Designer are providing garden design consultations and GROW London resident gardener Mark Gardner will provide garden advice. Here is a link about that.


Throughout the three days there are lots of talks and workshops. There are many well known names from the British gardening world like Sarah Raven, Stephen Woodhams, Cleve West, Helen Yemm and Fergus Garrett to name a few. Here is a link to all the speakers.

The talks are both educational and fun for all ages and experiences to enjoy. Some more info about the talks and workshops.



When you need a break there is a champagne bar and a Kitchen Garden Cafe with views over Hampstead Heath. Have a further look here.



Why not make a day of it and spend some time exploring Hampstead and its beautiful surroundings. Here is a little bit of information about the area.


I went to the show last year and very much enjoyed it. I'm recommending it as it's an opportunity to enjoy a contemporary garden show in a lovely setting. Enjoy!



Have a Great Floral Day!

I will see you later in the week with more Do-It-Yourself flowers from 'Of Spring and Summer'.

~ xoxo ~

Ingrid

[All images from GROW London.]

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2 comments:

Betty said...

lovely pictures - I like the flat dishes with fleshy plants and mosses. Haven't heard of this event, hope they do some tv coverage.

Frances said...

How I would love to be able to visit Grow London. All that inspiration in such a splendid setting would be such a treat.

Maybe next year.... Must make a note about this, Ingrid. xo