The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) hosts the return of London’s Autumn Garden Show on the 25-26 October in the Lawrence and Lindley Halls, London. The event will host beginners to advanced gardeners, allowing them to familiarise themselves with everything that the season offers. This post will let you know what is a must-visit at the Autumn Garden Show in London.
Garden heaven this Autumn in London
According to the RHS press release for the Autumn Garden Show in London, visitors will have much to look forward to in this upcoming event. They will see floral installations from the RHS Floral Artist in Residence 2017 and Electric Daisy Flower Farm. Paul-Hervey Brookes, a gold-medal winning designer, will present the celebration of seedheads, among other things. Visitors will also see a ‘remix’ of the Path of Least Resistance Freeform installation.
Things to do at London’s Autumn Garden Show
The Autumn Garden Show also offers food stalls of ‘unusual edibles’ along with a menu of autumnal fare. There will be workshops for the more creative individuals ranging from floral designs to leaf-crafting.
Those who would like to shop, there will be plenty of items to take home. Unusual plants will be available from The Botanic Nursery and Harperley Hall Farm Nurseries. At the same time, floral stands will come from Calmazag Nursery, Strictly Daylilies and Ashwood Nurseries.
London’s Autumn Garden Show will welcome talks from prominent horticulturists. Anne Swithinbank will have a talk on ‘Foraging from the Garden’. In addition, Nick Bailey will discuss some of the ‘Unusual Edibles in the City’.
Let us know what was the pinnacle of London’s Autumn Garden Show for you.