RHS Chatsworth Flower Show
6 – 10 June 2018
Set in the stunning grounds of Chatsworth House in the Peak District, the first ever RHS Chatsworth Show offers the opportunity to experience ‘Capability’ Brown’s unforgettable landscapes, relax on the banks of the River Derwent and indulge in views of one of the UK’s most spectacular stately homes.
Chatsworth is no stranger to innovation – legendary designers ‘Capability’ Brown and Joseph Paxton both shaped its breathtaking gardens and it was here that Paxton built the glasshouse which inspired the design for his famous Crystal Palace structure. While the setting celebrates design revolutionaries of the past, the show will provide a platform for design revolutionaries of the future.
A striking representation of Joseph Paxton’s magnificent Great Conservatory forms the central feature of the floral marquee at RHS Chatsworth Flower Show. Two wings either side will house a selection of the UK’s top nurseries selling a wide range of plants. Discover mini plant worlds themed around popular topics such as Cutting and Dry Gardens, where you can pick up top tips from knowledgeable growers.
Discover a range of Show Gardens like no other, where designers push boundaries to create daring and innovative designs. Exciting categories such as FreeForm will provide a blank canvas for designers to showcase their ground breaking ideas.
The show brings together a selection of the finest independent companies and specialist nurseries, offering a wide-range of design-led products and quality plants.
For full details on how to book visit the Royal Horticultural Society website.