The plant fairs are nearly all full now and I’m delighted with the range and depth of quality plant nurseries who want to join Flower Power Fairs. We shall be back at the charming Worsall Hall near Yarm for our “bi-annual” visit there. The fair will be taking place in June next year so you will see the gardens slightly earlier than usual.
We shall also be returning to Constable Burton Hall in Wensleydale next year after a very successful plant fair there this July and I have a brand new garden to show you (and great plant fair) at Ganton Hall, Ganton not too far away from Scarborough.
Two plant fairs at Newburgh Priory, with two at Sandon Hall in Staffordshire but we won’t be returning to Holker Hall in Cumbria. A change in management. However I shall be holding my first plant fair at Leighton Hall, near Carnforth in Lancashire.
We’ve moved Ness Hall Plant Fair to the end of May as the first Spring Bank Holiday is a little confusing this year with VE Day, Friday 8 May, and replacing the Monday Bank Holiday date.
A new venture for Flower Power is to hold a plant fair in the lovely market town of Stone, Staffordshire. I was approached by the Council to hold a fair so I do hope you will all come along and support this new event.
So lots of work goes on behind the scenes before Flower Power Fairs opens for 2020 at the delightful Holme Pierrepont Hall in Nottingham.
Full dates and venues are now on the Plant Fair Calendar which you can download and keep. And for those of you who have been to the fairs in 2019, thank you for your support and see you next year.