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2019 will be my 12th year running the Fairs.  It never gets any easier organising events and  I’m always a nervous wreck before each event despite having great nursery friends and some wonderful and dedicated customers.  I can honestly say that although organising fairs has its many highlights and lowlights, I wouldn’t want to do anything else.  Its always a pleasure to welcome familiar faces to the fairs, whether as a plant specialist, accessory stand or a customer, and I hope that I can encourage those of you who haven’t been to one of the fairs to come and see for yourselves why these small plant fairs are so popular.

For those of you who are members of a local gardening group or society, I do give talks on several garden related topics so if you’d like to see what topics I do, please drop me an email.


BRING CASH – most if not all of the plant nurseries do not have card facilities.  Don’t be disappointed.


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The great thing about plant fairs is that you are bound to find plants that you won’t find in the larger retail outlets.  Where else could you go to get so many wonderful plants to choose from, in an inspirational setting, with friendly nurseries, free garden advice and great refreshments and usually for just the normal admission fee to the gardens?

“Although I say it every year that I won’t buy any more plants, I still come!”

“Love coming to the fairs.  It’s getting to the point where I’m having to change the garden around to fit all the plants in! There’s always some unusual plant that I see and just have to have!”

“You find plants here that you don’t find anywhere else.  

It’s like an Aladdin’s Cave.”

The plant nurseries are passionate plants people who are delighted to share their knowledge with you and will give you expert advice on how to get the best out of your new plants.  Just ask them.

“Each fair is so different and we love wandering around the stands.”

“We have completely re-planted our garden and bought all the plants from Flower Power Fairs – brilliant value, helpful advice from your stall holders and its always a great day out.”

You will also find many plants not usually available at retail outlets and garden centres and many cottage garden favourites and herbaceous perennials that are no longer sold at these places and of course, at more competitive prices.  90% of all these plants are grown in the UK.  Some of the nurseries carry National Collections, others have a passion for a specific type of plant, but they are all experts in their field and love sharing this knowledge.

“Not just a plant fair … but a great day out visiting a fantastic garden too.”

Entry to most of the fairs includes the gardens and grounds (unless stated otherwise). The fairs are so much cheaper than many of the larger garden shows, but bring you the same quality and diversity. You may also wish to visit the Hall or House (extra admission).

“A great day out. The fairs and the nurseries seem to get better and better.  

“You keep introducing new gardens so we can’t resist coming to see them. “

“Can’t wait to come back next year.”

“The teas at Newburgh Priory are a must, all home made and delicious.”

And the fairs offer you first class catering and an inspirational venue! So come along and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of a Flower Power Plant Fair.

  • Entry varies but all with refreshments on site (compare that to a day out at one of the big flower shows)
  • BRING CASH – or cheques – as most stands do not have card facilities
  • Personal attention and advice from the grower
  • Plants not normally sold at retail outlets
  • Inspirational venues
  • Free parking
  • Friendly, peaceful gardens to wander through
  • A warm welcome!
  • Help us to cut down on the use of plastic bags by bringing your own to the fairs
  • And hopefully, money left over for another visit to Flower Power Fairs.

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