Kayes regularly attend Flower Shows across the country where you will often be able to meet Dominic Kaye and learn more about the experience and knowledge gained by the Kaye family who have enjoyed a life long passion for plants.
At the height of summer, one of the world’s most famous royal palaces plays host to the sumptuous Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
This RHS spectacle is the largest of its kind in the world and for six days in July, thousands of gardening fans can see, smell and touch an abundance of floral delights.
Visitors can enjoy around 50 inspiring display gardens including the tranquil water gardens, a unique category of this show, and the innovative conceptual gardens showcasing the next big names in garden design. From contemporary to traditional, there are plenty of design ideas to suit any garden lover.
Hundreds of the UK’s best nurseries fill the floral marquees, Festival of Roses and Plant Heritage Marquee, and floral art, fruit and vegetables and floristry are also a major part of the show.
More information available at the RHS Website.
Ideas, inspiration and plants - they're all yours to take home from the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park in Cheshire.
Gardeners have grown to love this flower show for its relaxed ambience, original back-to-back small gardens and exciting show gardens that indulge a wide cross-section of tastes, budgets and planting preferences.
Whether you're a traditionalist at heart, or express a love of contemporary garden design, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Tatton, and all the means at your disposal to achieve your gardening desires at home.
From the latest trends in plants and furniture, to helpful people who can provide guidance on how to grow, train and manage your garden and your horticultural ambitions; this flower show has everything you need - and didn't know you needed - for your garden to flourish.
Visit the RHS Website for full details.
2008 promises to be an historic year for Southport Flower Show, joining forces with the city of Liverpool to celebrate being European Capital of Culture.
This four day classic event, running from 21st to 24th August 2008, in its 79th year, will be themed around Liverpool, celebrating the heritage, architecture, culture and artists of this great city.
More information can be found at www.southportflowershow.co.uk/
For many exhibitors, the two Harrogate Shows in April and September mark the beginning and end of the UK's Horticultural Show season, taking in Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park on the way. Around 90 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries will be in Flower Hall 1, once again competing for medal award cards and silver trophies and selling from their plant markets. All are specialists in their field and are happy to share their knowledge with visitors.
Visit www.flowershow.org for more information.
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