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27 September 2024 – 29 September 2024 –



The RHS Flower Show is a true celebration of plants and flowers, with the floral marquee featuring stunning floral displays and plenty of rare and unusual plants that you won’t want to miss! Keep an eye out for details of the 2024 RHS Flower Show.

This year will see a bumper selection of RHS medal winning nurseries displaying their finest bulbs, plants and flowers whilst once again competing for recognition from the esteemed RHS judges.

Each grower is competing for a coveted Gold Medal award from the RHS judges and there is opportunity to buy from stands alongside their fabulous arrangements.

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The Floral Marquee Awards 2023

Best Exhibit in the Floral Marquee:
W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd : Vegetables for all seasons


MAS Floral Marquee Exhibitor List 2023 Plants / Display Description
Alchemy Ferns A display of hardy ferns and tree ferns
Ashcroft’s Perennials and Ornamental Grasses A display of ornamental grasses and perennials
Botanic Nursery, The Choice shrubs and Salvia
C & K Jones A collection of garden roses
David Cheshire Nurseries A display of Japanese Niwaki trees, Bonsai, Acer, Pines and other specialist plants used in Japanese style gardens
C Newbury & Son A display of pot and cut roses
Craig House Cacti A wide selection of cacti and other succulents from around the world
D’Arcy & Everest A display of alpines and bee friendly plants
Derbyshire Bonsai A display of indoor and outdoor bonsai trees of different species, colour age and form
Driftwood Bonsai A modern display of native and semi tropical bonsai trees including pines, junipers, maples, metasequoia, azalea and larch
East Of Eden Nursery A display of shrubs and perennials including a selection of nursery bred Geums
Every Picture Tells A Story A display of Bromeliads (including airplants) and a range of conservatory and houseplants
G & K Carnations A display of cut flower Dianthus/Carnations
Garth Cottage Herbs – Lindley Garlic sets for planting
Green Jjam Nurseries A display of Penstemon and perennials in an autumnal garden setting
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants A display of hardy carnivorous plants in a natural setting
Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants Autumn flowering, peat free, herbaceous perennials
Harts Nursery + VILLAGE Lilies and spring flowering bulbs with new varieties of roselilies
HG Wholesale + VILLAGE New and unusual salvias
Heucheraholics A display of Heucheras, Heucharellas and Tiarellas showcasing the autumn foliage
Hoyland Plant Centre An educational display of Agapanthus, Amarines and  Nerines
Jurassic Plants Edible trees and shrubs
Kelnan Plants Restios, Nerines, Hesperantha, South African and Southern hemisphere plants
Kitchen Garden Plant Centre Herbs and edible plants
Mandy Plants A display of Mandevillas with a range of colours and support systems plus other tender perennialsa
Mike’s Hostas A unique display of Hostas
New Forest Hostas A display of Hostas
Old Court Nurseries A display of Michaelmas daisies and tender succulents
Ottershaw Catci Rare and unusual cacti and other succulents including two newly launched Aeonium
Pheasant Acre Plants + BULB A display of cut Gladioli grown on our nursery
Plantagogo Heuchera, Heucherella and Tiarella in a garden setting
Potash Nursery A colourful mix of Pelargoniums including stellar, angel, and regal species and scented leaf varieties
Priorswood Clematis Seasonal flowering  and repeat flowering clematis and decorative climbers
Roualeyn A display of Fuchsias including hardy, basket and bush varieties
Strete Gate Camellias A educational display of Camellias and their care
Skerne Alpines Nursery An alternative use of alpines in a living wall and raised beds, suitable for a courtyard setting or similar small space
Staddon Farm Nurseries Autumnal colour with ferns, hakonechloa grasses, toad lilies and epimediums.
Tynings Climbers A selection of hardy and tender climbers
W Robinson & Son (Seeds and Plants) Ltd Growing and mature vegetable plants, and seeds.
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