Cornwall Garden Society Spring Flower Show 2018. It will be the largest Show ever

Cornwall Garden Society Spring Flower Show

Boconnoc near Liskeard 7/8th April 2018

 

The CGS Spring Flower Show is firmly established as one of the most widely respected flower shows in the UK.  It’s also known as one of the most friendly and inclusive shows and as such we attract exhibitors and visitors from all over the country.  

 Following the outstanding success of the 2017 show we are looking to make 2018 even more vibrant for our visitors.  

 As most will know our trade focus has always been to attract top quality nurserywomen and men (many of whom are based in the south-west), supported by other horticultural traders offering high quality products.   In 2018 we will be providing MORE INDOOR SPACE FOR NURSERIES (using the non-food end of the Long Marquee) to provide a wider range of attractions.

New for 2018 is an ADDITIONAL MARQUEE which will be home to a range of interesting and high quality artisans/crafts.   We believe this new aspect to the show, supported by appropriate marketing, will give the show an even wider audience appeal and increase visitor numbers over the two days of the show weekend.  

 Our Food from Cornwall area will be as “delicious” as always. There will be the usual range of food outlets around the site.

The new CGS Spring Flower Show website will be more comprehensive for 2018 and will include a full list of exhibitors, published well ahead of show time.  It will also include an “exhibitors’ area”, where you can download forms and up to date information online including the Coach Booking Form. This will be available in early October.

For further information please contact Peter Gilmore, Show Director on 07476103670 or showdirector@cornwallgardensociety.org.uk

 

We are seeking new nurseries for 2018 to contribute to the best and probably the largest non RHS horticultural show in the country. For Trade enquiries, please contact Sue Newton, trade@cornwallgardensociety.org.uk

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Upcoming Events

  • Self-drive garden visits

    Cutlinwith, Tideford, Saltash PL12 5HX  - The owners of Cutlinwith have kindly agreed to open their beautiful garden again, just for us. Created 14 years ago and now beginning to mature, it is designed to have year-round interest. Including a water garden, streams and ponds, and a developing Acer, Magnolia and bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) walk that leads to woodland paths, it should be rich with spectacular autumn colour at the time of our visit.

    Tartendown Nurseries, Landrake, Saltash PL12 5AF -  Tartendown Nurseries are set amongst the rolling hills of a pretty valley and offers an extensive selection of traditional and exotic flowers, plants shrubs and trees, many of which are grown on the premises.

    The booking form will be included in our June 2017 mailing.

     

  • Lecture

    7.30pm - The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro TR1 1ZQ

    Howard Wills - 'Sempervivums'

    Howard confesses to being a life-long gardening enthusiast and plantaholic with a keen interest in watching, recording and studying our native fauna and flora. With many years’ experience of growing a wide range of plants, he runs a small nursery that he manages in an environmentally sensitive way.

    At Fernwood, he holds National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens (NCCPG) National Collections® of Sempervivum (his first lecture topic) and Jovibarba species and cultivars (Alpine Houseleeks). He has previously held National Collections® of Phormium species and cultivars (New Zealand Flax), and Rosularia species.