From 21 to 25 July the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Flower Show Tatton Park will make a welcome return to Cheshire’s spectacular 1,000-acre Deer Park. The floral extravaganza will be one of the first major outdoor events to be held in the North-West this year, bringing gardeners and plant lovers together to celebrate the ‘Summer of Love’. The RHS is joining forces with the gardening team at Tatton Park with a Feature Garden by Manchester based designer Michael McGarr which takes inspiration from the ecology of the lesser-known areas of Tatton Park, inspiring visitors to look at their own local green spaces and the wealth of biodiversity they attract for inspiration on how to fill their own gardens with wildlife friendly plants.
Garden with a view, show garden, designed by Pip Prober. RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2021
Celebrating the wonderful world of floristry the popular Flower School will return with floral creations by local florists and demonstrations from floristry expert Jonathan Moseley. Combining flowers and fashion the show will also welcome Fleurs de Villes who will make their northern debut, bringing their spectacular array of floral couture installations to the show, blending fresh blooms with bespoke floral-dressed mannequins.
Amie Bone’s creation from Fleur de Villes Covent Garden show May 2019.
It was for the National Portrait Gallery, a floral rendering of The Ditchley portrait!
Gemma Lake, RHS Flower Show Tatton Park Show Manager said: “We are so excited to return to Tatton Park this summer for a much needed celebration of colour, love and all things gardening. We have seen a huge increase in people gardening and growing over the last year and so to be able to return to the North-West this summer with a show full of inspiration and advice for all gardeners and plant lovers is fantastic. After months of planning and uncertainty and with additional safety measures in place we can’t wait to return to what we do best, putting on our famous RHS Flower Show for all to enjoy.”
RHS Flower Show Tatton Park will run from 21 – 25 July. Tickets can be purchased at www.rhs.org.uk/tatton