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Spring Plant Fair

Following the huge success of last year’s Specialist Plant Fairs, the Plant Fairs Roadshow returns to Borde Hill Garden this spring with a wide range of locally grown, garden-worthy and unusual plants to inspire keen gardeners.
An exciting line-up of independent UK nurseries from across five counties in the South East (including several RHS exhibitors) will be exhibiting on the Azalea Ring and the Plant Fairs Roadshow’s very own Plant Doctor will be able to answer questions and help visitors find the right plant for the right place. Borde Hill’s Garden Team will also be available during the event to answer questions too.

The spring plant fair is a wonderful time to visit Borde Hill, with a great display of rhododendrons, azaleas and flowering trees, bluebells starting to show their heads above the ground in Warren Wood, tulips en masse and 1,000 Fritillaria orientalis ‘Rubra’ providing a feast for the eyes in the Italian Garden.

Nurseries attending:
Beechbridge Plants
Chailey Iris Garden
Charleshurst Farm Nursery
Clares Chillies
Copton Ash
Cottage Garden Plants
Daisy Roots
Forget Me Not Plants
Hardys Cottage Plants
Hedgehog Plants
Mrs Mitchells Kitchen Garden
Pelham Plants
Phoenix Plants
Pineview Plants
Riverside Bulbs
Rose Cottage Plants
Plant Heritage – Sussex
Hardy Plant Soc – Sussex
Day Tickets*
Adult– £10.50
Concession – £10.00
Child (aged 3-16) – £7.00
Child under 3 – Free
Carer – Free

Concession rates apply to visitors with a disability, students with ID and 60+ claiming a pension

Family Day Tickets*
2 Adults + up to 3 Children – £34.00
1 Adult + up to 3 Children – £25.00

* note a 5% online discount is available for Day Tickets pre-booked at least a day in advance

2022 Borde Hill Membership
Adult – £32.00 (or £2.67 monthly*)
Child – £17.50 (or £1.46
Borde Hill Garden Borde Hill Lane, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 1XP
Sun 8 May
Contact telephone: 01444450326 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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