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Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival Begins Tomorrow

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Published on July 1st 2019
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Hampton Court

The Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival begins tomorrow.
The re-named garden festival will open its doors for a relaxed week of spectacular gardens, food and music.
Image: RHS / Luke MacGregor
Garden designers are competing for awards in four categories: 'Feature Garden', 'Lifestyle Garden', 'Global Impact Garden' and 'Show Garden'.
The Floral Marquee brings together 81 growers and nurseries under one roof for an array of vibrant colours and scents.
Lavender specialists Downderry Nursery has been named this year's Master Grower and will be displaying a range of aromatic lavender from their nursery in Kent. The Festival of Roses will also be returning, boasting some of the UK’s finest rose growers, with names such as David Austin Roses, Peter Beales Roses and Eastcroft Roses.
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RHS Festival Manager Gemma Lake said: 'This year is gearing up to be a show-stopping event. It will be packed with immersive experiences and activities so that all our festival-goers not only get to enjoy the beauty of plants, flowers and gardens but also have a fantastic summer’s day out with lots to get involved in, so there really is something for everyone.'
Candide will be bringing you updates from the festival, as well as exclusive chats with designers.
For more information and tickets, check out the RHS website.
Hero image - RHS / Luke MacGregor

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