Monday, March 23, 2015

RHS Malvern Spring Festival-May 2014-Part Three!

The Geese Were Very Calm
The Chickens Were Scratching!
Look At This Rosemary!
Urban Herbs on Display
Southfield Nurseries-Cacti and Succulents
Pheasant Acre Plants-Tulips, Alliums & Other Flowers Grown From Bulbs
Wildegoose Nursery Home of Bouts Violas
Letham Plants-Dicentras
Cooks Garden Centre-Hardy & Tender Patio Plants
Plants4Presents-Citrus Trees in Fruit & Flower
Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants-Herbaceous Perennials
Stonecrop Herbs-Herbs, Citrus, Mediterranean Plants & Trees
Priorswood Clematis-Clematis and Climbers
As I have said before the RHS Malvern Spring Festival has a bit of everything for every kind of gardener or farmer.  It has livestock and then the beautiful displays like the Chelsea Flower Show.  I had never seen flowers, vegetables or herbs displayed like they do at Chelsea.  This is a very inspiring show.  If you are ever in England in early May, be sure to go to the RHS Malvern Spring Festival.  Great Malvern is a beautiful area even without the festivals.

Still cold here but sunny.  Looking for several nice days where we can go and clip down our perennials and get ready for the warmer temperatures.  Hope spring or autumn has come your way.  I have one more part of the RHS Malvern Spring Festival from last year to share with you and then we will finish posting about my 2014 England trip before we get back out in the gardens for the 2015 season.  Will probably talk to you tomorrow.

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