Monthly Archives: July 2013

2013 Hampton Court Roundup

Twelve hour days in the heat we had during the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show were not conducive to coming home and sitting in front of a screen editing photographs and writing posts for our blog.  A little late – but here is … Continue reading

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The Goldilocks principle

With so much knowledge and a desire to share it with visitors it is sometimes difficult for an exhibitor to decide how much information to put into a display;  too much and it is overwhelming and rarely all read, too … Continue reading

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Outside our Plant Heritage marquee we have a great collection of speakers doing demonstrations and passing on their skills and knowledge.  To start off the day we had Selina Botham, designer of our Silver-Gilt medal winning central feature, talking about … Continue reading

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Press day

Open for business and looking forward to greeting the public tomorrow.  A few photographs from today’s opening of our marquee by Sophie, Countess of Wessex. It’s going to be hot for the whole week, so it should be a splendid … Continue reading

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Say it with flowers

…and a crown When Surrey based garden designer Selina Botham  won Gold and Best in show for her debut show garden in 2008, she was just out from college. This year, with five years experience as a garden designer, Selina … Continue reading

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