Summer Plant Fair

Family Event
Sun 30th June 2019
Summer Plant Fair at Burton Constable Hall

New for 2019, the Summer Plant Fair in the Grounds of Burton Constable Hall  is sure to be the perfect day out for gardeners!

Browse a range of stalls on the South Lawns selling plants, garden ornaments, gifts and much more besides.

Enjoy talks, tours, trails, live music and delicious food as you explore the majestic Parkland at Burton Constable.

Location: The South Lawns, Burton Constable Hall
Time: 10am - 5pm, last admission 4pm.
Tickets: Included with the normal admission charges 

Carriage House Talks 

11.30am: Bloom & Gray Flower Farm – growing cut flowers in East Yorkshire. 

Bloom & Gray is a flower farm located in Burstwick, East Yorkshire. Since 2017 Sarah Gray has been growing British cut flowers for weddings, workshops and farmers markets. Sarah will discuss how she got in to the business of growing flowers and how you can create your own cut flower patch at home.

12.30pm:  Gardener's Question Time - with renowned horticulturist and radio presenter Doug Stewart

1.30pm: Grow Your Own - tips and ideas for creating a successful and production vegetable patch with renowned horticulturist and radio presenter Doug Stewart

2.30pm: Plant Yourself Happy - An essential guide to houseplants and your well being.

An introduction into how houseplants can brighten up your home and workplace. Do you feel under constant pressure from day to day living or just lead a busy life. Houseplants can make a significant difference by increasing your health, wellbeing and  productivity, whilst at the same time lower stress levels. Question and answer session on Houseplants.

No need to book - just pop in to the Carriage House in the 2nd courtyard of the stables.


Contact Information:

Joy Swift - Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163


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