Hertfordshire Garden Show 2015 in full bloom at Knebworth House this May Bank Holiday weekend

PUBLISHED: 18:03 01 May 2015 | UPDATED: 18:03 01 May 2015

Roses at Knebworth House Gardens

Roses at Knebworth House Gardens


The 22nd Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place at historic Knebworth House this May Bank Holiday weekend.

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Find new ideas, plants and accessories to make your garden look really special at the popular spring garden show at Knebworth Park from tomorrow (Saturday).

The annual Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place from May 2 to May Bank Holiday Monday, May 4.

The show opens at 10am each day.

There will be a wide variety of exhibitors at the show, including some of the best nurseries and specialists from across the region.

Visitors can talk to the growers and choose from a huge range of top quality plants.

There are also accessories and decorative items for your garden.

A spokeswoman for the estate said: “It’s a great way to get your garden ready for the new season, with plenty of fresh ideas for inspiration.”

Entrance to the Garden Show is included in the £9.50 per person Knebworth Gardens, Dinosaur Trail Park and Adventure Playground admission ticket.

The 28 acres of formal gardens at Knebworth House are looking spectacular this spring.

Families can also enjoy a visit to the Adventure Playground, as well as the famous Dinosaur Trail and maze in the gardens.

You can buy tickets on the gate, or save 10 per cent when you book tickets in advance online through the Knebworth House website at www.knebworthhouse.com

Advanced tickets are only available up to midnight on the day before your visit.

Knebworth House can be visited for a small additional supplement, payable on the day.

* For more information visit www.knebworthhouse.com

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