Hertfordshire garden show in full bloom at Knebworth Park

PUBLISHED: 09:34 05 May 2013 | UPDATED: 09:41 05 May 2013

Knebworth House garden show

Knebworth House garden show


THE annual spring garden show is in full bloom at Knebworth Park this May Bank Holiday weekend.

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It runs until tomorrow (Monday), from 10am to 5pm each day.

Members of the estate gardens team have been hard at work making sure the Knebworth House gardens look their spring best for the show.

Admission includes entry to the 28-acre gardens at Hertfordshire stately home. The daffodils, primroses and magnolias are now in full bloom.

A spokeswoman said: “The Hertfordshire Garden Show is an ideal place to find new ideas, plants and accessories to make your garden look really special.

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“The show attracts a variety of exhibitors, including some of the best nurseries and specialists from across the region.

“There is a range of plants, sundries and decorative items for your garden to choose from.

“It’s a great way to get your garden into shape for the new season, with plenty to inspire.”

Entrance to the show is included in the Knebworth Park and Gardens admission price, so families can enjoy a visit to the adventure playground as well as the famous dinosaur trail in the gardens.

“The gardens at Knebworth have many lovely views,” added the spokeswoman. “Find a quiet seat, relax and enjoy the spring blossoms and birdsong.

Martha Lytton Cobbold, managing director of Lytton Enterprises, said: “We are delighted to welcome this popular show to Knebworth once again.

“It’s a great opportunity to find fascinating new gadgets and accessories, as well as some unusual plants.”

For further information and online bookings visit www.knebworthhouse.com or call the estate office on 01438 812661.

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