Hatfield House Garden Show taking place this weekend

17:05 30 May 2014

The Hatfield House Garden Show takes place on May 31 and June 1

The Hatfield House Garden Show takes place on May 31 and June 1

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Green-fingered gardening enthusiasts will be heading to Hatfield House in their droves this weekend.

The 2014 Hatfield House Garden Show takes place at the Hertfordshire stately home tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday.

Held in front of the recently restored frontage at Hatfield House, the show will feature specialist nurseries, a wide selection of plants and seeds, the latest garden equipment, original crafts, and fine food direct from the producers.

Experts will also be hosting a ‘Gardening Question Time’, and there will be drop-in workshops in floral decorations using fresh flowers and seasonal greenery.

Visitors can also admire The Great British Sculpture Show, which is currently on display in the grounds of Hatfield House.

The Hatfield House Garden Show runs from 10am to 5pm on May 31 and June 1.

Admission costs £10 adults, £9 seniors and it is free for accompanied children under 16. The price includes access to the West Garden, Woodland Garden and Hatfield Park.

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