Hertfordshire Garden Show 2014 at Knebworth House over May Bank Holiday weekend

19:38 03 May 2014

The 21st annual Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place in Knebworth Park

The 21st annual Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place in Knebworth Park

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The 21st annual Hertfordshire Garden Show is on in Knebworth Park this May Bank Holiday weekend.

The 21st annual Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place in Knebworth ParkThe 21st annual Hertfordshire Garden Show takes place in Knebworth Park

A spokeswoman for the Hertfordshire stately home said: “There are always a wide variety of exhibitors at the show, including some of the best nurseries and specialists from across the region.

“Talk to the growers and choose from a huge range of top quality plants.

“There are also accessories and decorative items for your garden.

“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 Knebworth House, Park and Gardens admission ticket.

Save 10 per cent when you book tickets online through www.knebworthhouse.com

For further information call the estate office on 01438 812 661.

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