Planting late interest shrubs, perennials and grasses is a great way to extend the season in the garden. The Museum of Garden History's Autumn Plant Fair will offer visitors all the inspiration they need to do this.
Knowledgeable growers will offer a wide range of enticing plants for sale and will be on hand to provide advice.
A drop in autumn-themed art workshop for children and family groups will run throughout the day.
The Museum's shop, cafe and 17th century style knot garden will be open throughout the day.
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