The Garden Museum's annual plant fair will once again entice gardeners with an unrivalled opportunity to buy unusual plants from specialist growers, right at the start of the new season.
The main body of the museum will be transformed into a horticultural paradise where gardeners will be enticed by scrambling clematis, divine auriculas, exquisite iris, sophisticated box, and a wide range of herbaceous perennials, flowering bulbs and herbs.
The nurserymen will be delighted to recommend the perfect plant for that dark shady border or hot, sunny balcony, and new for 2009, British Wildflower Plants who will have much to offer the gardener who is interested in creating a more natural style of garden. In addition, we are delighted to see the return of Michael Ristic with his beautiful range of restored historic garden tools.
Part of the Garden Museum's Festival of Small Nurseries.
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