Spring plant fair at Dalwood’s Burrow Farm Gardens

The scene at a previous spring plant fair. Picture: SUBMITTED

The scene at a previous spring plant fair. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

Specialist nurseries will be offering a wide selection of trees, shrubs, climbers, roses, perennials and alpines.

Gardeners and plant enthusiasts will be heading for Dalwood on Sunday, April 15.

Conservation charity, Plant Heritage is holding a Spring Plant Fair at Burrow Farm Gardens between 10am to 3pm.

Specialist nurseries will be offering a wide selection of trees, shrubs, climbers, roses, perennials, alpines, garden tools and metalwork in the beautiful 13 acre gardens developed by plantswoman Mary Benger.

Jenny Harding, of Entwood Farm Plants, near Lyme Regis, will have a stall at the fair.


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She said: “Plant fairs are great for finding the kind of plants you won’t see in many garden centres, at reasonable prices and with the added bonus of expert advice thrown in. With lots of small, often family run nurseries like ours, there’s always a great choice for everyone.”

Organiser Helen Brown said: “Buying at the fair is an excellent way to support small West Country businesses and Devon Plant Heritage, your local and Europe’s largest garden plant conservation charity.”

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Morning coffee, light lunches and teas will be available in the garden tearoom. Entry to the fair is £1 which goes to support the charity and garden entry is discounted to £6. For more information about the plant fair visit www.plantheritagedevon.co.uk

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