With less than three months until we open our gates to this year’s Cornwall Garden Society Spring Flower Show, we now look to our visitors to enter our competitive classes.
Whether it be dazzling displays of daffodils, magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons, or maybe even floral art, there’s a class for all.
With over 170 competitive classes at this year’s show, we invite you to download this year’s schedule of competitive classes or for those with a photographic eye, why not enter our photographic classes.
To learn more please download the relevant forms below.
Schedule of Competitive Classes
We look forward to seeing your entries at the Cornwall Garden Society Spring Flower which will be held at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th April 2020.
Our members have some truly beautiful and interesting gardens. Take a look to see some of the wonderful things growing.
You can take out CGS membership as an individual or as a family and there are lots of benefits.
This five-day garden tour takes in the finest gardens of Kent and Sussex, and showcases late summer planting. One of the many highlights is an exclusive visit to Perch Hill where we will enjoy a talk by Sarah Raven, a guided tour of her gardens and lunch.
Other highlights include a guided tour of Christopher Lloyd’s and Fergus Garrett’s Great Dixter, and a visit to Vita Sackville- West’s Sissinghurst. This holiday will also include entry to the magnificent RHS Partner Gardens of Great Comp and Merriments, the award-winning Pashley Manor and West Dean Gardens.
Dinner, bed and breakfast will be provided at the Mercure Hotel at Tunbridge Wells and we will benefit from the services of a Brightwater Tour Manager.
If you would like to join us on this garden holiday, please click here to download a booking form.
Burrow Farm Gardens provide 13 acres of colour-themed planting and lawns that sweep past an ancient oak to the lake. The Anniversary Garden, created in 2010, with its ornamental grasses and perennials, is at its best at this time of year. Other areas include the Terrace Garden, Rose Garden, Millennium Garden, Woodland Garden and Wildflower Meadow which contains two wildlife ponds.
In contrast, the one-acre plantsman’s garden at Prospect House is hidden behind high walls with Axe valley views. Well- stocked borders of rare and tender shrubs mingle with late summer perennials including rudbeckia, helenium, echinacea, helianthus, crocosmia, grasses and 200 varieties of salvia.
The booking form will be available in June 2020.