Book tickets for the Gardens Illustrated Festival 2017

Join us at the Gardens Illustrated Festival, 25-26 March, to celebrate the very best in gardens, plants and design. Tickets on sale now.

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Join us at the Gardens Illustrated Festival, 25-26 March, to celebrate the very best in gardens, plants and design. Tickets on sale now.

Gardens Illustrated Festival 2017

 

Gardens Illustrated is delighted to announce that our second festival is taking place over the weekend of 25-26 March 2017 at the magnificent country house and gardens of Westonbirt School in the Cotswolds.

Drawing together an exciting programme of speakers, the two days will be packed with fascinating horticultural discussions and discoveries, plus tours of Westonbirt and other Cotswold gardens.

 

 

Stepping out of the house, on to the terraced lawns, you'll find our shopping marquee selling a carefully chosen selection of plants from specialist nurseries, and gardening goods from some of our favourite companies and artisan makers. There is also the opportunity to chat to expert horticulturists and designers about your own queries at our plant and design clinics.

Join us and get your gardening season off to a great start.

 

Speakers for 2017 include: James Alexander-Sinclair, Jinny Blom, Val Bourne, Helen Dillon, Marina Christopher, Annie Guilfoyle, Andy Hamilton, Mary Keen, Noėl Kingsbury, Roy Lancaster, Arne Maynard, Anne-Marie Powell, Sarah Raven, Charlie Ryrie, Cleve West

 

To find details of all events go to gardensfestival.com. Tickets are on sale now for all our talks and reservation is open for the free plant and design clinic.

 

 

 

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