The Great Yorkshire Showground will host the Harrogate Spring Flower Show 2022 this weekend – kicking off today (Thursday 21st April). The three-day event will run till Sunday, April 24th, and will start off the national gardening calendar in the United Kingdom.
Get ready for beautiful displays as well as an array of incredible designer’s work from across the country will be featured, as well as live entertainment, demonstrations, and speeches.
The Harrogate Spring Flower Show will return to its customary location on Wetherby Road, the Great Yorkshire Showground. It runs from today through to Saturday, where the event will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) organises the Harrogate Spring Flower Show, a leading horticultural organisation founded more than a century ago to assist and promote horticulture in the north.
At the Great Yorkshire Showground, there will be a jam-packed schedule of speakers, demonstrations, and spirited discussions in four theatres. In the Gardener’s Kitchen, local chef Stephanie Moon will prepare a delectable feast using veg patch ingredients.
Grow-your-own guru is a term used to describe someone who grows their own plants. Martin Walker will also be on hand to give advice on how to make sure you have enough food growing on your allotment to feed your family. Martin Fish of BBC Radio York, Sarah Hopps of North Yorkshire, and show judge Helen Bainbridge will offer expert advice on getting the most from your garden.
For 2022, organisers have introduced the ‘Human Gardener,’ a look at the people behind the plants. Horticulturist Sarah Owen Hughes and landscape curator Faith Douglas are joined by specialists and ambassadors from throughout the horticultural spectrum, from bee inspectors to fungi fanatics.
Each day, new guests will be featured in a series of entertaining and engaging interview sessions to discuss their enthusiasm for gardens, wildlife, and wellbeing.
Tickets are available for around £20.50. Find out more here.