Razvan Chisu, a professional gardener from Crewe, is leading the team building a 6 m by 2m stand of plants grown by members of the Hardy Plant Society Cheshire group.
He said: "The display will be educational and will use the Royal Horticultural Society’s hardiness rating scale so that visitors can understand more about the individual plants and select plants based on scientific information as to how hardy they are and how well they will grow in their gardens at home. The display will contain information on drainage, soil and temperature and will hopefully show the diversity of hardy plants."
"It’s wonderful the diversity of plants that we have in the UK and the number that can be grown in our gardens. With our ‘non-winters’ the last few years we have really started to push the boundaries."
Members from the Cheshire group of the Hardy Plant Society have been growing plants for the stand for the past year.