RHS and Titchmarsh to present 'Vision'

Alan Titchmarsh is to present the 'RHS Vision' new 10-year plan on 22 October at its RHS London Shades of Autumn Flower Show at Lindley Hall.

Alan Titchmarsh
Alan Titchmarsh

The RHS is also likely to reveal its fifth garden, which will be in the Midlands/north of England.

In March 2015, the RHS published a Vision document with 10 strategic objectives.

In November 2014, the RHS unveiled plans to spend £100m over 10 years, including engaging even more with communities, creating two new inner city gardens, opening a fifth garden, redeveloping the hilltop area at RHS Garden Wisley, creating a new Learning Centre at RHS Garden Hyde Hall with a teaching garden, increasing the number of horticultural apprenticeships offered at RHS Gardens from eight to 22 and improving the horticulture and infrastructure in the four existing RHS Gardens at Hyde Hall, Rosemoor, Wisley and Harlow Carr through investment.

The RHS Vision is likely to include an update on these objectives.

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