UK nurseries exhibitor list announced for Kew plant fair

Plant Finders Fair is to showcase the best of the UK's 'hero' nurseries and product makers this Spring at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - April 24-26, 2015

Kew Palace
Kew Palace
The nurseries include The Botanic Nursery, Pennards, The Gobbet Nursery, Hardy’s Cottage Plants, Lillies and Chillies, and Heucheraholics.

Product exhibitors include Garden and Wood, Peter Dibble basket maker, Home and Garden Ironwork, Green Man Woodcrafts and Fair stalwarts, award winning Sneeboer tools. New exhibitors to this Spring’s Plant Fair include specialist performance garden wear company Genus and Pip Hall with her ornamental stone inscriptions.

The Plant Finders Fair location is on the Banks Lawn with its backdrop of Kew Palace.  The Fair will also have a number of exhibitors located in Kew’s iconic Nash Conservatory building.

Plant Finders Fair director Therese Lang said:  "We are delighted the event is being held in Spring, a time when passionate gardeners are bursting to get back out and enjoy their gardens. The Plant Finders Fair at Kew will provide a perfect start to the 2015 gardening calendar." 

Kew commercial director Jonathan Marks said: "We are delighted to welcome the Plant Finders Fair to Kew, and we hope it will become an annual fixture on our events calendar. It is recognised as an outstanding event of this genre and matches our values and standards of excellence."

The fair replaces the former Cottesbrooke event.

Exhibitors to date
  • The Botanic Nursery
  • Bradley the Tannery
  • Beltima Glasshouses from Belgium
  • Ed Brooks Furniture
  • Camolin Nursery
  • Daisy Roots Nursery
  • Garden and Wood
  • Genus Performance Gardenwear
  • The Gobbett Nursery
  • Green Man Furniture
  • Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants
  • Heucheraholics
  • Hollow Ash Huts
  • Home and Garden Ironwork
  • Lilies and Chilies Nursery
  • Pennard Plants
  • Pepe Garden Furniture
  • Pepperpot Herbs
  • Peter Dibble Willow
  • Pip Hall Stone inscriptions
  • Redman Hardy Plants
  • Shady Plants
  • Sneeboer
  • Swines Meadow Nursery

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