The London shows provide a large range of exceptionally high-quality plants," said deputy show director Tim Oakland. "This is a great opportunity to experience spring at its most vibrant, buy beautiful specimens and speak to nationally acclaimed horticulturalists."
Other show highlights will include a nationwide annual spring competition from the Alpine Garden Society, which will show people how to grow alpines from seed and host talks. The RHS will also hold a hyacinth competition.
"This celebration of spring will give visitors the opportunity to take home tips and advice on how to revitalize even the most tired and frost-bitten gardens after the harsh winter," said Oakland.