RHS aims for grow-your-own market with London Sunday shows

The RHS is launching a series of seasonal shows, RHS Secret Garden Sundays, which will take place on the first Sunday of each month in Westminster, London.

The series will run from April to September, with a Christmas event in November.

The shows will focus on what’s in season, independent food producers will sit side-by-side with stalls selling plants, seeds and tools for grow-your-own enthusiasts.

Gardening experts and cooking demonstrations will also be on offer.

RHS Secret Garden Sundays dates are as follows:

  • Sunday 6 April
  • Sunday 4 May
  • Sunday 1 June
  • Sunday 6 July
  • Sunday 3 August
  • Sunday 7 September
  • Sunday 2 November

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