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The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show 2017

The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show 2017

The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is the largest exhibition in the UK, which is entirely devoted to floral design, landscape design and landscape architecture. For those, who have already seen the flower display at Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park, a visit to the flower exhibition in Harrogate will be an ideal alternative. It is not only the visit of one of the most reputable events in the world of gardening, but it is an opportunity to find something useful for home and members of family. During the exhibition several special demonstrations will be held. Among them are the largest exhibitions of tulips and demonstration of Host and Hemerocallis. A British society of gardeners and lovers of certain kinds of plants and flowers are participated in the exhibition. Despite flora, visitors will find many items to decorate interiors and gardens, handmade things, jewelry and more. The event will be held from 15 to 17 September in Harrogate, United Kingdom, 2017. The program of the display includes:

— garden plants, garden design and landscaping,

-floriculture;

-the cultivation of fruit and vegetables;

-garden equipment and furniture;

-greenhouses;

-winter gardens, sculptures, sidewalks and patio;

-crafts and gifts, gardening accessories

The organizer of the event is the North of England Horticultural Society.

Fans of flowers will get a chance to lose themselves in a lake of over five thousand stunning blooms when they examine the largest show of British specialized horticultural groups. Whether one likes a large, rough dahlias, colorful carnations or manicure bonsai trees, he will be charmed by the varied quantity of flora. At the exhibition there are many high quality goods offering a great chance to buy everything one need for the garden. Organized program of horticultural and culinary shows, as well as excellent shopping opportunities in the garden, skills, gifts and special regional food products will help to make this day unforgettable for fans of the garden.

The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is the largest exhibition in the UK, which is entirely devoted to floral design, landscape design and landscape architecture. For those, who have already seen the flower display at Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park, a visit to the flower exhibition in Harrogate will be an ideal alternative. It is not only the visit of one of the most reputable events in the world of gardening, but it is an opportunity to find something useful for home and members of family. During the exhibition several special demonstrations will be held. Among them are the largest exhibitions of tulips and demonstration of Host and Hemerocallis. A British society of gardeners and lovers of certain kinds of plants and flowers are participated in the exhibition. Despite flora, visitors will find many items to decorate interiors and gardens, handmade things, jewelry and more. The event will be held from 15 to 17 September in Harrogate, United Kingdom, 2017. The program of the display includes:

— garden plants, garden design and landscaping,

-floriculture;

-the cultivation of fruit and vegetables;

-garden equipment and furniture;

-greenhouses;

-winter gardens, sculptures, sidewalks and patio;

-crafts and gifts, gardening accessories

The organizer of the event is the North of England Horticultural Society.

Fans of flowers will get a chance to lose themselves in a lake of over five thousand stunning blooms when they examine the largest show of British specialized horticultural groups. Whether one likes a large, rough dahlias, colorful carnations or manicure bonsai trees, he will be charmed by the varied quantity of flora. At the exhibition there are many high quality goods offering a great chance to buy everything one need for the garden. Organized program of horticultural and culinary shows, as well as excellent shopping opportunities in the garden, skills, gifts and special regional food products will help to make this day unforgettable for fans of the garden.