Roses, Home-Grown Veg and Lovely Plants at Sugnall Walled Garden – 3rd July

An Aerial view over Sugnall Hall Walled garden
An Aerial view over Sugnall Hall Walled garden

On Sunday 3rd July Plant Hunters’ Fairs return to Sugnall Walled Garden for a brilliant event giving all garden lovers a wonderful plant fair and the chance to explore this working 18th Century kitchen garden in at the height of summer all for the special entry price of just £1.

Martin Blow of Plant Hunters’ Fairs said

” The kitchen garden will be full to brim with vegetables, fruit and flowers and it’s really special to be able to choose from a tearoom menu that showcases the garden’s own produce”.
“As always we have invited our favourite nurseries all with their own unique range of plants from trees to alpines, herbs to herbaceous perennials. Plant lovers will find old favourites, rarities and brand new varieties all lovingly grown by the specialist nurseries. We all love the atmosphere at Sugnall Walled Garden which is intimate, friendly and steeped in history”.

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At this time of summer, the old roses will be in full bloom and full of fragrance, the herbs will be a-buzz with bees and the strawberries will be ripening. It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy a kitchen garden.

Gates open at 10am and the fair continues until 4pm.

The Walled Garden is on the B5026, Eccleshall to Loggerheads road. There is ample free parking.

Full details from www.planthuntersfairs.co.uk or phone 01785 850820 to contact the garden.