Rain or shine we'll be there!
Our events are outdoors so if rain's forecast bring a brolly!
Past events 2015:
Our latest news:
16 April Artisan Plant Supports are unable to attend Consall Hall - see them at Sugnall in July!
23rd Mar: Martin was on the Andy Potter Radio Derby show on Friday afternoon (27th March)
23rd Mar: Great at Dearnford Lake yesterday with so many gardeners braving the early morning frost to get out and get some wonderful plants. See you again there on 2nd August!
19th Mar: Read about Wildegoose Nursery in this month's issue of Landscape magazine
3rd Mar: We are pleased to add Mark Paviour to our list of garden speakers.
2nd Mar: We've just updated the look of our website to help it display better on smaller screens. Hope you like it
2 Mar: Kim Hurst of the Cottage Herbery has just published a new book - more here.
13th Feb: We've just added the nursery line-ups to the remainder of our events. There are a few more additions still to be announced so watch this space!
9th Feb: We are putting together our 2015 Spring Newsletter. If you want to be first to get it then subscribe by clicking here (no spam, no sharing of your details)
12 Jan: Our 2015 leaflet is now being sent out. If you would like a stock for your venue or club please contact Janet.
12 Jan: We are pleased to welcome the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust information and advice stall to Carsington Water in April
23 Dec: Some lovely extra photos of Abbeywood Garden added for you to enjoy!
22 Nov: We have added Robert Barlow from North Staffs Hostas to our list of garden speakers. Click here for details
6 Nov: New venue for 2015 - Donington Le Heath manor House, near Coalville Leicestershire on Saturday 9th May - 13th Century Manor and physic garden - just £1.00 entry. Details here.
Where you can meet lots of nurseries all in one place and to find those special plants perfect for your unique garden.
Our fairs make a great value and inspiring day out - browse the plants, get some advice, enjoy a brilliant garden and perhaps lunch at a lovely garden restaurant or tearoom.
But what makes Plant Hunters' Fairs different and special?
Our fairs are hosted by the most beautiful and most prestigious gardens in our region and we have arranged reduced rates at most. Click here to see where we will be in 2015
Entry prices are low (or even free) so you can pop in for an hour and pick up some plants without breaking the bank.
We don't make money from your entrance fees. Where an entrance fee is charged all of the entrance money goes to the garden hosting the event, often Charitable Trusts, raising much needed funds to help maintain these lovely gardens into the future.
All our nurseries are proper growers and able to give accurate information based on their real experience. You can inspect our complete range of nurseries: you won't find fly-by-nights and supermarket plants. You will find RHS medallists and National Collection Holders, keen plantspeople, designers and artisans. Above all people who love plants and are passionate about what they grow
Our wonderful spring newsletter written by our nurseryfolk and venue gardeners is now available to download: click here.
Every line up of nurseries is selected and planned to ensure each stall is different with it's own unique specialty.
We had plants from 15 Plant Heritage National Collections at our plant fairs in 2014.
Great for groups:
If you organise days out for your group click here for special arrangements we can offer to make your day complete.
Our 2015 leaflet is now available. If you would like a stock for your venue or club please contact Janet.