From 18-22 July, the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, supported by Bruntwood, will return to Cheshire’s 1,000 acre Deer Park with a bumper year to celebrate the Show’s 20th anniversary, featuring an array of new content from the scary to the spectacular.
Visitors will be offered a picture perfect opportunity to walk through a huge sunshine field of over 5000 Rudbeckia hirta Prairie Sun arranged in the shape of their extra-large daisy like flower. Also known as ‘Black-Eyed Susan’, this bright yellow flower with its ray like petals and dark centre will be grown by Coventry based Baginton Nurseries.
New for 2018, The Flower School offers a creative, hands-on experience with an array of talks and workshops on everything floral from flower crowns to growing your own cut flower patch. Florists and nurseries will be creating seven foot high flower towers, giving show goers the opportunity to vote for their favourite on social media throughout the week. Expert advice will be on hand from local growers Flowers from the Farm and Country Baskets, and florist to the stars Simon Lycett will host an interactive floristry demonstration, inviting members of the audience to join him in creating a florally fabulous installation in celebration of all things British.
Oddfellows On The Park is conveniently located just 25 minutes drive from Deer Park and set within the stunning grounds of Bruntwood Park, it's the perfect escape if you're visiting the flower show. To book your room, click 'book now' or call 0161 697 3066.