Plant Hunters' Fairs ( 
- information provided by Plant Hunters' Fairs
  • 30 plant fairs from March to September at lovely venues across the Midlands and Northwest.
  • Line-ups selected from the best independent plant nurseries from the across the country
  • Some fairs are free to enter or have a very small entry charge; others include entry to a brilliant garden at a discounted price
  • The fairs are also valuable fundraisers for the venues and every penny of the entrance fees goes to the venues to help them keep going after these tough times

To see the 2023 Plant Hunters' Fairs calendar please click here

Advice from the organisers :

  • Always check with the Plant Hunters' Fairs website or Facebook page before coming to a fair to see the latest event status.
  • Most fairs are pay on the gate, but a few fairs are ticketed and have timed arrivals to avoid parking congestion. Please see the event detail page for further info.
  • To help save plastic waste please bring your own bags or trolleys
  • Most traders take cards, but sometimes the phone signal lets then down so bring some cash as a back-up
  • The fairs are wheelchair accessible although most are on grass and some on gravel. Some sites are sloping making pushing wheelchairs or using scooters more difficult. Some parts of a garden or venue may not be accessible because of steps etc.. It's best to contact the venue for up to date information.
  • Fairs are totally in the open air and it has been known to be wet and windy in Britain in the plant fair season ;-) so wear appropriate footwear and pack a brolly or mac.

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