Henry Moore in Miniature

The Holburne Museum Bath, UK

In partnership with the Henry Moore Foundation, the Holburne Museum will dedicate an entire retrospective to Moore’s sculptures that could fit in the hand, with over 60 works that do not exceed 30cm in size. At the heart of Moore’s practice from his earliest years to the end was the directness of working on a small scale, whether it was carving small stones or pieces of wood, casting lead, modelling in clay or, as was usual in later years, modelling in plasticine around a found stone or bone to be cast in bronze.

Henry Moore

Endellion Lycett Green

Thyme Southrop, Gloucestershire, UK

Solo exhibition including a series of large-scale oil paintings, inspired by the ethereal beauty of the water meadows at Thyme in Gloucestershire. Endellion Lycett Green painted in these meadows during the Summer of 2023.

Endellion Lycett Green - Water Meadow Orchid painting 2023

Revealing Nature: The Art of Cedric Morris and Lett-Haines

Gainsborough's House Sudbury, Suffolk, UK

New exhibition at Gainsborough’s House celebrating the colourful and unique art of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines, charting their extraordinary and intertwined careers from the 1920s and 30s, when they were central to the bohemian and avant-garde scenes of Newlyn, London and Paris, to the 1940s and beyond, when the pair were based in Suffolk.

Cedric Morris painting entitled flowers in Portuguese landscape

Festival of the Garden 2024

Charleston Lewes, East Sussex, UK

Festival of the Garden brings together today’s most pioneering gardeners and designers, artists and activists, writers and musicians to reimagine our relationship with the land. The Festival includes talks, demos and practical tips for gardening in your own space. Browse plant stalls from leading specialist nurseries and curated garden stalls with ceramics, natural dyes and garden tools, as well as the festival book shop from CityBooks.

GLAS 2024

National Basketball Arena Dublin, Ireland

The Irish Garden Landscape and Amenity Sportsturf trade show featuring leading suppliers across the sector, the new Grower’s Paddock, New Product New Plant Awards, Bord Bia Thinking House, Learning Theatre talks and more. The focus will be on sharing insights and expertise on the latest consumer trends and buyer behaviour, managing rising input costs, peat alternatives, labour shortages, careers and up-skilling, sustainability, biodiversity, entering new markets and growth opportunities.

GLAS Ireland Trade Show

Great Dixter Summer Plant Fair

Great Dixter Garden Rye, East Sussex, UK

A plant fair for plant lovers near and far, tickets will be on sale at the gate for an entrance fee of £16, which includes garden entry (Friends & Annual Ticket holders: free). 

Singapore Garden Festival

Suntec Singapore, Singapore

The biennial Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) brings together top award-winning landscape and garden designers, florists and horticulturists from around the world to team up with Singapore’s own talented horticulturists.

Singapore Garden Festival

Great Comp Garden 2024 Summer Show

Great Comp Garden Platt, Kent, UK

Two-day summer show held to generate funds for the safeguarding of the historic Great Comp Garden in Kent with its rich history of suffragists and female sporting endeavours.

Great Comp House & Gardens

Plant Fair Roadshow: Hole Park Garden

Hole Park Garden Rolvenden, Cranbrook, UK

Organised by a collective of specialist nurseries, The Plant Fairs Roadshows offer a memorable gardening event in the best gardens and venues in the South East and provide visitors the opportunity to buy a wide range of locally grown, unusual plants from expert growers.

Hole Park Garden


The International Trade Centre (ITC) Hazerswoude, Netherlands

Trade event for European garden retail and wholesale sector. 5,000 sample lots from 500 growers exhibit at the trade fair, aimed at suppliers of European garden centres, retail, wholesale and garden plant buyers.

Plantarium Groen Trade Fair