Garden Museum Spring Plant Fair

Held at the Garden Museum for over forty years, the Spring Plant Fair at the Garden Museum celebrates the arrival of spring and the start of the gardening calendar.

Garden Museum Spring Plant Fair

The Garden Museum’s annual Spring Plant Fair returns on Sunday 14 April, gathering specialist plant nurseries and growers from around the country for a day of plant shopping, talks and workshops for city gardeners. Stalls will include Great Dixter Nursery and Beth Chatto’s Plants & Gardens, providing a rare opportunity for Londoners to shop garden plants grown by these beloved and historic nurseries.

From shade specialists to plants for pollinators, meet the growers and pick their brains on what will flourish in your garden, balcony or allotment. Further stalls will include specialist growers such as Moore & Moore Plants, The Kew Plantsman, Zophian Plants, Benton irises from Vegelicious of Hadleigh and Friends of Arnold Circus.

This year’s fair will also feature a programme of talks and workshops on growing flowery annuals, seed sowing and increasing wildlife and biodiversity in small spaces, as well as a cookery demo and tasting in our studio kitchen.

Programme curated with garden designer Susanna Grant, founder of Hackney-based shade specialist plant shop Hello There Linda. Supported using public funding from Arts Council England.