The Woburn Abbey Garden Show takes place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June 2020 in Woburn Abbey’s beautifully landscaped gardens and promises to be the highlight of the horticulturalists’ calendar.
Known as the ‘Gardeners’ Garden Show’ the event brings together some of the best-known and loved experts including BBC Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost, BBC Radio 4 Gardeners’ Question Time expert, Pippa Greenwood, international florist Jonathan Moseley, renowned UK garden designer James Alexander-Sinclair and 14-year old RHS Ambassador George Hassall. New to the line up in 2020 will be Jim Buttress, former Royal Gardener, renowned horticulturalist, and winner of numerous Gold Medals at Chelsea Flower Show.
Woburn Abbey Garden Show is delighted to offer Morgan Sports Car Club Members a special Group Rate of £11.75 per person, which includes Fast Track entry via the Deer Park, privileged parking area within the show site and breakfast.
Tickets must be booked online via the links below
Terms and Conditions: Morgan Sports Car Club Group ticket holders must be current members of the MSCC and arrive at the Woburn Abbey Garden Show 2020 in a Morgan. Names of all ticket bookings will be checked with the MSCC Secretary and if lapsed or non-MSCC Members have purchased a ticket it will be made void, they will not be granted a refund, and will not be permitted to enter the show.
Highlights for Woburn Abbey Garden Show 2020
Connecting Plants and People
The line-up includes specialist nurseries as well as those with rare and interesting plants available to buy. This year the nursery displays will be assessed by James Alexander-Sinclair and ‘The People’s Gardener’ Jim Buttress.
Plants and Produce
As well as the Artisan Food Hall with an array of local producers selling homemade and free-from products, there will be The Field Kitchen, where chefs will demonstrate how to make the most of food fresh from the garden. Topics will include ‘the must-grow herbs’ and ‘new ways with vegetables’ to ‘how to use edible flowers’ and novel recipes to make the most of the vegetable garden glut.
The show also offers an array of hand-picked garden sundries suppliers selling everything from stylish garden furniture, greenhouses and pots, to plant supports, elegant garden rooms and gifts for gardeners - all stands have been selected for their high quality, and having something that’s special and a bit different. With a vast experience of flower shows, Garden Designer, Author and Editor at Large of Garden News Ian Hodgson will assess all Garden Trade stands and present an award for the Best Garden Trade Stand Display.
Other show highlights include exploring the 28 acres of Woburn Abbey Gardens and rare access to the 14 acres of The Duke and Duchess of Bedford’s Private Gardens, complimentary guided tours, a live band, The Hop Garden with local craft beer, The Pimm’s Garden, Street Food Catering Court and much more.