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The RHS Malvern Spring Festival returns to Three Counties Showground this May, showcasing the best in gardening, food and lifestyle
The four-day festival takes place 9-12 May and will host inspirational show gardens created by RHS Gold Medal winners, alongside displays by specialist plant and floral exhibitors in the Floral Marquee.
A number of familiar faces will be at the festival, including gardeners Monty Don and Chris Beardshaw and chef Raymond Blanc.
This year’s festival has the theme ‘Through a Lens’ and takes inspiration from the silver collide process, which has been used in photography for 180 years.
There will be eight Show Gardens for visitors to enjoy, as well as five Green Living Spaces. Inside the Floral Marquee there’ll be displays from 70 hand-picked nurseries from across the UK. For the first time this year the Floral Marquee will also include an indoor plant area, where visitors can pick up the best house plants and succulents.
Advance tickets for the festival are on sale now, with prices starting at just £19 for RHS and Three Counties members, or £21 for the general public (booking and transaction fee applies). Children under 16 are free and group tickets are also available. Visit the RHS Malvern website for more information.
For your chance to win tickets to the RHS Malvern Spring Festival on Thursday 9 May, simply answer the question below. Competition closes at 23.59 on Thursday 2 May.