May 27, 2015
The new pop-up gardens at this year’s Royal Bath & West Show are set to inspire green fingers and promote different areas of Britain’s gardening industry at the Horticultural Village.
The show is England's biggest annual celebration of rural life and has been running for the last 50 years. This year's show (27th - 30th May 2015) promises a few new treats for those with green fingers.
There will be a new look to the Horticulture Village this year with four small and inspiring Pop-Up gardens built in a day by four local horticultural experts; Julian Shave landscaping, Bridgwater College, Charles Dowding and Stephanie Hafferty and our very own THE PIG-near Bath.
The gardens will be focused around diverse themes including; walled kitchen potager gardens, no-dig productive gardening and a 1945 garden to celebrate VE day.
The Royal Bath & West Show is about supporting good traditional farming practice, good land management and farming and horticulture. The show helps to inspire a new generation of people to work with, and on, the land and supports all those who have dedicated their lives to working with the land in rural England. .