Festival Green

At the heart of the festival you’ll find the Festival Green supported by Worcester Bosch. Show Gardens, picnic area and international street food market picnic area all feature in this hub of activity. Take your time and relax while getting a bite to eat. 

Festival Theatre

This year’s Festival Theatre supported by Great Little Breaks welcomes many top experts to share their knowledge and passion for food and gardening. Hosted by award winning writer, broadcaster and festival favourite James Alexander-Sinclair the talks will give you plenty of inspiration for the growing season ahead. James is looking forward to hosting the theatre again:

'I am hosting the Festival Theatre again this year:  the multi-talented Jon Wheatley has been working on the design of the theatre but nobody (not even me) knows exactly what it will look like until the grand opening on the first day of the festival. I am talking to loads of exciting people including John Torode, Alan Titchmarsh, Chris Beardshaw, Alys Fowler and the legendary Blue Peter presenter, Valerie Singleton.

Yet again the RHS Malvern Spring Festival promises to be a corker: see you there.'

Festival Street Food Market

When you’re ready for a break, pop over to the festival street food market to discover fine foods from across the world including Spanish, Thai and Greek cuisine. 

Show Gardens

As you peruse the stunning Show Gardens created by leading designers, keep an eye out for the prestigious RHS medals awarded by the judges. The designers will also be on hand for you to talk to so that you can get tips on how to transform your own garden.

Green Living Spaces 

This year we have introduced a new garden category called Green Living Spaces where we challenge designers to find inspiring solutions for compact, unusual and urban outdoor spaces. Within this category designers can create either a Balcony Garden or Patio Garden.

We welcome one international designer as part of the Moscow Flower Show Exchange while one of RHS Malvern Spring Festival's lucky designer will have the chance to showcase their garden at the Moscow Flower Show.