Great Pavilion of Art and Flowers
The Great Pavilion of Art & Flowers pays homage to our festival theme Through the Lens. Discover features looking at the art of photography through the ages.
Let your creativity run wild with a variety of art, craft and floral workshops in our brand-new Makers Emporium.
Transform an old plant pot with French Nest into an item of beauty for your garden using ‘Frenchic’ paint. Create your own custom tote bag with The English Stamp Company using a selection of nature-inspired rubber stamps. Join The Makerss and create an adorable needle felted blue-tit, chicken or pansy.
Bring your little ones along, on Saturday or Sunday, to join Jonathan Moseley in his fun workshops just for kids. They can make a beautiful spring flower tree or an arrangement in a vegetable pot.
To find out more and to book visit Bookable Treats.
Growing Rooms with Paul Hervey-Brookes
New for 2019. We're challenging designers and plant lovers to create a room inspired by art and indoor plants. Mentored by expert designer Paul Hervey Brookes, each designer takes inspiration from one of 12 pieces of art combined with interior design ideas.
Whether it’s a space to relax, entertain, work, or sleep in, it’s a room which speaks to the designer and allows them to share their passion with you at the festival.
Flower Talk Theatre
Join talented florist Jonathan Moseley at the Flower Talk Theatre for daily floral talks and demonstrations.
Not to be missed, Jonathan is uniting cut flowers with floral haute couture in his latest floral installation at RHS Malvern. Taking inspiration from this year’s theme, Through the Lens, he has created a visual sensation.
The feature is based around the idea of the original television cameras. How they captured images of current trends and fashions, then relayed them into people’s homes.
May is full of fabulous blooms. Tulips, alliums, paeonies and exotic orchids are all strutting their stuff on Jonathan’s floral cat walk.
Flowers and fashion are intrinsically linked, and the Flower Talk Theatre is where you can discover what’s hot in the world of flowers.
Home to works of art, all created from flowers and foliage. This is a delight for the senses with the exhibition full of colour and fragrance.
This year talented amateur floral artists are tasked with Capturing a Moment in Time. With 16 classes with titles such as Kaleidoscope, and View from the Window, the lavish floral inventions are sure to impress with their creativity and flair.
Bridging the gap between art and science, graphic design and pure photography, discover three X-Ray Floral Terrariums in the Great Pavilion of Art and Flowers. At six metres tall they are lit like lanterns and display artwork by X-ray Artist, Hugh Turvey from The British Institute of Radiology.