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RHS Malvern Spring Festival

RHS Malvern Spring Festival

8 May 2025 – 11 May 2025 –

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RHS Malvern Spring Festival

Floral Marquee

The 2024 Festival will celebrate over 55 carefully selected, exemplary exhibitors that all hope to be awarded a converted RHS Medal in the ginormous 190m long Floral Marquee, supported by OMODA (see below for exhibitor list). Filled with stunning displays of spring bulbs, tactile foliage and all manner of every day and unusual plants and flowers, it is a true feast for the eyes.

Shop for Plants

There are opportunities to buy choice plants and rare gems directly from these expert nurseries to fill your garden and home. The nursery owners are also on hand throughout the show to answer questions, provide advice and share with visitors their floral passion.

Potting Shed Theatre

The Floral Marquee will also be home to the Plant Societies and the Potting Shed Theatre. The sessions in the Theatre will provide the perfect opportunity to ask questions and gain specialist gardening knowledge. Find out more here.

Giant Welly

The Giant Welly will be the Floral Marquee centre piece after finishing it’s tour, of garden centres across the three counties, at the showground. It’s been decorated by local artist, Amanda Steer with a climate and biodiversity focused design to complement this year’s Festival theme of ‘Gardening for Change’. The welly will be nestled under a downpour of beautiful blooms suspended from the rafters, created by design supremo Jonathan Moseley. Find out more about the Giant Welly here.

Plant Societies

The National Plant Societies who will be joining us in 2024 are:

  • National Vegetable Society, Midlands Branch
  • British Fuchsia Society
  • Rose Society UK
  • The Cottage Garden Society
  • West & Midlands Iris Group
  • National Dahlia Society
  • National Allotment Society

Master Grower

Each year, the RHS Master Grower exhibits within the Floral Marquee. Find out more about the 2024 Master Grower here.

RHS Advisory Stand

Speak to the experts about all things gardening, from plant health issues, to planting in shady gardens and advice on propagation at the RHS Advisory Stand in the Floral Marquee. Find out more about this and the other locations you can get gardening help and advice across the Festival here.

Prestigious Awards

Along with RHS Gold, Silver-Gilt, Silver, and Bronze Medals, there are two other RHS awards that horticultural exhibitors at RHS Malvern Spring Festival hope to win. These are:

  • The Lyn Downes Award for the Best in the Floral Marquee 2024: Dibleys Nurseries with their Streptocarpus, foliage begonias and other unusual houseplants
  • Best National Plant Societies Exhibit

Click here for the full list of 2024 Floral Marquee Medals and Awards


See which exhibitors will be joining us in 2024 below (subject to change).

Floral Marquee Exhibitors Plants / Display description
Alchemy Ferns A display of hardy ferns and tree ferns
Ashcroft’s Perennials A display of ormnamental grasses and perennials
Bluebell Cottage Gardens A display of hardy perennials with spring interest
Brighter Blooms A display of container grown Zantedeschia (Calla)
Brogues Gate Nursery Japanese maples
Brookfield Plants A display of Hostas
Calamazag Plant Nursery A large display of Dianthus and complementary plants
C & K Jones A display of Roses
Celtic Wildflowers Locally sourced native wildflowers, shrubs and trees,
for large and small scale projects and pollinator-friendly gardens.
Chrysanthemums Direct A traditional display of cut flower bloom and spray Chrysanthemums
Craig House Cacti A selection of of cacti and other succulent plants
D’Arcy & Everest A display of alpines, succulents and perennials
CDS Plants Phalanopsis orchids, Dendrobiums and Oncidiums
Derbyshire Bonsai A display of bonsai trees of different species, colour age and form
Dibleys Nurseries A wide range of Streptocarpus and foliage Begonias and other unusual houseplants
Driftwood Bonsai A mixture of native and semi tropical bonsai trees including pines, junipers, maples, metasequoia, azalea and larch
East Of Eden A display of nursery bred Geum varieties
Floyds Climbers & Clemitis A display of spring flowering Clematis and climbers
Gardeners Delight Nursery A selection of seasonal perennials and shrubs for pollinators
Garth Cottage An educational display about the uses of Menthas
G & K Carnations A display of cut flower Dianthus
Grafton Nursery MASTER GROWER A display of hardy Eucalyptus
Green Jjam Nurseries A spring garden of Penstemon and perennials
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants A display of hardy carnivorous plants
Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants A display of cottage garden herbaceous spring perennials
Hare Spring Cottage Plants An educational display of Camassia
Harts Nursery A display of Lilies and summer flowering bulbs
Hedgehog Plants Epimediums and a select range of other woodland perennials
Hewett-Cooper  Carnivorous Plants A display of carnivorous plants
Home Farm Plants An educational display demonstrating propagation techniques for delphiniums
Hoyland Plant Centre An educational display of Agapanthus, Amarine and  Nerine
H.W. Hyde & Sons A display of spring flowering bulbs, Alstroemeria and Dahlias
Jurassic Plants Unusual and exotic edible trees and shrubs
Kitchen Garden Plant Centre Herbs and edible plants
Laurence Hobbs Orchids A display of exotic orchids in containers
Lincolnshire Pond Plants Ltd A wildlife friendly, colour themed pond
Mandy Plants Colourful and fragrent bowls of the latest varieties of Nemesia
New Forest Hostas A display of Hostas PLUS a display of ferns and other foliage plants
Norfield Nurseries Ltd Acers/Japanese maples
Ottershaw Catci Rare and unusual cacti and other succulents
Pheasant Acre Plants A display of spring flowering bulbs and plants
Plantagogo Heuchera, Heucherella and Tiarella in a garden setting
Potash Nursery A colourful mix of Pelargoniums
Primal Plants Succulents, palms and drought resistant planting
Primrose Hall Peonies Peonies
Priorswood Clematis Seasonal flowering Clematis and decorative climbers
Roualeyn A display of Fuchsias including hardy, basket and bush varieties
Skerne Alpines Nursery Alpine plants, predominantly sedums and Sempervivum
Staddon Farm Nurseries National Collection Primula sieboldi and Epimedium
Strete Gate Camellias Showing a wide range of Camellias and their care
Thorncroft Clematis & Climbers A selection of clematis and climbers
Tynings Climbers A selection of hardy and tender climbers
Wack’s Wicked Plants Carnivorous plants
W&S Lockyer  Succulents with spring flowering perennials. Auricula
Westdale Nurseries Bougainvillea and rose bud Pelargonium
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