On Sunday 27 July the Flower Power Fair is back at Lytham Hall by popular demand. This event offers an excellent opportunity to purchase locally sourced British plants from specialist nurseries and growers. Peter Foley, former owner of Holden Clough Nursery will also be holding informal Gardener's Question Time sessions so bring along any problem plants or ask Peter how to get the best out of your plants, gardens, lawns or compost heap!
Judy Popley, the organiser of Flower Power Fairs said : “Lytham Hall has always proved to be extremely popular with gardening folk, despite some dreadful weather that seemed to plague us for the first two years. It's always a pleasure to return and the intimate area at the rear of the Hall is just perfect for us."
With the South Prospect Garden in the process of being returned from overgrown woodland to formal garden, this is a perfect time to visit Lytham Hall, see the changes on site and buy some great British grown plants from dedicated professionals.
Marianne Blaauboer, Activity Plan Officer at Lytham Hall added: “Our visitors to the parkland have seen a transformation over the last months, and this summer will see more change to the area formerly known as the Diana Car Park. We invite people to keep coming back to witness the change.”
Opening times for the Fair are 11am – 4pm, £3 entry for adults, under15s free, free car parking on site. For other dates, check www.flowerpowerfairs.co.uk. Follow @flowerpowerfair on Twitter or on Facebook.