We've put together a list of garden events happening this weekend across the UK, for you to enjoy! If you know of any more happening near you, please share them with the community and tag #Events.
RHS Flower Show Tatton Park
Image: RHS / Charlotte Graham
Tatton Park, 17th -21st July
Enjoy fabulous show gardens, including The Young Designer of the Year, talks and workshops and activities for all the family at another of the RHS's incredible shows. And don't forget to bring some bags to fill with more garden goodies than you can shake a spade at.
Carnivorous Plant Show
RHS Garden Wisley, 20th - 21st
The Carnivorous Plant Society invites you to learn more about these unusual plants through demonstrations, talks and friendly advice. There will also be several opportunities to view 'A Natural History of Carnivorous Plants' - an illustrated presentation.
Suffolk Nurseries Plant Fair
Fullers Mill Garden, 21st
Independent nurseries from throughout Suffolk will converge on Fullers Mill Garden to sell a range of plants on the banks of the River Lark.
Plant Hunter's Fair
Middleton Hall, 21st, 10am - 4pm
A nine-acre lake, children's play park, walled garden and a plant-rich history make Middleton Hall a wonderful day out for any plant enthusiast. Throw in a hair designed especially for plant hunters, and you've got yourself a trip not worth missing!
Plant Fairs Roadshow
Chawton House, 21st
The Plant Doctor and 13 specialist nurseries with offerings ranging from bulbs to trees will be on-site to make sure you leave with the perfect plants and inspiration for your green space.
Holkham Country Fair
Image: Holkham County Fair
Holkham Hall, 20th - 21st
Entertainment in the Grand Ring. A food village. Hundreds of trade stands. A Cookery Demonstration Theatre. If this hasn't got you covered, Allcomers' Dog Racing the Mounted Games of Great Britain and the Household Cavalry Musical Ride will undoubtedly have something for you.
Bryngwyn Summer Fayre
Image: Bryngwyn Hall and Estate
Bryngwyn Hall, 20th - 21st
Hosting the best local plants, food and drink, ceramics, wood carving, crafts, children's activities and live demonstrations, this summer fayre will take also open the Grade II listed building to the public.
Fantasy Forest Festival
|Image: Sudeley Castle
Sudeley Castle, 20th-21st
Whether it's steampunk, fantasy, medieval, pirates, gothic and cosplay, dress up in your favourite costume and unite to enjoy shows, workshops and more.
A Dog's Day Out
Traquair House, 21st
The Dog's Day Out, now in its fourth year, provides a beautiful space for dogs, their owners and anyone else who loves them.
National Garden Scheme
Of course, the National garden scheme has gardens open all over the country for you to enjoy.
Header image: RHS / Charlotte Graham