Just a heads up that today is the last day of GROW London up on Hampstead Heath. It’s such a lovely idea – the show is all about ideas from over 100 exhibitors on how to transform your outside space, no matter how large or small. There’s contemporary and classic garden furniture, rare and hard-to-find plants and flowers from British nurseries, and lots of carefully chosen garden sculpture, pots, planters, accessories and tools.
You can take part in talks and workshops, and there are consultations with experts from the Society of Garden Designers. There’s all the info at growlondon.com
I’m not able to go as I am off to Cannes for the Cannes Lions this afternoon, which is why you’re getting a pre-post instead of a post-post. (This isn’t an ad – I just think it’s well worth supporting, Hampstead Heath is one of my favourite places in London, & they sent me all these wonderful things which make me very sad I can’t go to buy more!)
In picture above:
Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants – seeds, Niwaki Okatsuna thinning scissors, Thornback & Peel Hand-printed cotton handkerchief, Hortus Loci Salvia nemonosa ‘Viola Klose‘, Boskke ‘Cube’, Franchi Seeds of Italy Misticanza Lattughe Croccanti Seeds (Lettuce), The Stripes Company Stripy gardening gloves, Beefayre Seeds for bees card, Adorn Hanging copper planters and air plants, Sneeboer Personalised transplanting trowel with opener, Kabloom Seedbomb
GROW London Marquee, Lower Fairground Site, East Heath Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 1TH