Hampton Court Palace Garden episode 3 2021: Rachel De Thame and Joe Swift lead the team for the last instalment from this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. This show-stopper is packed with the brightest and best summer blooms, the latest designs, and take-home tips and tricks for every gardener.
Arit Anderson discovers the secret of the perfect cut-flower garden. Mark Lane embarks on a voyage around the world among the diverse plants in the marquee. Carol Klein will be time-travelling with a trip down memory lane to see how planting can trigger memories of yesteryear, as well as revealing the latest plant to bring back into our gardens, the fuchsia. Grenfell gardener Tayshan Hayden-Smith will be checking out the festival’s community allotments, and Toby Buckland completes his three-part guide to creating the perfect outdoor living space in your garden.
Hampton Court Palace Garden episode 3 2021
The RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival returns to bring bountiful blooms and innovative garden design to the height of summer 2021. Promising a magical mix of gardens, plants, flowers, shopping, live music and delicious food, why not make a date with a sensational summer’s day out in the gorgeous grounds of Hampton Court Palace.
Explore fabulous Show, Lifestyle and Global Impact Gardens filled with ideas to try at home, and visit the famous Floral Marquee, supported by St. James’s Place Wealth Management, where you can chat with a range of expert plants people and view beautiful and unusual blooms of every colour. Discover the joys and benefits of growing-your-own and the edible delights of our community allotments, and visit the sweet-smelling Festival of Roses where you can indulge in tea and cake surrounded by 2021’s Rose of the Year winner.
From contemporary to traditional, there will be plenty of handy tips for revitalising and replenishing green spaces at the Festival. Hear from celebrity and expert speakers on gardening, floristry, design, food, wellbeing and more, and enjoy bespoke home and garden shopping from artisan trade stands. With the popular school’s competitions and fun-filled family activities returning to the festival, there’s plenty to entertain children of all ages.
Discover the solace of gardens, plants and the great outdoors at this celebratory festival, the perfect place to create lasting memories and explore new green passions with friends and family.