Snowdrop Roadshow at Hole Park Gardens in Kent

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Kingston Bagpuize House snowdrops

The First Plant Fair Roadshow event will take place at Hole Park in Rolvenden in Kent on Sunday 13th February.

Plant nurseries such as Copton Ash, Spring Platt Snowdrops and Galanthophile members of the Kent group of Hardy Plant Society will top the bill with an incredible range of snowdrops, and other nurseries such as Charleshurst Farm Nursery, Pineview Plants, Mrs Mitchell’s Kitchen & Garden and Swallowfields offer early shrubs and perennial.

Resident plant doctor and head gardener at Hole Park, Quentin Stark, will be on hand to offer advice and plant suggestions.

Hole Park garden in Kent

The event will take place between 11am and 3pm on 13 February 2022 and there will be 75 tickets for each morning time slot which can be booked via the Hole Park website.  Admission to the Snowdrop Roadshow is £5 for adults and includes admission to Hole Park Gardens which will be open specially for this event.

Hole Park sits quietly in the Wealden countryside with an extensive 16 acre garden and an additional 10 acres of beautiful woodlands.  The gardens are laid out in a series of rooms divided by immaculately trimmed yew hedges.  Round every corner there are surprises including interesting sculptures and water features.

Hole Park is situated 4 miles west of Tenterden on the B2086 between Rolvenden and Benenden.

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Rolvenden, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 4JB

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