Gardening Blub Flowering Shows


Our Shows


 

As the first signs of Spring appear and just as everybody's thoughtsare turning to hanging baskets in the hope that we will have a glorious Summer, why not come and visit us at one of our Show Gardens. Get inspiration for your own garden and see a dazzling array of Lilies, Tulips or Dahlias on show.

The garden are spread throughout the country, to make it easier for people to visit, from Constable Burton in North Yorkshire to Chenies Manor and Pashley Manor in Hertfordshire and Sussex respectively, as well as Glenarm Castle in Northern Ireland.

If you have any questions or you need any tips both the gardeners and staff from Bloms will be available to assist you. 

Dates and locations can be found below.

 


 

Chelsea Flower Show, London

This is without doubt the World's most prestigious Flower Show. Every year during May, the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea are transformed into a plant paradise with the finest examples of horticultural excellence in the World.

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Chenies Manor, Rickmansworth

Our Show Garden at Chenies Manor, Rickmansworth is open to the public from April to October, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2- 5pm. The house is also open to visitors where it is reported that Henry VIII's ghost still roams through the rooms today.  

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Constable Burton Hall, N. Yorkshire

Constable Burton Hall in North Yorkshire is open to the public from March to October. A special tulip festival is ran here with over 6000 tulip bulbs planted in the gardens and cut blooms are on display in the main hall.

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Glenarm Castle, Ballymena

To see Bloms Bulbs at their very best why not visit our Show Garden at Glenarm Castle, Co.Antrim, approximately 40 minutess from Belfast. It is open to the public from May to September.

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Pashley Manor, Ticehurst, Sussex

Bloms Show Gardens at Pashley Manor are open from April until the end of October. The Gardens offer a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees

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