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Plant Hunters' Fair 2022

Southwell Minster, Church Street, Southwell, Notts, NG25 0HD
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Sunday 7th August 2022 | 11am-4pm
Southwell Minster's Palace Gardens
£2 recommended donation


A wide selection of plants for sale from nurseries throughout the country including many rare species. This popular fair is situated in the beautiful gardens of The Archbishop's Palace next to Southwell Minster.

The Palce Garden is a fantastic place to explore and discover the history of the site through living plants. The features of the enclosed garden are inspired by medieval, Tudor, Georgian and Victorian gardens, reflecting the timeline of the Palace.

The Garden brings to life time periods important to the history of The Archbishop’s Palace. The design has four distinct parts to it: a Medieval herb parterre; a Tudor knot garden; a border planted in the style of Edwardian plants-woman Gertrude Jekyll; and Wildlife areas including a winter border and woodland and wild meadow. 

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