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Friday June 05 , 2020

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RHS Malvern -v- RHS Chelsea

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Following a survey conducted by Which? Gardening Magazine it appears the RHS Malvern Spring Show is preferred over the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show by its readers.  People have said a huge plus for it was it being in a 'lovely location' at the Three Counties Showground at the foot of the Malvern Hills.  Other draws were its ease of access and parking, the excellent variety of products on sale, reasonably priced plants to buy, porter and creche facility all scored high.  

So if you have never been, now is the time to give it a try!!

Take a look at the RHS website here.

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Nicki Jackson is Blue Daisy's garden designer & owner. A former HR consultant Nicki still finds the time to run Blue Daisy, design gardens and planting plans, write a blog, keep our gardening clients happy and offer IIP advice and outplacement support through Blue Daisy Consultancy.

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