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Pershore Early Show - today

Pershore Early Show 2017  

DATESaturday 24 February 2018 - 11.00 am to 3.30 pm.
(Plant sales open at 11am, Show open after judging completed at approximately 11 am)

LOCATION: Pershore High School, Station Road, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2BX. (Note the new Venue)

DIRECTIONS: M5 Jn7 for Pershore (B4084). In Pershore, at the first traffic lights turn left onto Station Road. The School is on the right after 0.8 miles.

AGS members enjoy FREE entry to AGS Shows.

Pictures of the award winning plants can be viewed on this site after the event - Show Results.

 

Because of the success of the show last year, we have had to move to a bigger venue at Pershore High School. The school has an excellent hall with good light and good catering facilities nearby.

See a colourful display of early flowering dwarf bulbs and alpines and buy plants at the plant sales. See below for a list of the nurseries attending from all over the country.

 

 

NURSERIES ATTENDING

Will include:

Aberconwy Nursery - the Welsh Alpine Plant Specialists
Choice Landscapes - from Cambridgeshire with rock plants and bulbs
Edrom - a nursery from Scotland specialising in rare and unusual plants
Hartside - from High in the North Pennines with rarely offered hardy plants
Pottertons - from Lincolnshire with a huge range of Alpines, Dwarf Bulbs and Woodland plants
Parham Bungalow - alpines and dwarf shrubs including many less common varieties
Kevin Hughes (Heale Gardens) - from Wiltshire stocking a wide range of Hardy Plants

There will also be a members' plant stall. There will be wide selection of gardening books on sale on the AGS bookstall.There promises to be plenty on offer to tempt our members and the public! Refreshments will be available as well - a day not to be missed.

 

PLANTS FROM PREVIOUS SHOWS

 

Galanthus Sophie North Galanthus 'Sophie North'

Gaultheria crassa John Saxton Gaultheria crassa
'John Saxton'

Corydalis seisumsiana Corydalis seisumsiana

Iris histrioides Lady Beatrice Stanley Iris histrioides
'Lady Beatrix Stanley'