Rare Plant Fair at The Old Rectory, Quenington Rare Plant Fair’s popular and long-running event will be returning to the beautiful gardens of The Old Rectory at Quenington, near Cirencester, on Sunday, 8th April. Set in a stunning Cotswold location alongside the River Coln, a great selection of specialist nurseries will be attending, including a number of National Collection holders, all experts in the plants they grow. There will be a range of plants for sale, including choice perennials; plants for shade; rare climbers; alpines; herbs and edibles; and unusual shrubs, all accompanied by expert advice.
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The fair runs from 11am to 4pm and entry is £5 for adults, and free for children under 16. A proportion of the proceeds will be donated to Cobalt, a medical charity based in Cheltenham that invests state of the art imaging equipment, research and education to support diagnosis in a wide range of medical conditions. Visit www.rareplantfair.co.uk for details including accessibility information and a list of the exhibitors.
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The April 2018 issue of Devon Country Gardener Magazine