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RHS gardens events February 2020

Harlow Carr snowdrops
Alpine house snowdrops at Harlow Carr

From snowdrops to Moonlight Serenades

2 & 3 February: Snowdrop Weekend, RHS Garden Rosemoor
A celebration of British snowdrops, featuring rare varieties from British growers, plus a snowdrop walk around the gardens. www.rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

8 February: British Iris Society Early Spring Show, RHS Garden Wisley
Enjoy rare iris displays, competition classes, a photographic exhibition, free tours, plants for sale and friendly experts to answer your questions. www.rhs.org.uk/wisley

9 February: Creative Crafters Trade Show, RHS Garden Rosemoor
North Devon’s first craft suppliers show, including a chance to try and learn a new skill with demonstrators. www.rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

15 February: Elton Unleashed, RHS Garden Rosemoor
A night of classic Elton John music performed by Jimmy Love.  www.rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

Snowdrops at RHS Harlow Carr

Big Band sounds

16 February: Glenn Miller and the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra, RHS Garden Rosemoor
Glenn Miller and the Moonlight Serenade Orchestra will perform Big Band Swing teamed with outstanding vocals, plus solo spots from top-notch musicians and vocalists. www.rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

15-23 February: ‘Whatever the Weather’ Half-Term Activities, All RHS Gardens
Youngsters can enjoy a range of fun all-weather activities including a chance to make sun catchers and windsocks and discover more about the wild weather of the UK on daily garden trails.

15 February-1 March: Bath House Gallery – Mosaic Exhibition & Pop-Up Shop, RHS Garden Harlow Carr
Discover the world of modern mosaic at the historic Bath House. Works by more than 20 Yorkshire-based mosaic artists, all members of the British Association for Modern Mosaic will be on show and a variety of mosaic ‘pictures’ will be available to buy from 10am-4pm. www.rhs.org.uk/harlowcarr

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Mandy Watson is a freelance journalist and an incurable plantaholic. MandyCanUDigIt grew from the tiny seed of a Twitter account into the rainforest of information you see before you. Gardening columnist for the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail and editor of the Teesdale Mercury Magazine. Attracted by anything rebellious, exotic and nerdy, even after all these years. Passionate about northern England and gardens everywhere. Falls over a lot.

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