The Plant Fairs Roadshow returns to Telegraph Hill Centre on Saturday 20th May 2017, from 1 – 4pm. This is their third visit – and we’re loving it!
Telegraph Hill Open Gardens are also running alongside the Plant Fair 0n Saturday 20th May.
Also alongside the Plant Fair, there will be mini adventure activity making fairy and bug gardens. Bring your own container and get help you turn it into a little garden.
Containers can be old broken casserole dishes, terracotta pots, baskets or anything else you think would work. You’ll get compost, sticks/pebbles/and other natural materials, and some grass seeds. Once they’re finished you can visit the plant fair next doors to add your own plants.
- Plant Fairs Roadshow – Saturday 20th May, 1-4pm, Telegraph Hill Centre, SE14 5TY (admission £2)
- Telegraph Hill Open Gardens Trail takes place on Saturday 20 / Sun 21 May 2017, 10am–2pm. Download the Telegraph Hill Open Gardens Map
Not only will Telegraph Hill Centre be filled with plants, but the people who grow them will also be there to give you tips and pointers on how best to care for and when and where to plant them. The ‘Plant Doctor’ will also be offering free consultations to diagnose your ailments and provide prescriptions for a beautiful garden.
Telegraph Hill Centre has free on-street parking on Kitto Road, and there are great transport links and refreshments nearby.
- Also – Get your Bee Saver kit from Friends of the Earth and discover which plants bees love, get free pollinator friendly seeds, a guide to looking after the bees in your garden, and how to identify bees …
- Do you want to help plant and care for street trees in Telegraph Hill? Then consider this from Brockley Street Trees for Living