A chance to put questions to gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh was among the attractions of the RHS Malvern Spring Festival for guests at a VIP breakfast sponsored by Harrison Clark Rickerbys, Bruton Knowles and Three Counties on Friday.
Having worked as both a professional gardener and gardening journalist and presenter, Alan had plenty to share with his audience at the event, and they were then given a tour of the festival’s Show Gardens, created by top designers at the Three Counties Showground, including RHS Gold Medal winners. Guests then had the chance to stay on at the festival for the day to enjoy all the displays and stands.
Ken Nottage, CEO, Three Counties, said: “What a great way to start the second day of RHS Malvern Spring Festival. Alan provided our guests with a unique insight into the world of gardening; we hope they enjoy the rest of their day at RHS Malvern.”
Philip Cowen, partner at Bruton Knowles said: “The RHS Malvern Spring Festival never fails to inspire with a wealth of creativity and colour on show and what better way to start the day with Breakfast than listening to gardening tips from Alan Titchmarsh.”