Plant Fair & Open Gardens

Sunday 2nd June

10.00 - 4.00

Our Plant Fair and Open Gardens Event returns for 2019

There will be lots to do including:

Plant Heritage (Herts & Beds) Plant Fair in the Walled Garden

In association with Plant Heritage we will once again be hosting a Plant Fair in our Walled Garden. There will be lots of suppliers with different plants to help your garden bloom this summer and for little gardeners a fun - Plant Your Own Pansy - activity to get them going. See current contributors at the bottom of the page.

£3.00 for Adults - £1.00 for U16’s including Plant Your Own Pansy activity - Under 18mnths free. Pay at the gate.


Forest School

Hosted by Forest Owl Adventures, Forest School is a great way to introduce kids to the great outdoors. They will take part in some favourite Forest Owl activities such as going on a minibeast hunt, making clay faces on trees, leaf bunting and of course den building.

If the conditions are good then there will be some fox walking and playing the bear game.

Pre-booking essential as space is very limited - Each session is 1 1/2 hours long - Please wear appropriate clothing - Suitable for children aged 5 and upwards - Meet at the Garden Rooms Cafe

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Garden Tour including The Ice House

Bedfordshire Gardens Trust will be offering Garden Tours at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. Find out about the gardens at Moggerhanger, different plants and shrubs and then visit inside our Ice House. The tour is approx 45 mins long and will take in the exterior of the house, Garden Wood and the Ice House.

Pre-booking essential as space is very limited - Meet inside the Walled Garden

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Ice House Tour

See inside the Ice House and find out about it’s history and the Bats that hibernate there.

Pre-Booking essential as space is very limited - Buggies & Prams cannot be taken into the Ice House - Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult - Lasts approx 15/20 mins - Meet at the Ice House which is located by the Car Park.

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Book By Phone
01767 641007

Entry to the Park and Car Parking is Free

Your PayPal receipt is both your Booking Confirmation and Ticket. Please print off and bring your PayPal receipt with you on the day as this is your ticket. Names will also be held at the gate.
Picinics are not permitted in the park grounds

Dogs on a lead are welcome
We are unable to issue a refund on any booking cancelled, for whatever reason, within 14 days of the event date.

Contact:
01767 641007
karen@moggerhangerpark.com

Plant Fair:

Mickfield Hostas (Specialist and national collection holder)

Plant Wild (Native U.K. wildflowers for meadow, cottage garden, woodland, shade and wetland)

Adams Plants (Clematis, dianthus)

Plant Heritage Herts & Beds (Membership information, plant collections & talks/events information)

Woodview Gardens (Peat free wool compost, Remin volcanic rock dust, Blackheart biochar, garden sundries and skin care)

Bulls Green Nursery (Roses, alpines)

Redman Hardy Plants (Shrubby salvia’s, bearded iris, sempervivum)

Bedford & Luton Orchard Group (Sample of local heritage varieties of fruit trees in containers)

Warden Vineyard (Community orchard)

Shuttleworth College (Horticultural courses)

Sunnyside Nursery (Perennials, alpines, ornamental grasses, cottage garden plants)

National collection of Muehlenbeckia (Unusual, and plants from New Zealand)

Greensand Country Landscape Partnership  (Information about the partnership and Greensand County Festival)

Swines Meadow Farm Nursery (Rare and unusual plants, shrubs, ferns, woodland and shade loving plants)

Bedfordshire Gardens Trust (Garden tours of Humphry Repton landscape at Moggerhanger Park, membership information)

Garden Bulbs Nursery (Woodland)

National Garden Scheme Bedfordshire group (Membership information, events, NGS open gardens information)

More & More Plants (Unusual and rare plants for shady places)

Fleur de Lys (Conservatory plant specialist)

Karen Fryc