RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 3-8 July

PUBLISHED: 16:23 02 July 2012 | UPDATED: 21:34 20 February 2013

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 3-8 July

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 3-8 July

RHS and Groundwork volunteers who clean and green-up our streets and neighbourhoods join forces with TV gardener Chris Beardshaw

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show


More than 250 RHS and Groundwork volunteers who clean and green-up our streets and neighbourhoods every day of the year, join forces with TV gardener, Chris Beardshaw, on Urban Oasis, the central feature at the show, to highlight the power of community gardening in brightening up Britain and to call on the nation to take action and make a difference to their neighbourhoods.


Urban Oasis is a vast 1,600 metre square representation of the wonderful ways that neglected public spaces can be transformed into beautiful and productive community havens.


600 gardens, plant displays and great shopping opportunities spread over 34 acres of beautiful Hampton Court Palace parklands between 3-8 July.

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