Love gardening? Court House Farm launches Bloom and Grow event

The beautiful Court House Farm in full bloom.

The beautiful Court House Farm in full bloom. - Credit: Archant

Bloom and Grow event to provide a fantastic opportunity to meet garden experts, makers and creators and take advantage of numerous plant sales

Court House Farm and Gardens starts a new phase of its cultural and creative events with Bloom and Grow, an elegant but action-packed garden and home event.

Inspirational talks and creative workshops will be the highlight of this weekend event that will welcome RHS Chelsea Flower Show gold winners Jane Lindsay and Toni O’Connor from Tynings Climbers.

Jane and Toni will be waxing lyrical about their passions for passionflower and climbers and speaking in detail about the huge selection of magical plants they propagate and expertly grow at their specialist nursery in Tickenham.

They will have a huge array of their specialist collection plants for sale at Court House Farm.

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In a natural progression from its previous successful artisan markets at Court House Farm, in Church Road South, Portishead, just off the High Street, Bloom and Grow will provide a great opportunity to meet experts, makers and creators and take advantage of numerous plant sales.

Visitors will also be able to enjoy brunch, lunch and afternoon tea while soaking up the unique atmosphere, charm and romance of this historic site.

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Bloom and Grow will take place over the weekend of May 4-5.

Admission is £5 per person.

Workshops and talks, while places remain available, are bookable online at

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