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RHS Gold Medal winners come to GardenUp!

Tynings Climbers are a small family-run nursery located in the village of Tickenham, North Somerset, not far from junction 20 on the M5.

They hold the National Collections of Passiflora cultivars and Jasminum, and are Specialists in all kinds of climbing plants; the nursery is run by plant experts Jane Lindsay and Toni O’Connor.

Jane says “As well as our National Collections we have greatly extended our range of other climbers to suit both indoor and outdoor situations. We retail these at major flower shows and by mail order. With over 25 years experience of working with Passion Flowers, Jasmine and other climbers it’s our ambition to hold the largest collection of climbing plants in the world!!”

Specialist Fruit trees coming to the Show!

Mr D’Arcy’s Heritage Fruit Trees specialises in offering heritage and unusual varieties for gardeners, allotment holders, landowners & organisations.

Grafted 1, 2 or 3 year old trees are available on plant health certified rootstocks, in 3 litre, 7 litre or 12 litre containers, convenient to plant at any time of year or also as bare root trees between December and April.

Green End Farm Nursery comes to the Show!

Green End Farm Nursery growers of cottage garden and unusual plants. Wholesale and retail. A large selection of herbaceous plants.

We probably have the largest selection of herbaceous perennials in South Yorkshire , gold medal winners Harrogate Flower Show.


Set on the edge of the Peak District National Park, Green End Farm offers a wealth of interest not only to the plant connoisseur, but to lovers of cottage garden and alpine plants too.

All things Bonsai coming to the show!

Adam Briney ATB LogoAdam Briney mapleAdam Briney of All Things Bonsai is bringing a touch of the exotic to the show with his Bonsai trees and accessories.

Adam’s plant connections go back to his childhood; He says “Discovering bonsai at Southport Flower show at the age of 12 while my parent’s garden centre were exhibiting a trade stand of cut flowers, I have been hooked ever since.”

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Now Adam runs a business called All Things Bonsai – The home of high quality indoor bonsai and bonsai gift kits and he also runs workshops and classes for beginners .



Sculpture Trail makes its debut at GardenUp.


Well known Artist Lucy Coyne is working with schools on Art installations partly made from plant materials gathered from the gardeners in the Botanical Gardens.

She says ” As part of the Garden Up event at the Botanical Gardens in Sheffield we will launch The Sculpture Trail. The Trail, which will wind along a woodland route through the gardens, is the culmination of a citywide project giving hundreds of young people in Sheffield the opportunity to work on a large scale collaborative artwork. The works will remain in the gardens through the summer.

Artist and Designer Jill Ray brings Digital Art to the Show!

Local landscapes are the inspiration for Jill’s work. Currently the trees and woodlands of Sheffield and around Chatsworth Park as well as the Edges and Tors of the Dark Peak.

Jill paints in oil on canvas, but also makes prints of digital images which are created using a PC and an iPad as a sketchbook.

Jill Says “My interest lies in the changing pattern of light, colour and rhythm in the landscape.

Green Mile Trees Come To The Show

Green Mile Trees from Retford will be bringing a range of their superb quality mature trees to GardenUp.

Their beautiful specimen trees will add impact to the Show not only on the Green Mile stand but also set around the showground  featuring hardy exotics such as the Chusan Palm and Italian Cypress.



Association of Professional landscapers comes to GardenUp

The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) is delighted to announce that it will have a presence at Garden Up which runs from the 7 -8 June at the Sheffield Botanical Gardens.


The APL will be exhibiting at the event and will be giving out expert advice to visitors on why it is important to choose an accredited landscaper to do work on a garden, the benefit of the government endorsed Trustmark scheme, as well as showcasing examples of members work.

RSPB comes to GardenUp

RSPB Sheffield Local Group will be at GardenUp to give members of the public ideas on how to” Give Nature a Home” in their Gardens. This will include a Display, Information Leaflets and Local Group Volunteers being available to answer queries and questions . We will also have a selection of Goods for sale.

We will be joined by a Team Member from our Regional Office who will be there to answer enquires about Membership to the RSPB