A Global Blend of Gardening and Lifestyle Stalls
Borde Hill’s renowned collection of unusual plants and trees stand as a living testament to the daring Victorian-era plant hunters who scoured all four corners of the world to collect extraordinary specimens.
This spirit of adventure infuses Borde Hill Garden Festival, bringing international flair, contemporary craftsmanship and sustainable living across the 40 artisans, specialist growers, and unique brands to be discovered within a series of beautiful tents and stalls.
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Drawing inspiration from the English countryside, Anna crafts nature-inspired, sustainably sourced wooden gifts and homewares, including decorative wooden flower stems, wall birds, flower presses, and floral wreaths.
A contemporary ceramic studio creating stylishly playful homewares and garden sculptures, influenced by mid-century ceramics from Cornwall, Sweden and Finland – unique handmade objects to treasure.
Plants & Gardens
Explore a diverse range of perennials, shrubs and bulbs from Beth Chatto’s world-renowned plant nursery, with roots tracing back to the 1960s – specialising in peat free plants for dry/gravel or damp conditions.
A cyanotype artist using primitive photography, cyanotype chemicals and sunshine to capture nature onto paper, using foraged plants and seaweeds to make botanical cards, prints, handmade material books, cushions and lampshades.
A new body care brand specialising in scented geranium products, founded by Cath Kidston MBE. Each fragrance derives from a different variety of the plant, containing over 90% natural ingredients. C.Atherley will also be welcoming Claverton Cloches to their stand.
A range of natural and innovative products for the garden and outdoor living. Utilising surplus wool from the English Lake District, the range now includes natural irrigation, plastic-free planters, sustainable mulch matting and more…
A handmade range of wooden furniture, homewares and utensils using a combination of traditional and contemporary craft practices. Inherently sustainable, the collection includes natural and built forms that celebrate our relationship with objects.
A small enterprise made up of herbalists and gardeners who love to share the joy of growing healing herbs, offering a selection of organically grown seeds and plants that are as beautiful and beneficial in the garden as they are good for your health and wellbeing.
Eleplants Nursery will take you on a botanical journey, offering an exotic collection of unusual shrubs with an emphasis on those from Australia and New Zealand.
A renowned British brand of exquisite Greenhouse designs, made with meticulous craftsmanship and premium sustainable materials carefully selected to ensure long-lasting performance and durability. Endorsed by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Glass Garden Art
Beautiful, handcrafted stained glass art for your garden, crafted by Sussex artist Ellie Drake-Lee. These stunning glass garden pieces add a unique element to any garden or patio, working well individually or in groups of two or three.
A family-run business offering a great range of high-quality gloves for all gardening tasks. From the best-selling Red Backs range to heavy duty leather gauntlets, you will be sure to find the answer to your gardening needs.
Heritage Handmade Garden Collection
Taking inspiration from antique originals, the collection reproduces garden design classics using premium materials, superior craftsmanship and traditional techniques to include planters, fountains, dining furniture and seating.
Luxury outdoor kitchens and furniture handcrafted in the south of England using superb quality FSC-certified oak and sustainable materials, blending classic and contemporary designs for urban and rural settings.
H W Hyde & Son
An RHS gold medal-winning nursery specialising in lily bulbs alongside alstroemeria bulbs and dahlia tubers, based in the West Sussex village of Rusper.
Jennifer is a sculptor in stone with wildlife and the natural world at the heart of her work. Pieces capture the essence of her bird and animal subjects in a simple, quiet way, including birdbaths and functional stone garden sculptures.
An award-winning nursery with a special, rare species for every garden, from balcony to woodland, ranging from dwarf flowering shrubs, bonsai starters and giant trees to rare fruits, climbers, and patio and conservatory plants.
A range of natural products for the home and body that are plant-based, non-toxic, gentle on the skin and safe to breathe. MadeKind is a safe and effective alternative for every household; key products in the range include natural cleaners and hand wash.
Moore & Moore Plants
An RHS Chelsea gold medal-winning, small, family-run nursery based in Billericay, Essex, specialising in peat-free, organically grown plants for shade, woodland and clay soils, plus a selection of plants that attract pollinating insects.
Fine gardening tools, knives and practical accessories from Japan. Niwaki products are highly valued by gardeners, craftspeople, chefs, artists, homemakers, and everyone else who appreciates thoughtfully designed, useful and beautiful items.
ODD makes bespoke garden furniture, fabric and other oddities. Known best for their ‘Old Rockers’ swinging sofas, ODD is committed to local craftsmanship and a personal bespoke service. All products are handmade in England and made to last for generations.
Plant Belles bend metal wire into useful forms, designing and handmaking elegant and practical metal plant supports for the garden. Plant Belles’ unique designs can be seen in private and public gardens all over the UK and beyond.
A traditional, family-run specialist nursery established in 1971 that grows and supplies an extensive selection of alpines, dwarf bulbs and woodland plants. Winners of seven RHS Chelsea gold medals and many other awards.
A small independent family-run business based in Ware, Hertfordshire, Priorswood Clematis are growers and exhibitors of award-winning clematis and climbers (RHS gold medalists).
A Fine Art graduate from Middlesex University, Rachel pioneered the botanical bas-relief technique in 2011. Her plaster and concrete castings capture the fleeting beauty of plants, exhibited at RHS Chelsea Flower Show and featured in collections worldwide.
Sarah’s Garden Collectables
Recycled garden tools and equipment that have stood the test of time with careful restoration, cleaning and sharpening, including Victorian flowerpots, hand tools, secateurs and decorative items for the garden or greenhouse.
With a passion for small batch and sustainable products So Souk bring joy to your home with Egyptian hand-blown glassware, handmade Moroccan baskets, and hand block printed homeware – everything you need for your summer tablescape.
Sussex-based basketmaker and willow grower specialising in traditional frame baskets, organic woven willow forms, and plant supports, using locally sourced coppice and sustainable materials.
The Country Crib Studio
Designers and makers of hard-wearing apparel and accessories made using only natural materials, such as premium organic cotton canvas. Every aspect of design and packaging is considered with the environment in mind.
The Culinary Herb Company
Browse an enticing selection of over 250 varieties of herbs, wild flowers and vegetable plants, grown organically on a nursery in East Sussex.
The Daybed Company
Beautiful, handwoven, turned hardwood daybeds, influenced by ancient North Indian designs – bespoke pieces of weatherproof furniture that will last a lifetime, making them ideal for gardens, verandas, poolsides and terraces.
The Spongeware Company
A range of tableware decorated with a variety of classic Scottish spongeware designs from the 1850s, including placemats, coasters, large serving platters, chopping boards, tea towels and oven gloves.
Garden umbrellas that combine the crafted charm of a traditional Indian parasol with the practical requirements of the English climate. Complete your summer scene with handblock-printed table linens, cushions and accessories.
Tom’s Yard brings timeless charm to the Festival, with rustic Cretan and Italian terracotta pots. The Herefordshire-based business has gone from strength to strength over the years attracting pot fanatics and the design trade across Britain.
Founded by Sophie Campbell in 2018 with bone inlay planters, Tooka offers affordable homeware with a focus on colour and pattern, all designed by Sophie and beautifully created by family-run manufacturers.
Vintage & Bespoke
Vintage & Bespoke make old glass relevant again by combining unique bottles with beautiful handmade diffuser flowers and luxury fragrances. Instead of sticks, Vintage & Bespoke offers a selection of pretty diffuser flowers in many shapes and sizes.
Reviving ancient crafts like candle dipping and textiles with natural wax, WAX Atelier’s London studio creates beautiful homewares while championing sustainability through local sourcing and eco-friendly practices.
A Suffolk-based nursery that has been cultivating Pelargoniums for over three decades, holding National Collection status from Plant Heritage for their collection of Species and Scented Leaf Pelargoniums. Specialties also include Irises and Auriculas.
Borde Hill Garden Festival FAQ’s
Do I need to pre-book tickets?
To avoid any disappointment, tickets to our Festival Talks need to be pre-booked in advance as spaces are limited. Day entry tickets can be purchased on arrival at the Festival, however, we recommend booking in advance to help reduce queues and to save you money! Tickets booked before 31st May qualify for our special early bird rate.
Do Borde Hill Members have to pay for this event?
Borde Hill Garden Festival is a special event, with the ticket price including a programme of complimentary fringe events, from live music and demonstrations in the Garden Marquee, to family activities and Garden Tours. Our valued Members receive reduced entry to the event with 20% off Festvial Day Tickets. Festival Talks are all £10 each, for Members and non-members.
Can I book tickets by phone?
Borde Hill Garden Festival day tickets and talks are available to book on our website. If you are experiencing difficulties, please call us on 01444 450326.
How will I receive my tickets?
Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an e-ticket by email. Please check your spam or junk folders before contacting us should your email not be received. You will need to show your e-ticket on arrival at the Festival gates, either on your mobile device or as a printed copy.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs on short leads are welcome at the Festival, apart from inside the Animal Room at Borde Hill House for our programme of Festival Talks, or inside the Garden Marquee.
How do I get to the Festival?
Visit our Travel & Directions page for details.
Will the Festival go ahead in the case of bad weather?
The Festival will go ahead whatever the weather, so please keep an eye on the forecast and dress accordingly.
What is the refund policy for tickets booked in advance?
Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged unless an event is cancelled. For our full T&C’s please click here