Transform Landscapes will be on hand to provide expert gardening advice to visitors to Haslemere Museum’s Spring Plant Sale 12th May. This special gardening surgery is being held as part of the charity event which aims to involve the community and raise vital funds for the Museum.
This is the 4th year that Transform Landscapes have been asked by Haslemere Museum to provide advice and tips to visitors to the plant sale. Simon Gray, Director of Transform Landscape is delighted to be involved with the event:
“We have been a corporate patron of Haslemere Museum for several years. This is a brilliant way for us to be involved in a garden themed event and to share our knowledge with the community.”
The Spring Plant Sale is also being supported by some of Haslemere’s best stocked gardens, including Sir Vernon Ellis’s Shalford House garden, who will be providing an array of unusual plants. There will also be selection of perennials, summer bedding, vegetables and herbs, which have been raised and nurtured by the Museum’s more green-fingered trustees, volunteers and friends.
Museum Trustee, Sarah Bain, added: “Transform Landscapes bring a really worthwhile and relevant dimension to our annual plant sale and we are very grateful for their contribution.”
The plant sale which promises to have something for everyone will also be featuring small garden ornaments and garden miscellanea. The Plant Sale runs from 11:00-13.00. The Garden Surgery and Tea Room will be open from 10:30-13:00. Entry to the Museum and the Plant Sale is free.
All the proceeds from this event will go towards the work of Haslemere Museum who operate as charitable trust.