Win tickets to the Country Living Magazine Spring Fair in London, plus Special Reader Ticket Offer

Country Living Spring Fair

From March 20th-24th, the Country Living Magazine Spring Fair is taking place at the Business Design Centre in Islington in London.

And I’ve teamed up with the show organisers to offer Flowerona readers the chance to win a pair of tickets.  Plus there’s a Special Reader Ticket Offer.

There will be over 400 exhibitors selling beautiful must-haves for your home and garden, as well as inspirational demonstrations and workshops.

Here are some flowery highlights :

Spring Lifestyle Theatre

  • Spring Flowers with Jane Packer Flower School (Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun)

Kitchen Table Talent

  • Make Money from Cut Flowers – Sarah Raven (Thu)

Crafting Room & Workshop

  • Making a Floral Necklace or Love Bird – Sarah Peel, Cool Crafting

Art Workshops

  • Flowers and Farm Animals – Fiona Peart

There’s also an Inspiring Roomset by Laura Ashley and a Garden & Allotment Feature.

And you can meet Philippa Forrester in the Nature and Outdoor Theatre to find out how to attract wildlife into your garden.

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For a chance to win a pair of tickets, simply leave a comment below telling me the name of your favourite garden flower.

Terms & Conditions

  • Competition open only to those over the age of 18.
  • No cash alternative will be offered.
  • The competition is for UK residents and one entry per household only.
  • The competition is open until midnight on Wednesday, 6th March.

I’ll put all the names in a hat and choose a winner, who’ll be notified by email on Thursday, 7th March.

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Special Reader Ticket Offer

I’m delighted to also be able to tell you about a Special Reader Ticket Offer.

Simply quote the discount code CLS3 to take advantage of the special price of £11.50 in advance, instead of £16 on the door.

Tickets must be booked no later than 1pm on the day before you’d like to visit. Telephone 0844 848 0160 or book online.

I regularly visit the show and find it such a wonderful day out.  And I’m sure you will too…

(Images : Country Living Magazine Spring Fair)

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59 Responses to Win tickets to the Country Living Magazine Spring Fair in London, plus Special Reader Ticket Offer

  1. Peggy says:

    Tulips, I love Tulips! :)

  2. Liz says:

    Coral charm peony – it’s a beauty x

  3. Elisa Tacconi says:

    rose

  4. kat pope says:

    hyacinth…i like it indoors too!

  5. Jackie says:

    Euphorbia – with green flowers

  6. Margaret Farmer says:

    Daffodils

  7. sarah g says:

    Dahlia Chat Noir – delicious! If only I could exude such velvety sensuality…

  8. Sue Lee says:

    Helleborus – Welcoming the start of Spring

  9. Sam Hamlyn says:

    Peony – it has to absolutely be a peony – gorgeous scent and v pretty.

  10. it has to be the sweet pea…for its scent….its beauty….and its fleeting life…divine..xx

  11. Caroline Eames-Hughes says:

    Sweet peas, so delicate, beautiful and it is not summer without them.

  12. Catherine says:

    Hydrangea in an antique pink!!!

  13. ruth taylor says:

    scabiosa caucasia – delicate shading

  14. Judith says:

    carnation green tricks very unusual

  15. Lorraine Race says:

    It has to be lavender – easy to look after, beautiful to look at, and gorgeous scent! I would have a whole garden of it if I could!

  16. Rachael Simmons says:

    Yellow carnations for me, not the most exotic of choices but they chirp me up! :D

  17. BetinaD says:

    Night scented stocks are my my favourite garden flower

  18. karen says:

    Sweet peas, for gorgeous colours and scent!

  19. JanetW says:

    Gorgeous freesia flowers mean friendship and highspririted innocence – that’s me!

  20. jacqui prout says:

    Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldstrum’

  21. Sarah says:

    Thanks for highlighting our workshop, don’t need to be in the competition as we are already there, but couldn’t resist choosing my favourite flower- anemones.

  22. wren flowers says:

    Dahlias for their gorgeous colours

  23. zoe says:

    Margerittes are still my favourite. These bug daisies will always remind me of my grandmother.

  24. Joy Owen says:

    Daffodils – strong, bright and cheerfully trumpeting Spring. Wonderful to see both outside and inside our homes.

  25. stephen thomas says:

    Daffs, a nice sign summer is on the way

  26. Maggie says:

    Gosh hard to pick just one but Ido love chocolate Cosmos.

  27. Lizzie says:

    Snowdrops

  28. Andrea Shaw says:

    Jasmine, its so delicate and smell so wonderful

  29. Sarah-Jane Laycock says:

    Love swathes of DAFFODILS X

  30. Jen says:

    Can’t go wrong with a nice cheery daisy!

  31. Sean Brady says:

    Orchids, as they are so rare.

  32. audrey says:

    love peonies… and…..!!

  33. Penny Russell says:

    Roses

  34. Zarina says:

    I should really say tulips as I am Dutch by origin, but in actual fact I love gerberas! They look so happy that they always manage to cheer me up :)

  35. Amy Bowley says:

    Hydrangeas – towards the end of their season when their colours begin to deepen and they look like they’re antique

  36. Wendy Freeman says:

    I love peonies.
    Wendy

  37. Zoe Whyman says:

    It’s a peony !

  38. Stephanie Clough says:

    Hydrangeas!

  39. HELEN says:

    poppy

  40. Vanessa says:

    Helebores – such beauty in the depths of Winter

  41. Helena Diffey says:

    Daffodils make you think spring is on the way

  42. Maureen says:

    I love pansies!

  43. Sonia Coton says:

    Daffodils, as they are the first sign that winter is over

  44. Maggie says:

    My favourite flowers are daffodils

  45. Mickie Bull says:

    Pansies

  46. Mary Dunlop says:

    I love Roses….

  47. Georgie says:

    Lily of the Valley

  48. DENISE WILDEN says:

    DAFFODILS

  49. Hannah Beadle says:

    As much as they are supposed to be weeds I love forget-me-nots :) remind me of my mum

  50. jane clarke says:

    My favourite garden flower is cosmos bipinnatus sensation

  51. Sophie King says:

    Camellia ‘alba plena’

  52. Lisa Goddard says:

    My favourite garden flowers would be old fashioned, mixed colour sweet peas that smell as beautiful as they look.

  53. Sofia. H. says:

    ‘ Scepter’d Isle’ roses are so pretty!

  54. Nickie Chapman says:

    Daisies have always been my favourite :)

  55. sram says:

    I love tulips, gorgeous!

  56. shane weir says:

    rose

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