The Chatsworth Flower Show 2019 promises to be a sensory extravaganza for gardening fans this year, as the RHS gears up for another horticultural event, nearly two weeks on from the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.

Thousands of visitors are expected to flock to the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show partnered by Wedgwood, which will see 13 stunning Show Gardens and a Floral Marquee bursting with more than 70 growers, plus shopping, family-friendly workshops, and a line-up of experts in the Potting Bench and Dig In theatres.

‘We’re celebrating the senses of horticulture this year and we’re putting on a show overflowing with wonderful sights,’ says Liz Patterson, RHS Chatsworth Flower Show Manager. ‘The uplifting scent of tens of thousands of flowers and plants will be filling the air along with plenty of delicious places to enjoy a tasty bite to eat.’

When is it?

The RHS Chatsworth Flower Show runs from Wednesday 5th June 2019 – Sunday 9th June 2019.

  • 5th June: RHS members only
  • 6th – 9th June: RHS members and non-members


  • 5th – 8th June: 10am – 6.30pm
  • 9th June: 10am – 5pm

Where is it held?

The show is held on the grounds of Chatsworth House – home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. Chatsworth is in the Peak District, north of Derby, and south of Sheffield. The full address is: Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1PP.

The RHS advises: ‘If you are travelling using a sat nav system, use the post code DE45 1PN.’

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Tickets to RHS Chatsworth Flower Show are on sale now and can be bought at and on the gate too. Ticket prices range from £27.50 to £36.50.


Please note, tickets are cheaper if you’re an RHS member, plus you also get unlimited access to the RHS gardens including Wisley in Surrey and Rosemoor in Devon.



Of the 13 Show Gardens, one to look out for is the Wedgwood Garden, inspired by the RHS founder, John Wedgwood. Designed by Jamie Butterworth, the garden will celebrate the power of horticulture and plants to connect people and unite communities.

Wedgwood Garden, RHS Chatsworth 2019 RHS

There will also be five new Mindfulness Gardens championing wellbeing and mental health in their design, three BBC gardens designed by amateur gardeners, and the return of Long Borders with 15 designs packed full of high summer colour.

Plus don’t forget the RHS Wildlife Garden which will demonstrate how the UK’s 24 million gardens can be transformed into a network of nature reserves, encouraging once common garden visitors such as hedgehogs, house sparrows and starlings back through native and non-native planting. Read more on the Garden for Wildlife: Wild Woven Show Garden designed by Sharon Hockenhull.

Floral Marquee

The Floral Marquee will be filled with 74 award-winning nurseries bringing cascades of colour and plenty of plants for the ideal summer’s day out. These include this year’s Master Grower – Pennard Plants – who will share its passion for growing perfect plants from seed, as well as giving visitors the chance to try new tomato varieties and learning the very best way to plant a pot of strawberries.

There will also be a ‘living painting’ wall, giving visitors a chance to have their photograph taken against a green backdrop of plants which will include trained fruit trees.

‘Our floral marquee will be bursting with top growers and nurseries,’ said Liz Patterson. ‘There’s so much for gardeners to stock up on, as well as the chance to revel in the wonderful sensory experience of being surrounded by a delightful riot of colour and scent.’

RHS/Georgi Mabee


Trees will be a big focus at Chatsworth, with an enchanting woodland feature highlighting the important role trees play within our world. The Power of Trees feature will showcase some of the great ways trees enhance our lives, with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB and Forestry Commission showcasing the vital and extensive role of trees whilst encouraging people to plant them in a bid to help battle climate change.

The Power of Trees, RHS Chatsworth 2019 RHS

Also at Chatsworth, following last year’s Cosmos display, the grounds will be transformed into a gardener’s paradise with a mass planting of 6,000 Dahlia (Dalina Maxi) ‘Salinas Bicolor’ creating a striking vision of pink and white. Designed to echo the iconic parterres of Chatsworth House, visitors will be able to walk amongst the blooms to enjoy this vibrant summer flower.

Dahlias display, RHS Chatsworth 2019 RHS

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A look ahead to the 2019 RHS Chatsworth Flower Show

PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 May 2019

Design for the Thrive Garden in the new Mindfulness category

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This year’s RHS Chatsworth Flower Show, 5th-9th June, partnered by Wedgwood, will be focusing on the five senses of horticulture – taste, scent, touch, sight and sound – and promises stunning displays

Wedgwood Garden designer, Jamie Butterworth with students from Reaseheath College

As a county we’re incredibly fortunate to have fantastic gardens and parks as well as glorious countryside, and now, each June, The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) newest Show – RHS Chatsworth Flower Show – has been added to the outstanding events that celebrate the great outdoors. Exciting new content for this year’s show includes an amazing ‘floral immersion’ experience, a mass planting of thousands of Dahlia, an impressive Power of Trees feature and a new Mindfulness category in the Show Gardens.

The theme this year is a celebration of the five senses of horticulture, with the taste and smell of herbs, plants and flowers, the touch of a variety of natural textures, the sight of high summer colours and the sound of bees, grasses and trees.

Inspired by the resounding success of last year’s Cosmos display in front of Chatsworth House, there will be a mass planting of thousands of lilac and white Dahlias to greet visitors.

The ‘floral immersion’ feature will consist of six dramatic displays created by florists in a covered scent-filled walkway. Deputy Flower Show Manager, Esta Morris, said: ‘Our floral experts will create a spectacular effect unlike anything we’ve done before -they’ve embraced the trend for looser, more naturalistic floral design that’s proving so popular these days.’ The immersive experiences range from ‘a walk in the woods’ with three levels of flowers rising from a woodland floor, to discovering what it’s like to wear a crown of flowers, find yourself in a 360˚ spiral meadow or in a space of thoughtful reflection. You will also be able to explore the delights of the scents of British Flowers and enter the ‘Blue John Floral Cavern’, a Derbyshire-inspired design where visitors enter the ‘cavern’ to be met with sculptural floral stalagmites and stalactites. All will showcase the broad range of flowers, plants and foliage available to the contemporary florist.

From Darkness to Light representing a journey by someone who has experienced a trauma in their life

The important role trees play in our world is to be explored in a Power of Trees feature. Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, RSPB and Forestry Commission (celebrating its 100th anniversary this year) have come together to show the vital and extensive role trees play in our lives and will be encouraging people to plant more in a bid to help battle climate change. There’ll be a tree nursery, story telling, woodland crafts, carving, arborist talks, and even tree listening! A Virtual Reality experience created by 3D expert and VR designer, Simon Mabey will allow visitors to experience the wonder of wildlife from trunk to treetop.

As always the show gardens will be a highlight and this year there will be 13 stunning gardens. BBC Radio Derby, BBC Radio Sheffield and BBC Radio Stoke have run an exciting garden design competition and the winning ‘My Garden’ designs will be on show, brought to fruition by Lee Bestall, whose landscape design company is based at Renishaw Hall. The BBC Radio Derby winner was Haydn Vernon’s ‘The Brewery Garden’, celebrating Burton on Trent, BBC Radio Sheffield’s ‘Elements of Sheffield’ will celebrate the connection between the city and bordering Peak District, while Radio Stoke has ‘An Imagined Miner’s Garden’.

Sponsors Wedgwood – celebrating the 260th anniversary of the company’s founding – are creating a show garden inspired by John Wedgwood, one of the RHS founders, which will be designed by horticulturalist and RHS Ambassador Jamie Butterworth. The planting includes sweet peas, roses, herbs and fruit trees, and the colour palette references Wedgwood’s Jasperware of rich sky blue, lush greens and deep crimson. It is inspired by Wedgwood’s vision of using ‘the power of horticulture and plants to connect people and unite communities’. Wedgwood and Reaseheath College in Nantwich have repeated a successful collaboration with gardening students who will be helping with this garden.

‘The Brewin Dolphin Artists’ Garden’, designed by multi-award-winning designer Paul Hervey-Brookes, will showcase artisan crafts and makers and include textile art, Japanese porcelain and basket weaving, while an RHS Wildlife Garden will demonstrate how the UK’s 24 million gardens can be transformed into a network of nature reserves, encouraging the return of once common garden visitors such as hedgehogs, house sparrows and starlings through native and non-native planting.

Finding peace through gardening will also be brought to the fore through five gardens in the new Mindfulness Gardens category, championing wellbeing and mental health in their design.

Derby College’s show garden, delivered by Broomfield Hall Garden volunteers, is entitled ‘Find Yourself…Lost in the Moment…’ and its theme is mindfulness, with two carved spiral sculptures emerging from a sea of soft loose planting against a backdrop of doors, representing new possibilities.

Other designs include those for everything from a small central city apartment terrace to a relaxed space to sit and tune in to nature, and gardens for retreat and meditation.

Design for Eutierria, a Mindfulness Garden creating a relaxed space to sit and tune in to nature

Liz Patterson, RHS Chatsworth Flower Show Manager, said: ‘It’s so apt that we’re celebrating the senses at our 2019 show as gardens and gardening engage all five – from the sound of a breeze through the treetops to the taste of ripe fruit or the touch of soft grasses that anyone and everyone can relate to. As the RHS’s newest show, we’re building on the success of the last two years at Chatsworth and are really pleased to announce that our Long Borders competition has nearly doubled in entries. We can’t wait to see these popular displays this year.

‘Our Floral Marquee will be bursting with 80 growers and nurseries including RHS Chatsworth’s Master Grower Pennard Plants. We also have a fantastic line-up of experts in the Potting Bench and Dig In theatres. There’s shopping galore and plenty of family-friendly workshops and great community and schools competitions. We’ve definitely got something for everyone to enjoy at our stunning show.’

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Mrs. Vicki Lynn Goss age 66, of Chatsworth, Georgia, departed this life Friday November 15, 2019 at the local hospital. Vicki was born November 26, 1952 in Fulton County, Georgia, a daughter of the late Raymond and Juanita Watkins Hicks. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Donna Hicks. She was a 1970 graduate of O’Keefe High School in Atlanta, Georgia, and worked many years at Hamilton Medical Center and Valley Point Middle School in the cafeteria. She was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church in Dawnville, Georgia. She enjoyed bird watching, working in her flower garden and also photography. She was her happiest sitting on her back porch.

She is survived by her devoted husband, Eddie Goss, and would have celebrated their forty-second wedding anniversary, November 23, 2019; son, Nicholas Goss; daughters and son-in-law, Ginger Goss, Carrie and Mike Southerland; grandchildren, Timothy Southerland, Taylor Southerland, Lauren Whitfield and Ashley Whitfield all of Chatsworth, GA; sister, Beverly Hall of Dallas, GA; brothers and sisters-in-law, Ronnie and Linda Hicks of Dalton, GA, and Larry and Dyann Hicks of Tunnel Hill, GA; mother-in-law, Sue Goss of Dalton, GA; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Kennie and Marie Goss of Dalton, GA, and Dana and Kim Goss of Harrison, TN; special friends, Valerie and Randy Shoates of Chatsworth, GA; aunts, uncles and a host of very special nieces and nephews.

Services to celebrate the life of Mrs. Vicki Lynn Goss will be held Monday morning, November 18, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Ponders Melrose Chapel with Reverend Jimmy Dixon and Reverend Kennie Goss officiating. She will be laid to rest at United Memorial Gardens with her family and close friends serving as pallbearers. The family will receive friends at Ponders Melrose Chapel from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Sunday and after 8:00 a.m. Monday until the service hour.

Condolences may be expressed to the family at
Arrangements will be announced by, Ponders Melrose Chapel 138 Melrose Drive Dalton, GA 30721, 706-226-4002

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Channel 4 goes behind the scenes at Chatsworth House for one-off Christmas documentary

It takes five days, 30 Christmas trees, 60,000 baubles and a million fairy lights to transform Chatsworth House into a winter wonderland.

This year, Channel 4 went behind the scenes to document the creation of the Yuletide pop-up for a one-off TV special, airing on Thursday, December 12 at 9pm.

More than 100,000 visitors are expected to visit the stately home, used as a backdrop for the 2005 film version of Pride and Prejudice, over the festive period.

This theme for 2019 is A Land Far, Far Away, with the grand rooms of the house dressed as a homage to countries that have influenced generations of the Cavendish family.

The Chatsworth team has delved into the collection to find a treasure trove of memorabilia from around the world. Morocco, India, Netherlands, Italy, China, Japan, and America all feature in what is one of the most ambitious Christmas seasons staged by the team.

Launch of Christmas at Chatsworth 2019 (Image: Scott Merrylees Photography)

ITN Production’s executive producer, Will Smith, says: “Viewers will be amazed at the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to transform Chatsworth House at Christmas and make it such a magical and enchanting time for visitors.

“This one-off documentary will provide a compelling insight into the sheer scale of getting the house ready so that guests can participate in the festive fun and have a Christmas to remember.”

Chatsworth’s head of visitor experience Sally Ambrose adds: “Christmas at Chatsworth has become one of the biggest events of the year for the estate, so we were delighted to welcome a national broadcaster to come and have a peek behind the scenes and feature some of our wonderful staff who make this such a special experience for thousands of visitors each year.”

Chatsworth Christmas runs up until January 5, 2020. Tickets for house and garden are priced at £25 per adult and £15 per child (aged between 3-16). Family tickets are also available.

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