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For the 4th successful year, the 2003 Spring Flower Show, organised by the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society (The Caley), will be held at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE). Promising record entries and attendance over Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 March 2003, (11am-5pm each day), admission to the Show is £1.50 (Students & Children free)

Download a .pdf copy of the 2003 Spring Show Schedule

Held again in the heart of Scotland's Premier Garden at the Caledonian Hall and an adjoining Marquee, situated beside the impressive rock garden, this year's Show is sure to inspire and encourage a wide range of public interest who will:

  • see the enthusiastic efforts of over 60 amateur gardeners competing for the cups and trophies awarded for best flowers and plants
  • discover colourful plants from some of our local nurseries & horticultural suppliers
  • simply indulge in the delightful displays of wonderful flowers.

Speaking on behalf of the Society, current RCHS President, Professor Fred Last continues to be overwhelmed by the impressive array and quality of the exhibits:

"As winter gives way to spring, there is no better place to gain inspiration for your own garden, than by visiting the Spring Flower Show and the Botanic Garden on the last week-end in March."

The 2003 Spring Flower Show is surely a marvellous opportunity to celebrate the achievements of amateur gardening enthusiasts and buy some of the many plants on sale in the wholly appropriate surroundings of one of the finest Botanic Gardens in the world.

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