Spring Plant Fair

The Communications and Participation team bring you a range of home-grown plants in this year’s annual Spring Plant Fair.

The Spring Plant Fair will take place on Tuesday 25 May between 11am and 1pm, on the St John’s Campus in Union Square.

There will be a range of home-grown plants including perennials, annuals, herbs and vegetables. Some regular favourites, including dahlias, hellebores, tomato plants, will all be looking for a good home.

If you cannot join us in person, you can browse a selection of what’s on offer below and chose to collect them from our Woodbury offices.

Every penny raised goes to the University’s Charity of the Year.

Please get in touch with us at before you donate so that we can advise on availability.

| Dahlias |

Recommended donation – £4/£5

A selection including Bishop of Canterbury & Bishop of Llandaff (single red), Café au Lait (white/cream), Eveline (pale pink), Painted Madam (pink/red), Painted Lady (flecked white and red) and Cornel Bronze (rich copper/red)

| Geum |

Recommended donation – £3 (small) / £5 (large)


| Hellebore |

Recommended donation – £3 (small) / £5 (large)

Misc. colours

| Tomato plant |

Recommended donation – £3

We also have limited availability of the following plants:

Plant Recommended donation
Brunnera Macrophylla Jack Frost£3
Lysimachia (Yellow Loosestrife)£3 (small) / £5 (large)
Nicotiana Sensation mixed – tray of 12£5
Mimulus (Mixed)£2
House Plants
Aloe Vera£2
Begonias (reddish leaves, pink flowers) £2

All items are subject to availability and will be first come first serve. Please remember to get in contact with us before making your donation.

How do I pay?

Once you have reserved your items, you can make your donation on the University’s Just Giving page for our Charity of the Year

Thank you for your support!

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