Everything you need to know about the Tatton Park Flower Show 2022


One of the most popular flower shows on the calendar is about to kick off near Liverpool – but tickets are still available.

The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Tatton Park Flower Show 2022 takes place in days as organizers welcome gardening enthusiasts from across the country for five days of floral fun.

Taking place in Cheshire, just 50 minutes’ drive from Liverpool, the show is a highlight of the summer flower show calendar.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show in 2022, including what’s going on and how you can get tickets.

When is the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show?

The 2022 iteration of the event will return to the summer flower show schedule later this month.

Taking place over five days, it begins on Wednesday July 20 and ends on Sunday July 24.

Where is he standing?

The flower show takes place at Tatton Park, located in Knutsford, Cheshire.

The full address of the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show is: Tatton Park, Knutsford, WA16 6SG.

What’s on the show’s schedule?

The official RHS website states that “Inspiring garden ideas, beautiful planting combinations and the latest innovative landscaping trends can be found at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, where colorful gardens are waiting to be discovered” .

The Greener Front Gardens category, which is a new addition to the 2022 show, offers new schemes to add color and style no matter the size of your land.

There will be dozens and dozens of garden exhibits on display throughout the week, with creations from several groups and organizations including BBC Radio Gardens and Greener Front Gardens.

For the full range of garden displays and further information please visit RHS website.

What other events are taking place at the show?

It’s not just garden exhibitions for flower lovers to enjoy, with the event also featuring a series of talks, workshops and even music.

An example of one of the workshops taking place during the week is ‘Practical Gardening’, which is led by Arit Anderson.

A teaser on the expo’s official website reads, “Don’t miss the opportunity to learn new skills and improve your gardening and flower know-how from our expert speakers.

“Head to the theater for inspiration from broadcaster Arit Anderson, be wowed by acclaimed floral designer Jonathan Moseley as he explores floral delights, and listen to “Twitter King of Big Veggies” Gerald Stratford.”

There will even be live performances throughout the show, with a dedicated booth hosting multiple bands.

“Be entertained by a host of professional musicians at the show booth,” a spokesperson said.

“Boogie to Razor Holler’s 1950s rock ‘n’ roll, see starlet trio The Femmes bring 1940s glory to life, and hear the western swing of Rip-Roaring Success.”

The full confirmed line-up and schedule for these events can be found on the official Tatton Park Flower Show page at HRH website.

How can I get tickets for the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show?

Despite the huge demand and the fact that the show starts in a few days, there are still tickets available.

You can purchase tickets currently on sale from the official RHS website.

Day tickets will cost you at least £34.85 for the general public, while RHS members will only have to pay £30.85.

How to get there from Liverpool?

Show organizers have confirmed that the most popular ways to get to the show in Knutsford, Cheshire – just 32 miles from Liverpool – are by road or rail.

Here is the official travel information:


Routes to the show are signposted on all major roads in the region. Due to changes associated with the recently opened A556, your route to the show may be different this year. Please follow the yellow and black show signs and not your GPS as this will minimize delays entering and exiting the show.

The drop off point for cars and taxis is Rostherne Gate.

Car park

There is ample free parking within the grounds of Tatton Park. You will be directed to an appropriate parking lot upon arrival. All car parks are open from 8 a.m. and close one hour after the show closes.

Parking on the roads around the exhibition center is strictly prohibited.


Metrolink streetcars are a great way to get to the fairgrounds for the show.

Travel by tram from any Metrolink stop to Altrincham where a free shuttle runs to and from the show every 20 minutes.


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