Our late summer show at RHS Garden Wisley features spectacular floral displays, outstanding shopping, the National Dahlia Society Show, expert advice and much more.


Congratulations to all our 2019 award winners

Best Exhibit: Tynings Climbers
Curator's Choice: New Forest Hostas
View the 2019 awards list


Plant paradise

Browse and buy from more than 50 specialist nurseries offering a range of horticultural delights.

There are also more than 20 trade stands displaying a range of wares, from gardening tools to solar lighting, and raised beds to water fountains.

Expert zone

Throughout the show, enjoy talks and demos in our Expert Zone, including demonstrations from the National Dahlia Society and National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies, plus talks from some of our exhibitors.

Food and drink

Enjoy a delicious range of food from our Taste of Wisley eateries.


Flower Show 2019 highlights

The show was opened by gardening  star and TV presenter Rachel De Thame.

Rachel De Thame and Curator of RHS Garden Wisley, Matthew PottageRHS Garden Mars

The Glasshouse was transformed into a Martian-themed landscape with air plant planets and an astronaut.

Photography exhibition

The Glasshouse Gallery housed an artistic photography exhibition by Susan Phelps, capturing the fascinating and often unseen details of nature in the world around us.

National Dahlia Society Show
3 – 8 September 2019

Massed dahlias at the Wisley Flower show

The annual National Dahlia Society (NDS) Show returned to Wisley to showcase the very best in dahlia cultivation. The NDS marquee was a riot of colour in, with  more than 100 vibrant competition classes.

‘My Best Garden Dahlia’ competition

The best dahlia blooms from visitors own gardens were judged by a panel of experts and awarded first, second and third prizes.

Surrey NAFAS floral art

NAFAS displays at the Wisley Flower Show

The Surrey area of the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (NAFAS) exhibited stunning floral art creations under the theme ‘Déjà Vu’ – a reflection on past themes from 10 years of the show at Wisley.


What else to see at Wisley?

Sculpture at Wisley 2019

Until 1 December 2019

Discover the work of six eminent sculptors from the 20th and 21st century – Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Tracey Emin,  Phillip King, Henry Bruce and Philip Haas – set against the beautiful gardens and iconic horticulture of Wisley.


Plan your 2020 visit

Show dates: 8–13 September 2020

Show times: Tuesday–Saturday 9am–6pm, Sunday 9am–5pm

Prices: Free with normal garden admission (RHS members go free)
Non-members can save 10% by online booking in advance

Buy garden tickets online


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