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Hampton Court leaves Plan Bee buzzing

Admin, July 12, 2016

RHS 2The Plan Bee team is back hard at work following a gruelling but highly enjoyable week at the Royal Hampton Court Flower Show.

The event is the largest flower show in the world and attracted around 130,000 green-fingered gardeners. Plan Bee was exhibiting as part of the Guild of Fine Food village, in our chalet come pop-up shop.

Our Origin Honeygar and Beehive Brae honey beer performed particularly well, finding a welcoming new audience in the London commuter belt.

With seven glorious days of sunshine, the Royal Horticultural Society show is certainly one that we will be returning to next year.