Kiplin Hall and Gardens will hosts the Flower Power Fair later this month.
The event, which brings together growers and nurseries in the apple orchard, will be held on Sunday, June 19.
Event organiser Judy Popley said: “The fair at Kiplin will include a range of family run nurseries, many from the North of England, with a few special guests from further afield.
For example, Mandy Plants are based in Norfolk, selling tender and hardy perennials. Primrose Bank Nursery, based near York, is run by husband-and-wife team, Terry and Sue Goodwill.
“They are regular exhibitors at all the big shows around Yorkshire including the Great Yorkshire Show and the Harrogate Flower Shows.
“They sell an interesting collection of hardy herbaceous perennials, small unusual shrubs and some alpines. Even closer to home are Middlemoor Plants are based in Hudswell – not a million miles from Kiplin. Another husband-and-wife team with Sharon in charge at the shows.
“They sell traditional and cottage garden favourites, hardy perennials and some plants in containers.”
Entry to the plant fair is £3 per person, payable in cash on the gate, children are free.
The plant fair is not included in admission to Kiplin Hall and Gardens.
Normal entry fees to Kiplin Hall and Gardens apply, with day and annual tickets offering great value.
Refreshments will be served by the Kiplin Tea Room near the orchard for plant fair customers, the full menu will be available in Tea Room as normal.
Plant Fair customers are urged to bring cash with them as not all of the sellers have access to electronic payment methods.
Visit www.kiplinhall.co.uk to find out more.