Attracting droves of keen gardeners from Yorkshire and further afield, the Autumn Plant Fair returned on Sunday 24th September.
A variety of unusual plants were on sale from specialist stallholders, from the carnivorous Venus fly traps of Wacks Wicked Plants, to the ornamental grasses of Westshores nursery.
Volunteers from the Heritage and Learning Centre at Scampston Conservatory also had a successful day selling their carefully cultivated pelargonium cuttings.
We were blessed with what seemed to be a a short lived Indian summer and the sun shone throughout the day. Visitors enjoyed the wide selection of plants on offer before entering the Walled Garden for further tips and inspiration.
Over 150 cream teas were consumed by hungry shoppers on what was one of the busiest days the Garden Cafe has ever seen!
We are looking ahead now to 2018's Plant Fairs which are due to take place on 3rd June and 30th September.