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Go green and adopt a plant from Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival

Billie Manning

Green-fingered? Love a freebie? Got space in your house and heart for a homeless plant? We’ve got the giveaway for you. 
 
The Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival recently showed off a collection of beautiful plants big enough to fill a palace garden (literally) and now the quaintly-named House of Wayward Plants, a project which facilitates community plant exchanges and plant adoption events, has teamed up with the National Trust to rehouse the flowers and plants used at the festival.
 
Several THOUSAND plants will be up for adoption this Saturday at Morden Hall Park, a free-to-enter National Trust property in South London, and you could be one of the new plant parents. All you have to do is fill out a Wayward Plant adoption form and you’ll be away: just make sure you know how to answer the questions about how you’ll be caring for your sprout and where you’ll house it.
 
The plants were all deemed stunning enough to be part of one of London’s biggest flower shows, so you’re sure to find something to spruce up the living room. What’s more, this just the beginning for the partnership between National Trust and Wayward Plants: Morden Hall Park will become a permanent plant recycle-reuse centre in October.

Find out more details here!
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