Baroque Garden Days
For many amateur gardeners and plant lovers, the large sales exhibition in front of the impressive backdrop of the residential palace has become a popular highlight of the gardening year. Set in the magnificent pre-summer colours of the South Garden, over 150 exhibitors present a diverse array of products, with everything you could possibly want when it comes to plants, gardens and ambience.
To usher in the main planting season, there is a particularly tempting and astonishingly wide range of useful plants and ornamental plants, such as fruit trees, herbs, shrubs, roses, balcony and pot plants, as well as special rare varieties. It goes without saying that the mainly regional garden experts and reputable landscape gardeners at the sales stalls also supply expert advice and handy hints for creating your own green idyll. Whether you are looking for useful garden items, original accessories or the latest in specialist literature – the Barocke Gartentage (Baroque Garden Days) offer everything you'll need to create a lovely green haven in front of your door or on your balcony, including garden furniture, plant pots, professional tools and motorised devices for the garden. And if you are looking to redesign your garden, you are sure to come home with a host of new ideas.
Our reliable childcare service allows you to enjoy your shopping and take an inspiring stroll around the colourful South Garden. Take advantage of our free "plant cloakroom" at the information stall to look after your purchases so you can shop and visit the park in peace. And use the "plant taxi" to transport your purchases to the Bärenwiese car park.
Experts offer daily lectures and presentations with a panel of specialists on interesting topics such as the correct method of pruning, looking after citrus plants, healthy living with herbs, plants for garages and homes, combating slugs, etc. Experienced "plant doctors" will be on hand to offer advice with problems. The Barocke Gartentage (Baroque Garden Days) are open from 9 am to 6 pm.