SHOPPERS will be able to buy plants propagated from an award-winning garden at a sale on September 8.

Shrubs and plants grown at Arley Hall and Gardens will be available at a stand manned by Arley’s nursery staff at the venue’s Autumn Plant Fair.

There will also be a host of stalls run by other unique nurseries and horticultural experts.

“The fair is like a celebration of one of the country’s most popular hobbies,” said nursery manager Rob Groom.

“We enjoy sharing our knowledge with visitors and it is lovely for people to know they are taking home a piece of Arley when they buy a plant from us.”

Arley’s gardens are amongst the finest in Europe and have been created over the past 250 years by successive generations of the same family.

The double herbaceous border is its best-known feature as it is thought to be the first of its kind planted in England.

Adult entry to the plant fair is £1.50. Entry to the hall and gardens is an additional fee, but parking is free and dogs are welcome on a lead.

The Gardener’s Kitchen café will be open for meals or tea and cake.

The Autumn Plant Fair runs from 10am to 4pm. For more details call 01565 777 353 or go to