World Naked Gardening Day Sees Gardeners In Full Bloom at RHS Malvern

World Naked Gardening Day Sees Gardeners In Full Bloom at RHS Malvern
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In celebration of World Naked Gardening Day (Saturday 7th May 2016), gardeners of RHS Malvern Spring Festival have been unveiled in all their glory.

Ditching the clothes and grabbing a hose, the award-winning gardeners have been snapped starkers in the spectacular show gardens at the festival, taking place this weekend from 5th - 8th May.

Images can be viewed and downloaded in high res via DropBox here:

World Naked Gardening Day is celebrated by free-spirited gardeners across the globe on the first Saturday in May each year. The event encourages green-fingered gardeners to embrace nature in the nude and tend to their bushes in the buff. 

Those photographed include Best Show Garden and RHS Gold Medal Winner Mark Eveleigh of The Macmillan Legacy Garden and Festival Gardens category mentors Keyscape Landscape Design & Construction. 

Now into its third day, over 90,000 people are expected to flood to RHS Malvern Spring Festival over the course of the four-day event. Godfather of gardening Alan Titchmarsh and National Treasure Mary Berry headline. Visitors can immerse themselves in stunning show gardens, a floral marquee in full bloom and a vibrant food and drink pavilion overflowing with fine food. RHS Malvern Spring Festival is the first major Royal Horticultural Society show of the summer season, and one of the RHS' oldest shows. Now into its third day with over 50,000 attending already, record numbers are expected on the hottest weekend of the year so far!

Full details of all RHS Malvern Spring Festival Show Gardens can be seen here: