And this year the fringe is alive with the sounds of the Vegetable Orchestra and a Musical Garden Party. To hear your dog woof with joy, visit The Inner Temple Dog Show for a glorious day that celebrates the bond between gardener and dog.
And out of London we have Now and Zen and a Meditative woodland walk in Henley on Thames. You can also explore Cirencester next weekend with a Daisy-chain trail – a beautiful, musical delight of a day in the Cotswolds.
Fringe fun doesn’t stop just because the weekend has. To fight those back to work blues why not take a rare opportunity to stroll around Lambeth Palace Gardens at night, go on an Evening Wildflower Walk or be an After Work Forager.
I can guarantee that your 9-5 will be a distant memory after The Guerilla Gardeners’ tour…
Creative souls can listen to award-winning poetry from Edward Barker among floral art and enjoy floral photography by Polly Wreford and Mary Norden.
I think there’s no better way to celebrate the season than to mosey on down to an event that celebrates gardeners and creatives that help put a spring in our step.