Everything in the Isle of Wight's garden is lovely, and the Brighstone and District Horticultural Society Spring Show will set out to prove just that, when it returns on Saturday, March 23.

The event will take place at Wilberforce Hall and Scout Hut in Brighstone, from 1.30pm until 4pm.

Entries can be submitted in a wide variety of classes.

Flowers, pot plants, vegetables, floral art, cookery, beverages, photography, handicraft and children's classes are all covered, with trophies and prizes up for grabs.

There will be refreshments on sale, as well as a raffle and book stall.

Quality plants will be on sale at the show, courtesy of Sandown-based Bramley Plants.

Meanwhile, The Village Shop in Brighstone will be holding its own spring market, selling produce from local suppliers.

Nearby, Brighstone Library will also be open in the afternoon, selling books.

At the Autumn Show, in October, there were around 400 entries.

Entry to the Spring event is £2 for non-members and £1 for members of Brighstone and District Horticultural Society.

To enter as a non-member, buy a show schedule for £1, from The Village Shop or Bluebells Gift Shop, in Brighstone. It includes an entry form for all 2024 BHS shows.

Alternatively, email brighstonehort@gmail.com