Your 2023 gardening gift list!
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'Tis the season to find the perfect gift! Make someone’s day merry and bright this Christmas by finding them a gift they’ll treasure. Whether it’s for someone with the greenest of fingers or someone who’s gardening passions are just starting to sprout, there’s something for everyone below. Featuring products from exhibitors who will be attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024, ease your festive worries and tick everyone off on your list, with plenty of time to relax with a mince pie before the big day.Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. The gift of a great gardening day out Help inspire someone’s gardening projects in 2024 with tickets, with plenty of days to choose from, including:BBC Gardeners World Live, Birmingham’s NEC, 13-16 JuneBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, Beaulieu, Hampshire, 3-5 MayBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, Audley End House & Garden, Essex, 30 Aug – 1 September (on sale Feb) BOOK SPRING Fair TICKETS BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS /*! elementor - v3.21.0 - 08-05-2024 */ .elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper,.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper-container{position:static}.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper-container .swiper-slide figure,.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper .swiper-slide figure{line-height:inherit}.elementor-widget-image-carousel .swiper-slide{text-align:center}.elementor-image-carousel-wrapper:not(.swiper-container-initialized):not(.swiper-initialized) .swiper-slide{max-width:calc(100% / var(--e-image-carousel-slides-to-show, 3))} Explore even more events in 2024 Treat yourself or a loved-one all year round with the Do What You Love Annual Pass!From gardening and food, to art, dance, knitting and stitching, there are many great days out to enjoy with your Annual Pass, including all three of BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024.Find out out more, and order your Annual Pass, below: BUY AN annual PASS TODAY /*! 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Ceramic heartsBroadlands Pottery | £5 – 11 Give a loved one an everlasting reminder of how wonderful they are, with a handmade ceramic decoration from Broadlands Pottery. With plenty to choose from with a floral flourish, they’re bound to leave smiles in their wake, whether it’s for family or friends. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand AC10 BUY NOW Velvet Rose & Oud candleBumble and Bee | £14 Fill their home with the beautiful scents of velvet rose & oud. These hand poured soy wax candles boast a 35 hour burn time, giving them plenty of time to bring an extra level of aromatic cosiness  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G190 BUY NOW Floral earringsBurbi | £18 Let them bring their love of all things floral everywhere with some delicate floral studs – the delightful accompaniment to any outfit.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E120 BUY NOW Famous Gardeners Wash BagElegance Natural Skin Care | £28.95 Take care of your favourite gardeners’ green-fingered hands with a wash bag filled with everything they need for a bit of potting skin care. Including honey hand cream, honey hand soap, a nail brush and flannel mitt, all inside a green wash bag, they’ll be ready to dig in time and time again. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E154 BUY NOW Donkey GlovesDonkey Gloves | £16 Are they looking to take on new gardening challenges in 2024? Give the gift of practical and stylish gardening gloves, designed by horticulturalist and ex-Blue Peter gardener, Clare Cooke. With four sizes available and profits supporting a private animal sanctuary, they’re both practical and charitable. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G274) or Spring Fair (stand G124) BUY NOW More than a stocking filler Root wrapped raspberry canesFrank P Matthews | £16 for all varieties Help them start their grow-your-own journey with raspberries. With over 100 years’ experience, Frank P Matthews offer a broad variety of trees, including fruit trees that can be planted during the festive period for masses of delicious fruit next summer! Easy to grow, easy to maintain and only needing a small space, they’re a great first step.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E282 BUY NOW Open Terrarium KitThe Seaside Jungle Co | £50 Looking for a sustainable, but low maintenance way to bring some greenery indoors? This open terrarium kit is a great choice and comes with a hand-blown recycled glass terrarium, soil, and a selection of succulents to make it their own. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand F17 BUY NOW Hydro-herb kitsFig & Fox | £22 for all types Perfect for the chef in your life, these recycled wine bottles house everything they need for a replenishing stock of their favourite herb! With simple instructions for watering and enough hydroponic fluid to keep growing for approximately two years, their next dish will be full of fresh flavours.  Plus, each kit comes with spare parts, giving even the newest gardeners a chance to learn as they go. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G64 BUY NOW A touch of luxury Stunning oil paintingsHeather Philp | From £80 Let flowers blossom no matter the time of year with a beautiful oil painting that’ll brighten up any home. Whether you’re keen on original paintings or the giclée print of them, add a splash of colour all year round. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G168 BUY NOW Sensory Garden BorderGarden On A Roll | £75 – £630, depending on size/border type Help a novice gardener make the most of any border with the innovative Garden on a Roll! With nine different border options, you can choose the one best suited and order it to size.Whether they would prefer a shady, sunny, Mediterranean or a sensory border (as shown to the right), let them create it with a bio-degradable template, designed by professional horticulturalists. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G66 BUY NOW Hand embroidered suzani throwTwizzell UK | £150 Bring handmade luxury to their home with stunning limited edition suzanis. Hand embroidered and lined in velvet, these beautiful blankets are reverseable and ready to make a statement in any home.Hurry – with just one of each pattern, they’re bound to be snapped up quickly! Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G10 BUY NOW Splurge-worthy surprises NEW Supper Club at Lime Wood with Adam FrostLime Wood Hotel | £185 pp Treat them to a one-of-a-kind evening with the all-new Supper Club at Lime Wood (Lyndhurst, Hampshire). Indulge in laidback luxury at Lime Wood’s restaurant, Hartnett Holder & Co, where Chef Director Luke Holder and Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost present a seasonal Supper Club menu featuring locally sourced produce, including a selection from Lime Wood’s own greenhouse.Places are extremely limited – tickets include welcome drinks, a seasonal banquet with wine, a talk from your hosts and a night to remember! BUY NOW Eleanor Double Folding Hanging ChairMaison & Garden | £379.99 Add a stylish seating area to the garden with space for two people to enjoy. Easy to store with an innovative folding design, this sturdy chair comes with large comfortable seat and back cushions, making it a great place to sit back and relax in. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G240) or Spring Fair (stand G210) BUY NOW iMOW® RMI 422 Robotic MowerStihl | £1,100 Give them the independence to focus on other areas of the garden with a robotic mower. Fully automatic, it includes a mulching mower unit to cut, shred and fertilise the lawn. Compact and perfect for medium-sized green areas of up to 800 m² and gradients up to 35%. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G132 BUY NOW NEW Cheeky Charlie Charcoal OvenCharlie Oven | £4,500 Encourage their love for outdoor cooking with a tabletop version of the original Charlie Oven! Perfect for gardens with slightly less space but with all the same design, functionality, and footprint as the original freestanding oven.  Whether you’re looking for a barbecue, hot or cold smoker, or pizza oven, this does it all in one and can be matched to their tastes with 10 colours available. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G12 BUY NOW Don’t forget, you can explore all the exhibitors above and even more more at all our 2024 events. Secure your tickets for BBC Gardeners’ World Live or the Spring Fair today, and mark the Autumn Fair dates on your 2024 calendar for an unforgettable experience! BOOK TICKETS FOR SPRING FAIR BOOK GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE TICKETS Discover what's in store for the Spring Fair in 2024 Browse the BBC Gardeners' World Stage timetable
Your 2023 gardening gift list!
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'Tis the season to find the perfect gift! Make someone’s day merry and bright this Christmas by finding them a gift they’ll treasure. Whether it’s for someone with the greenest of fingers or someone who’s gardening passions are just starting to sprout, there’s something for everyone below. Featuring products from exhibitors who will be attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024, ease your festive worries and tick everyone off on your list, with plenty of time to relax with a mince pie before the big day.Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. The gift of a great gardening day out Help inspire someone’s gardening projects in 2024 with tickets, with plenty of days to choose from, including:BBC Gardeners World Live, Birmingham’s NEC, 13-16 JuneBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, Beaulieu, Hampshire, 3-5 MayBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, Audley End House & Garden, Essex, 30 Aug – 1 September (on sale Feb) BOOK SPRING Fair TICKETS BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS Explore even more events in 2024 Treat yourself or a loved-one all year round with the Do What You Love Annual Pass!From gardening and food, to art, dance, knitting and stitching, there are many great days out to enjoy with your Annual Pass, including all three of BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024.Find out out more, and order your Annual Pass, below: BUY AN annual PASS TODAY A little something special... Ceramic heartsBroadlands Pottery | £5 – 11 Give a loved one an everlasting reminder of how wonderful they are, with a handmade ceramic decoration from Broadlands Pottery. With plenty to choose from with a floral flourish, they’re bound to leave smiles in their wake, whether it’s for family or friends. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand AC10 BUY NOW Velvet Rose & Oud candleBumble and Bee | £14 Fill their home with the beautiful scents of velvet rose & oud. These hand poured soy wax candles boast a 35 hour burn time, giving them plenty of time to bring an extra level of aromatic cosiness  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G190 BUY NOW Floral earringsBurbi | £18 Let them bring their love of all things floral everywhere with some delicate floral studs – the delightful accompaniment to any outfit.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E120 BUY NOW Famous Gardeners Wash BagElegance Natural Skin Care | £28.95 Take care of your favourite gardeners’ green-fingered hands with a wash bag filled with everything they need for a bit of potting skin care. Including honey hand cream, honey hand soap, a nail brush and flannel mitt, all inside a green wash bag, they’ll be ready to dig in time and time again. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E154 BUY NOW Donkey GlovesDonkey Gloves | £16 Are they looking to take on new gardening challenges in 2024? Give the gift of practical and stylish gardening gloves, designed by horticulturalist and ex-Blue Peter gardener, Clare Cooke. With four sizes available and profits supporting a private animal sanctuary, they’re both practical and charitable. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G274) or Spring Fair (stand G124) BUY NOW More than a stocking filler Root wrapped raspberry canesFrank P Matthews | £16 for all varieties Help them start their grow-your-own journey with raspberries. With over 100 years’ experience, Frank P Matthews offer a broad variety of trees, including fruit trees that can be planted during the festive period for masses of delicious fruit next summer! Easy to grow, easy to maintain and only needing a small space, they’re a great first step.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E282 BUY NOW Open Terrarium KitThe Seaside Jungle Co | £50 Looking for a sustainable, but low maintenance way to bring some greenery indoors? This open terrarium kit is a great choice and comes with a hand-blown recycled glass terrarium, soil, and a selection of succulents to make it their own. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand F17 BUY NOW Hydro-herb kitsFig & Fox | £22 for all types Perfect for the chef in your life, these recycled wine bottles house everything they need for a replenishing stock of their favourite herb! With simple instructions for watering and enough hydroponic fluid to keep growing for approximately two years, their next dish will be full of fresh flavours.  Plus, each kit comes with spare parts, giving even the newest gardeners a chance to learn as they go. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G64 BUY NOW A touch of luxury Stunning oil paintingsHeather Philp | From £80 Let flowers blossom no matter the time of year with a beautiful oil painting that’ll brighten up any home. Whether you’re keen on original paintings or the giclée print of them, add a splash of colour all year round. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G168 BUY NOW Sensory Garden BorderGarden On A Roll | £75 – £630, depending on size/border type Help a novice gardener make the most of any border with the innovative Garden on a Roll! With nine different border options, you can choose the one best suited and order it to size.Whether they would prefer a shady, sunny, Mediterranean or a sensory border (as shown to the right), let them create it with a bio-degradable template, designed by professional horticulturalists. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G66 BUY NOW Hand embroidered suzani throwTwizzell UK | £150 Bring handmade luxury to their home with stunning limited edition suzanis. Hand embroidered and lined in velvet, these beautiful blankets are reverseable and ready to make a statement in any home.Hurry – with just one of each pattern, they’re bound to be snapped up quickly! Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G10 BUY NOW Splurge-worthy surprises NEW Supper Club at Lime Wood with Adam FrostLime Wood Hotel | £185 pp Treat them to a one-of-a-kind evening with the all-new Supper Club at Lime Wood (Lyndhurst, Hampshire). Indulge in laidback luxury at Lime Wood’s restaurant, Hartnett Holder & Co, where Chef Director Luke Holder and Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost present a seasonal Supper Club menu featuring locally sourced produce, including a selection from Lime Wood’s own greenhouse.Places are extremely limited – tickets include welcome drinks, a seasonal banquet with wine, a talk from your hosts and a night to remember! BUY NOW Eleanor Double Folding Hanging ChairMaison & Garden | £379.99 Add a stylish seating area to the garden with space for two people to enjoy. Easy to store with an innovative folding design, this sturdy chair comes with large comfortable seat and back cushions, making it a great place to sit back and relax in. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G240) or Spring Fair (stand G210) BUY NOW iMOW® RMI 422 Robotic MowerStihl | £1,100 Give them the independence to focus on other areas of the garden with a robotic mower. Fully automatic, it includes a mulching mower unit to cut, shred and fertilise the lawn. Compact and perfect for medium-sized green areas of up to 800 m² and gradients up to 35%. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G132 BUY NOW NEW Cheeky Charlie Charcoal OvenCharlie Oven | £4,500 Encourage their love for outdoor cooking with a tabletop version of the original Charlie Oven! Perfect for gardens with slightly less space but with all the same design, functionality, and footprint as the original freestanding oven.  Whether you’re looking for a barbecue, hot or cold smoker, or pizza oven, this does it all in one and can be matched to their tastes with 10 colours available. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G12 BUY NOW Don’t forget, you can explore all the exhibitors above and even more more at all our 2024 events. Secure your tickets for BBC Gardeners’ World Live or the Spring Fair today, and mark the Autumn Fair dates on your 2024 calendar for an unforgettable experience! BOOK TICKETS FOR SPRING FAIR BOOK GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE TICKETS Discover what's in store at BBC Gardeners' World Live in 2024 Browse the BBC Gardeners' World Theatre timetable and see who's on when
Your 2023 gardening gift list!
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'Tis the season to find the perfect gift! Make someone’s day merry and bright this Christmas by finding them a gift they’ll treasure. Whether it’s for someone with the greenest of fingers or someone who’s gardening passions are just starting to sprout, there’s something for everyone below. Featuring products from exhibitors who will be attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024, ease your festive worries and tick everyone off on your list, with plenty of time to relax with a mince pie before the big day.Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. The gift of a great gardening day out Help inspire someone’s gardening projects in 2024 with tickets, with plenty of days to choose from, including:BBC Gardeners World Live, Birmingham’s NEC, 13-16 JuneBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, Beaulieu, Hampshire, 3-5 MayBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, Audley End House & Garden, Essex, 30 Aug – 1 September (on sale Feb) BOOK SPRING Fair TICKETS BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS Explore even more events in 2024 Treat yourself or a loved-one all year round with the Do What You Love Annual Pass!From gardening and food, to art, dance, knitting and stitching, there are many great days out to enjoy with your Annual Pass, including all three of BBC Gardeners’ World Events in 2024.Find out out more, and order your Annual Pass, below: BUY AN annual PASS TODAY A little something special... Ceramic heartsBroadlands Pottery | £5 – 11 Give a loved one an everlasting reminder of how wonderful they are, with a handmade ceramic decoration from Broadlands Pottery. With plenty to choose from with a floral flourish, they’re bound to leave smiles in their wake, whether it’s for family or friends. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand AC10 BUY NOW Velvet Rose & Oud candleBumble and Bee | £14 Fill their home with the beautiful scents of velvet rose & oud. These hand poured soy wax candles boast a 35 hour burn time, giving them plenty of time to bring an extra level of aromatic cosiness  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G190 BUY NOW Floral earringsBurbi | £18 Let them bring their love of all things floral everywhere with some delicate floral studs – the delightful accompaniment to any outfit.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E120 BUY NOW Famous Gardeners Wash BagElegance Natural Skin Care | £28.95 Take care of your favourite gardeners’ green-fingered hands with a wash bag filled with everything they need for a bit of potting skin care. Including honey hand cream, honey hand soap, a nail brush and flannel mitt, all inside a green wash bag, they’ll be ready to dig in time and time again. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E154 BUY NOW Donkey GlovesDonkey Gloves | £16 Are they looking to take on new gardening challenges in 2024? Give the gift of practical and stylish gardening gloves, designed by horticulturalist and ex-Blue Peter gardener, Clare Cooke. With four sizes available and profits supporting a private animal sanctuary, they’re both practical and charitable. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G274) or Spring Fair (stand G124) BUY NOW More than a stocking filler Root wrapped raspberry canesFrank P Matthews | £16 for all varieties Help them start their grow-your-own journey with raspberries. With over 100 years’ experience, Frank P Matthews offer a broad variety of trees, including fruit trees that can be planted during the festive period for masses of delicious fruit next summer! Easy to grow, easy to maintain and only needing a small space, they’re a great first step.  Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live – stand E282 BUY NOW Open Terrarium KitThe Seaside Jungle Co | £50 Looking for a sustainable, but low maintenance way to bring some greenery indoors? This open terrarium kit is a great choice and comes with a hand-blown recycled glass terrarium, soil, and a selection of succulents to make it their own. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand F17 BUY NOW Hydro-herb kitsFig & Fox | £22 for all types Perfect for the chef in your life, these recycled wine bottles house everything they need for a replenishing stock of their favourite herb! With simple instructions for watering and enough hydroponic fluid to keep growing for approximately two years, their next dish will be full of fresh flavours.  Plus, each kit comes with spare parts, giving even the newest gardeners a chance to learn as they go. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G64 BUY NOW A touch of luxury Stunning oil paintingsHeather Philp | From £80 Let flowers blossom no matter the time of year with a beautiful oil painting that’ll brighten up any home. Whether you’re keen on original paintings or the giclée print of them, add a splash of colour all year round. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G168 BUY NOW Sensory Garden BorderGarden On A Roll | £75 – £630, depending on size/border type Help a novice gardener make the most of any border with the innovative Garden on a Roll! With nine different border options, you can choose the one best suited and order it to size.Whether they would prefer a shady, sunny, Mediterranean or a sensory border (as shown to the right), let them create it with a bio-degradable template, designed by professional horticulturalists. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G66 BUY NOW Hand embroidered suzani throwTwizzell UK | £150 Bring handmade luxury to their home with stunning limited edition suzanis. Hand embroidered and lined in velvet, these beautiful blankets are reverseable and ready to make a statement in any home.Hurry – with just one of each pattern, they’re bound to be snapped up quickly! Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G10 BUY NOW Splurge-worthy surprises NEW Supper Club at Lime Wood with Adam FrostLime Wood Hotel | £185 pp Treat them to a one-of-a-kind evening with the all-new Supper Club at Lime Wood (Lyndhurst, Hampshire). Indulge in laidback luxury at Lime Wood’s restaurant, Hartnett Holder & Co, where Chef Director Luke Holder and Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost present a seasonal Supper Club menu featuring locally sourced produce, including a selection from Lime Wood’s own greenhouse.Places are extremely limited – tickets include welcome drinks, a seasonal banquet with wine, a talk from your hosts and a night to remember! BUY NOW Eleanor Double Folding Hanging ChairMaison & Garden | £379.99 Add a stylish seating area to the garden with space for two people to enjoy. Easy to store with an innovative folding design, this sturdy chair comes with large comfortable seat and back cushions, making it a great place to sit back and relax in. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G240) or Spring Fair (stand G210) BUY NOW iMOW® RMI 422 Robotic MowerStihl | £1,100 Give them the independence to focus on other areas of the garden with a robotic mower. Fully automatic, it includes a mulching mower unit to cut, shred and fertilise the lawn. Compact and perfect for medium-sized green areas of up to 800 m² and gradients up to 35%. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G132 BUY NOW NEW Cheeky Charlie Charcoal OvenCharlie Oven | £4,500 Encourage their love for outdoor cooking with a tabletop version of the original Charlie Oven! Perfect for gardens with slightly less space but with all the same design, functionality, and footprint as the original freestanding oven.  Whether you’re looking for a barbecue, hot or cold smoker, or pizza oven, this does it all in one and can be matched to their tastes with 10 colours available. Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair – stand G12 BUY NOW Don’t forget, you can explore all the exhibitors above and even more more at all our 2024 events. Secure your tickets for BBC Gardeners’ World Live or the Spring Fair today, and mark the Autumn Fair dates on your 2024 calendar for an unforgettable experience! BOOK TICKETS FOR SPRING FAIR BOOK GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE TICKETS Discover the highlights of the Autumn Fair in 2023 - from live expert advice to stunning gardens Sign up to the newsletter and be the first to know when tickets go on sale!
Transform your urban garden
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Create an urban oasis Small urban gardens, balconies and roof terraces needn’t be a barrier to growing the plants you love. From living walls to hanging pots and growing climbers, you can utilise every last inch of your space to create an urban jungle in the heart of the city. Find out some top tips for getting the most out of your urban garden from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine below.What’s more, NEW to BBC Gardeners’ World Live this year, are the Urban Garden Area. There will be plenty of inspiration to take-home in this area, from two Showcase Gardens, designed by Cherry Carmen, as well as a stage dedicated to all things urban gardening!  FIND OUT MORE Top tips for urban gardens Get the most out of your balcony If you have a balcony or small garden with a low fence, you can maximise your growing space with balcony planters. These nifty planters can be hung over the balcony rail or fence ledge, giving you extra growing space that needn’t impact on the area beneath it. For more top tips on balconies, read more here from expert Chris Collins. Use every inch of your space Level surfaces, including the tops of low, sheltered walls, may be used as an additional space to house potted plants. Do this only where it’s safe to do so and use heavy pots such as terracotta, which are less likely to be blown off by wind.  Hanging pots Fill trellis by hanging pots planted with fast-growing bedding. Using brackets that can attach pots to a range of surfaces including fence posts, fences, walls, trellis and even drain pipes, you can fill space that would otherwise be bare. These easy to use, multi-purpose brackets can be used again and again, to fill space where you need it at the time. Grow climbing plants Another way to utilise wall space is to grow climbing plants. Several species of clematis can be grown in containers, and will climb up a simple trellis or wire frame, attached to the wall. You can also grow annual climbers for a more temporary display.  Create a private area Looking to screen off overlooking windows? Why not erect a pergola to increase privacy, creating a cosy, private seating area? You can also grow climbers up it.Or, plant a tree to provide privacy in your garden. It’s often better to plant it in the middle of the garden, as opposed to on the boundary – check where you think it would work best.  Add some colour Accent colours on walls work just as well outside as inside your home. Blues help to make a space feel bigger, while brighter colours can act as stunning backdrops for plants. Either way, some colour will help bring year-round energy to walls, fences, sheds or trellis. Water features Bring the soothing effect of water into a garden. Water features come in all shapes and sizes, and many require minimal wiring and a pump, while others are solar-powered or fitted with LED lights. Place on pebbles for a natural scene.  More balcony tips Find out more about the Show
Transform your urban garden
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Create an urban oasis Small urban gardens, balconies and roof terraces needn’t be a barrier to growing the plants you love. From living walls to hanging pots and growing climbers, you can utilise every last inch of your space to create an urban jungle in the heart of the city. Find out some top tips for getting the most out of your urban garden from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine below.What’s more, NEW to BBC Gardeners’ World Live this year, are the Urban Garden Area. There will be plenty of inspiration to take-home in this area, from two Showcase Gardens, designed by Cherry Carmen, as well as a stage dedicated to all things urban gardening!  FIND OUT MORE Top tips for urban gardens Get the most out of your balcony If you have a balcony or small garden with a low fence, you can maximise your growing space with balcony planters. These nifty planters can be hung over the balcony rail or fence ledge, giving you extra growing space that needn’t impact on the area beneath it. For more top tips on balconies, read more here from expert Chris Collins. Use every inch of your space Level surfaces, including the tops of low, sheltered walls, may be used as an additional space to house potted plants. Do this only where it’s safe to do so and use heavy pots such as terracotta, which are less likely to be blown off by wind.  Hanging pots Fill trellis by hanging pots planted with fast-growing bedding. Using brackets that can attach pots to a range of surfaces including fence posts, fences, walls, trellis and even drain pipes, you can fill space that would otherwise be bare. These easy to use, multi-purpose brackets can be used again and again, to fill space where you need it at the time. Grow climbing plants Another way to utilise wall space is to grow climbing plants. Several species of clematis can be grown in containers, and will climb up a simple trellis or wire frame, attached to the wall. You can also grow annual climbers for a more temporary display.  Create a private area Looking to screen off overlooking windows? Why not erect a pergola to increase privacy, creating a cosy, private seating area? You can also grow climbers up it.Or, plant a tree to provide privacy in your garden. It’s often better to plant it in the middle of the garden, as opposed to on the boundary – check where you think it would work best.  Add some colour Accent colours on walls work just as well outside as inside your home. Blues help to make a space feel bigger, while brighter colours can act as stunning backdrops for plants. Either way, some colour will help bring year-round energy to walls, fences, sheds or trellis. Water features Bring the soothing effect of water into a garden. Water features come in all shapes and sizes, and many require minimal wiring and a pump, while others are solar-powered or fitted with LED lights. Place on pebbles for a natural scene.  More balcony tips Find out more about the Show
Transform your urban garden
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Create an urban oasis Small urban gardens, balconies and roof terraces needn’t be a barrier to growing the plants you love. From living walls to hanging pots and growing climbers, you can utilise every last inch of your space to create an urban jungle in the heart of the city. Find out some top tips for getting the most out of your urban garden from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine below.What’s more, NEW to BBC Gardeners’ World Live this year, are the Urban Garden Area. There will be plenty of inspiration to take-home in this area, from two Showcase Gardens, designed by Cherry Carmen, as well as a stage dedicated to all things urban gardening!  FIND OUT MORE Top tips for urban gardens Get the most out of your balcony If you have a balcony or small garden with a low fence, you can maximise your growing space with balcony planters. These nifty planters can be hung over the balcony rail or fence ledge, giving you extra growing space that needn’t impact on the area beneath it. For more top tips on balconies, read more here from expert Chris Collins. Use every inch of your space Level surfaces, including the tops of low, sheltered walls, may be used as an additional space to house potted plants. Do this only where it’s safe to do so and use heavy pots such as terracotta, which are less likely to be blown off by wind.  Hanging pots Fill trellis by hanging pots planted with fast-growing bedding. Using brackets that can attach pots to a range of surfaces including fence posts, fences, walls, trellis and even drain pipes, you can fill space that would otherwise be bare. These easy to use, multi-purpose brackets can be used again and again, to fill space where you need it at the time. Grow climbing plants Another way to utilise wall space is to grow climbing plants. Several species of clematis can be grown in containers, and will climb up a simple trellis or wire frame, attached to the wall. You can also grow annual climbers for a more temporary display.  Create a private area Looking to screen off overlooking windows? Why not erect a pergola to increase privacy, creating a cosy, private seating area? You can also grow climbers up it.Or, plant a tree to provide privacy in your garden. It’s often better to plant it in the middle of the garden, as opposed to on the boundary – check where you think it would work best.  Add some colour Accent colours on walls work just as well outside as inside your home. Blues help to make a space feel bigger, while brighter colours can act as stunning backdrops for plants. Either way, some colour will help bring year-round energy to walls, fences, sheds or trellis. Water features Bring the soothing effect of water into a garden. Water features come in all shapes and sizes, and many require minimal wiring and a pump, while others are solar-powered or fitted with LED lights. Place on pebbles for a natural scene.  More balcony tips Find out more about the Show
Joe Swift’s tips for December
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Joe Swift's top tips for December Watch the video below to find out what to grow in December, from expert gardener Joe Swift. What’s more, you’ll be able to see Joe and get even more expert advice for your garden at BBC Gardeners’ World Live on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS As well as planting perennials and deciduous shrubs this December, why not try growing Sarcococca. Christmas box, Sarcococca confusa, is a dense, winter-flowering evergreen shrub, bearing sweetly scented, pure white blooms, in contrast with dark green leaves. It’s extremely tolerant of shade and is therefore perfect for growing in a woodland border or shady corner, where you can enjoy its heady fragrance throughout winter.Grow Sarcococca confusa in moist but well-drained soil in sun or shade, ideally near a path or in your front garden, where you can appreciate its scent. /*! elementor - v3.21.0 - 08-05-2024 */ .elementor-widget-video .elementor-widget-container{overflow:hidden;transform:translateZ(0)}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper{aspect-ratio:var(--video-aspect-ratio)}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper iframe,.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper video{height:100%;width:100%;display:flex;border:none;background-color:#000}@supports not (aspect-ratio:1/1){.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper{position:relative;overflow:hidden;height:0;padding-bottom:calc(100% / var(--video-aspect-ratio))}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper iframe,.elementor-widget-video .elementor-wrapper video{position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0}}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-open-inline .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay{position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0;background-size:cover;background-position:50%}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay{cursor:pointer;text-align:center}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay:hover .elementor-custom-embed-play i{opacity:1}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay img{display:block;width:100%;aspect-ratio:var(--video-aspect-ratio);-o-object-fit:cover;object-fit:cover;-o-object-position:center center;object-position:center center}@supports not (aspect-ratio:1/1){.elementor-widget-video .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay{position:relative;overflow:hidden;height:0;padding-bottom:calc(100% / var(--video-aspect-ratio))}.elementor-widget-video .elementor-custom-embed-image-overlay img{position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0}}.elementor-widget-video .e-hosted-video .elementor-video{-o-object-fit:cover;object-fit:cover}.e-con-inner>.elementor-widget-video,.e-con>.elementor-widget-video{width:var(--container-widget-width);--flex-grow:var(--container-widget-flex-grow)} A ticket to BBC Gardeners’ World Live gives you a summer day out blossoming with garden inspiration, top experts, shopping and entertainment. From seasoned gardeners to new gardeners and everyone in between, the Show has something for everyone.Get ready to learn, explore, and have fun alongside fellow nature lovers at the Show– the ultimate celebration of all things gardening! Join Joe Swift at the Show on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS
Joe Swift’s tips for December
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Joe Swift's top tips for December Watch the video below to find out what to grow in December, from expert gardener Joe Swift. What’s more, you’ll be able to see Joe and get even more expert advice for your garden at BBC Gardeners’ World Live on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS As well as planting perennials and deciduous shrubs this December, why not try growing Sarcococca. Christmas box, Sarcococca confusa, is a dense, winter-flowering evergreen shrub, bearing sweetly scented, pure white blooms, in contrast with dark green leaves. It’s extremely tolerant of shade and is therefore perfect for growing in a woodland border or shady corner, where you can enjoy its heady fragrance throughout winter.Grow Sarcococca confusa in moist but well-drained soil in sun or shade, ideally near a path or in your front garden, where you can appreciate its scent. A ticket to BBC Gardeners’ World Live gives you a summer day out blossoming with garden inspiration, top experts, shopping and entertainment. From seasoned gardeners to new gardeners and everyone in between, the Show has something for everyone.Get ready to learn, explore, and have fun alongside fellow nature lovers at the Show– the ultimate celebration of all things gardening! Join Joe Swift at the Show on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS
Joe Swift’s tips for December
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Joe Swift's top tips for December Watch the video below to find out what to grow in December, from expert gardener Joe Swift. What’s more, you’ll be able to see Joe and get even more expert advice for your garden at BBC Gardeners’ World Live on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS As well as planting perennials and deciduous shrubs this December, why not try growing Sarcococca. Christmas box, Sarcococca confusa, is a dense, winter-flowering evergreen shrub, bearing sweetly scented, pure white blooms, in contrast with dark green leaves. It’s extremely tolerant of shade and is therefore perfect for growing in a woodland border or shady corner, where you can enjoy its heady fragrance throughout winter.Grow Sarcococca confusa in moist but well-drained soil in sun or shade, ideally near a path or in your front garden, where you can appreciate its scent. A ticket to BBC Gardeners’ World Live gives you a summer day out blossoming with garden inspiration, top experts, shopping and entertainment. From seasoned gardeners to new gardeners and everyone in between, the Show has something for everyone.Get ready to learn, explore, and have fun alongside fellow nature lovers at the Show– the ultimate celebration of all things gardening! Join Joe Swift at the Show on Sunday 16 June. BOOK TICKETS
Warm up this winter with home-grown chil...
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Warm up this winter with home-grown chillies We’ve got quite the winter warmer for you this month, for both your plot and plate! Try growing chilli peppers for a sizzle of heat into your winter dishes, with some top tips from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. What’s more, put your delicious chillies to good use in a recipe from Ching-He-Huang, as seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023. Chilli peppers can be sown anytime of year, but you’ll need a heated propagator and a grow lamp to give them a good start.  How to grow Chillies need a warm, sunny spot for the best results and the hottest chillies. Ideally, grow them in a greenhouse or raise them in pots on a south-facing patio or windowsill. Chillies need a long season to grow, so it’s best to sow seed early in moist, peat-free multi-purpose compost, and keep in a heated propagator under a growing light, to prevent seedlings going leggy (sow seed in March if you don’t have a heated propagator).  Potting out Pot on into individual pots when the first true leaves appear. Keep potting on if growing in pots or plant out into the greenhouse when night temperatures exceed 10ºC – ensure the soil or compost is free-draining. Feed weekly with a high potash fertiliser once plants have started flowering, and harvest chillies as and when they appear.  Care Once planted out, chillies require very little attention. Pinch out the growing tips when plants are about 20cm tall to encourage bushy growth. Tall varieties may need staking.Water your chilli plants little and often. As soon as the first flowers appear, feed weekly with a high-potash liquid fertiliser such as tomato feed.In hot weather, mist chilli plants to increase humidity and deter spider mites. Chillies will be ready to pick from late summer. For the mildest flavour, pick chillies while they’re still green, leave them to mature for more heat. Hawaiian sticky mushroom and pineapple fried rice As seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023 with Ching-He Huang. Serves 2 1 tbsp rapeseed oil2 1/2 cm-sized piece ginger, finely grated100g carrots, chopped into small pieces200g can sweetcorn, drained400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well200g fresh king trumpet mushrooms, sliced into strips300g cooked jasmine rice1 tbsp dark soy sauce2 tbsp sweet chilli sauce1 tsp sriracha2 tbsp tamari or low-sodium light soy sauce150g fresh pineapple, chopped into small pieces (if you’re using fruit from a whole pineapple, keep the hollowed-out shell to serve)1 tsp toasted sesame oilsmall handful chopped chives1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped, to serve1 tsp chiu chow chilli oil, to serve Fresh king trumpet mushrooms, wok-fried in tamari, sweet chilli and sriracha, then served with chickpeas, sweetcorn and carrots in a hollowed-out pineapple. Serve with chiu chow chilli oil for a spicy kick. Heat a wok over a high heat until smoking, then add the rapeseed oil. Once hot, give the oil a swirl, then add the ginger and stir-fry for a few seconds. Add the carrots and cook for a few seconds, then add the sweetcorn, chickpeas and mushrooms and cook, tossing, for less than 1 min. Add the cooked rice and use your spoon to gently break down the rice in the wok.Add the dark soy sauce, sweet chilli sauce, sriracha and tamari or light soy sauce and toss to mix well. Add the pineapple and stir to combine.Now add the ground white pepper and toasted sesame oil. Spoon the mixture out of the wok and into a hollowed-out pineapple, if using. Sprinkle over the chopped chives and chilli, then serve with chiu chow chilli oil on the side. Find more grow your own recipes Find out more about the Fair
Warm up this winter with home-grown chil...
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Warm up this winter with home-grown chillies We’ve got quite the winter warmer for you this month, for both your plot and plate! Try growing chilli peppers for a sizzle of heat into your winter dishes, with some top tips from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. What’s more, put your delicious chillies to good use in a recipe from Ching-He-Huang, as seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023. Chilli peppers can be sown anytime of year, but you’ll need a heated propagator and a grow lamp to give them a good start.  How to grow Chillies need a warm, sunny spot for the best results and the hottest chillies. Ideally, grow them in a greenhouse or raise them in pots on a south-facing patio or windowsill. Chillies need a long season to grow, so it’s best to sow seed early in moist, peat-free multi-purpose compost, and keep in a heated propagator under a growing light, to prevent seedlings going leggy (sow seed in March if you don’t have a heated propagator).  Potting out Pot on into individual pots when the first true leaves appear. Keep potting on if growing in pots or plant out into the greenhouse when night temperatures exceed 10ºC – ensure the soil or compost is free-draining. Feed weekly with a high potash fertiliser once plants have started flowering, and harvest chillies as and when they appear.  Care Once planted out, chillies require very little attention. Pinch out the growing tips when plants are about 20cm tall to encourage bushy growth. Tall varieties may need staking.Water your chilli plants little and often. As soon as the first flowers appear, feed weekly with a high-potash liquid fertiliser such as tomato feed.In hot weather, mist chilli plants to increase humidity and deter spider mites. Chillies will be ready to pick from late summer. For the mildest flavour, pick chillies while they’re still green, leave them to mature for more heat. Hawaiian sticky mushroom and pineapple fried rice As seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023 with Ching-He Huang. Serves 2 1 tbsp rapeseed oil2 1/2 cm-sized piece ginger, finely grated100g carrots, chopped into small pieces200g can sweetcorn, drained400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well200g fresh king trumpet mushrooms, sliced into strips300g cooked jasmine rice1 tbsp dark soy sauce2 tbsp sweet chilli sauce1 tsp sriracha2 tbsp tamari or low-sodium light soy sauce150g fresh pineapple, chopped into small pieces (if you’re using fruit from a whole pineapple, keep the hollowed-out shell to serve)1 tsp toasted sesame oilsmall handful chopped chives1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped, to serve1 tsp chiu chow chilli oil, to serve Fresh king trumpet mushrooms, wok-fried in tamari, sweet chilli and sriracha, then served with chickpeas, sweetcorn and carrots in a hollowed-out pineapple. Serve with chiu chow chilli oil for a spicy kick. Heat a wok over a high heat until smoking, then add the rapeseed oil. Once hot, give the oil a swirl, then add the ginger and stir-fry for a few seconds. Add the carrots and cook for a few seconds, then add the sweetcorn, chickpeas and mushrooms and cook, tossing, for less than 1 min. Add the cooked rice and use your spoon to gently break down the rice in the wok.Add the dark soy sauce, sweet chilli sauce, sriracha and tamari or light soy sauce and toss to mix well. Add the pineapple and stir to combine.Now add the ground white pepper and toasted sesame oil. Spoon the mixture out of the wok and into a hollowed-out pineapple, if using. Sprinkle over the chopped chives and chilli, then serve with chiu chow chilli oil on the side. Let's Grow Stage at the Spring Fair Find out more about the Fair
Warm up this winter with home-grown chil...
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Warm up this winter with home-grown chillies We’ve got quite the winter warmer for you this month, for both your plot and plate! Try growing chilli peppers for a sizzle of heat into your winter dishes, with some top tips from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. What’s more, put your delicious chillies to good use in a recipe from Ching-He-Huang, as seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023. Chilli peppers can be sown anytime of year, but you’ll need a heated propagator and a grow lamp to give them a good start.  How to grow Chillies need a warm, sunny spot for the best results and the hottest chillies. Ideally, grow them in a greenhouse or raise them in pots on a south-facing patio or windowsill. Chillies need a long season to grow, so it’s best to sow seed early in moist, peat-free multi-purpose compost, and keep in a heated propagator under a growing light, to prevent seedlings going leggy (sow seed in March if you don’t have a heated propagator).  Potting out Pot on into individual pots when the first true leaves appear. Keep potting on if growing in pots or plant out into the greenhouse when night temperatures exceed 10ºC – ensure the soil or compost is free-draining. Feed weekly with a high potash fertiliser once plants have started flowering, and harvest chillies as and when they appear.  Care Once planted out, chillies require very little attention. Pinch out the growing tips when plants are about 20cm tall to encourage bushy growth. Tall varieties may need staking.Water your chilli plants little and often. As soon as the first flowers appear, feed weekly with a high-potash liquid fertiliser such as tomato feed.In hot weather, mist chilli plants to increase humidity and deter spider mites. Chillies will be ready to pick from late summer. For the mildest flavour, pick chillies while they’re still green, leave them to mature for more heat. Hawaiian sticky mushroom and pineapple fried rice As seen on the Summer Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023 with Ching-He Huang. Serves 2 1 tbsp rapeseed oil2 1/2 cm-sized piece ginger, finely grated100g carrots, chopped into small pieces200g can sweetcorn, drained400g can chickpeas, drained and rinsed well200g fresh king trumpet mushrooms, sliced into strips300g cooked jasmine rice1 tbsp dark soy sauce2 tbsp sweet chilli sauce1 tsp sriracha2 tbsp tamari or low-sodium light soy sauce150g fresh pineapple, chopped into small pieces (if you’re using fruit from a whole pineapple, keep the hollowed-out shell to serve)1 tsp toasted sesame oilsmall handful chopped chives1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped, to serve1 tsp chiu chow chilli oil, to serve Fresh king trumpet mushrooms, wok-fried in tamari, sweet chilli and sriracha, then served with chickpeas, sweetcorn and carrots in a hollowed-out pineapple. Serve with chiu chow chilli oil for a spicy kick. Heat a wok over a high heat until smoking, then add the rapeseed oil. Once hot, give the oil a swirl, then add the ginger and stir-fry for a few seconds. Add the carrots and cook for a few seconds, then add the sweetcorn, chickpeas and mushrooms and cook, tossing, for less than 1 min. Add the cooked rice and use your spoon to gently break down the rice in the wok.Add the dark soy sauce, sweet chilli sauce, sriracha and tamari or light soy sauce and toss to mix well. Add the pineapple and stir to combine.Now add the ground white pepper and toasted sesame oil. Spoon the mixture out of the wok and into a hollowed-out pineapple, if using. Sprinkle over the chopped chives and chilli, then serve with chiu chow chilli oil on the side. Find more grow your own recipes Find out more about the Show