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Treat the green-fingered loved one in your life Not sure where to find the perfect gift for your favourite gardener? We’ve done all the digging for you! Browse our specially curated list, featuring products from exhibitors attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events this year and sow the seeds of love with a wonderful gift. Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. Share a great gardening day out this year Let their love of gardening flourish with an inspiring day out, with plenty of options throughout 2024, including:BBC Gardeners’ World Live, 13-16 June at Birmingham’s NECBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, 3-5 May, Beaulieu HampshireBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, 30 Aug-1 Sept, Audley End House & Garden (on sale March) BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS BOOK spring fair 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))} A little something sweet Glass Terrarium ‘Garden Globe’ KitSurreal Succulents | £13 The Glass Terrarium succulent kit makes for an amazing gift, whether it’s for yourself or someone special!Design and craft your unique mini garden with this kit, which includes all the accessories necessary for creating this little living world. Step-by-step instructions are included for an easy set up. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F16) /*! elementor - v3.21.0 - 08-05-2024 */ .elementor-widget-image{text-align:center}.elementor-widget-image a{display:inline-block}.elementor-widget-image a img[src$=".svg"]{width:48px}.elementor-widget-image img{vertical-align:middle;display:inline-block} Hemerocallis ‘Olive Bailey Langdon’ New Forest Hostas | £9 each Surprise a loved-one with a bloom from Spring Fair’s 2023 Display Award winner, New Forest Hostas. With a stunning purple bloom, this hemerocallis is an award-winner in its own right, blooming early mid-season and semi-evergreen, you’ll be gifting them a reminder of you affection to flourish for years to come. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F5) Rustic Love HeartBeechwood Trinkets | from £12 Spread the love to their beloved green space, with a beautiful weather resistant decoration. With 2mm thick steel, this rustic heart is perfect for hanging in the garden (or home!). Plus, find the version that suits any size of space, with the option of sizes 8, 10, or 1 inches.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Solar Red Flaming Balloon Enchanted Earth | £12.95 Help them bring a touch of whimsy to their outdoor space, with a beautiful glass solar-powered hot air balloon light. Complete with realistic flaming effect (whilst staying cool to the touch), add a burst of colour and light to their haven. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G102) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E406) More than a trinket Hanging Leaf quoteA Blackbird Sang | £12.95 Remind them of your love every time they step in to the garden with a beautiful hanging leaf featuring the quote ‘If I Had a Flower For Every Time I Thought Of You’. Made with mild steel and able to hung with either nylon line or string, they can be hung wherever suits. Looking for a more naturalistic effect? Simply bend with hand or pliers to make it truly unique. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Living Frame with SucculentsPlantamamita | £38 Gift them the greenest art you can find, with a stunning living frame. Featuring several live succulents, these ready to hang features are perfect for those with minimal house-plant space. Complete with wooden easel and detailed care instructions, these beautiful handmade artworks are sure to flourish. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand HP6) Gold-Filled Hand Stamped Birth Month Flower NecklaceRebecca May Jewellery | £40 Bring their love of gardening to an elegant piece of jewellery filled with sentiment. Each necklace comes with the hallmark of bespoke hand-drawn birth flowers, with most months offering two options for the flower. With difference chain types and lengths available, you’ll be able to craft and share a piece that is truly unique to your loved one. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC32) Football Cartoon History PrintsFootball Cartoon Histories, Richard Argent | £25-45 Bring their favourite team to life in a beautiful hand-drawn print showcasing the history of their club. Whether you’re after a mounted print (£25) or a canvas (£45), you’ll have a choice of teams from Arsenal right down to York City.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC40) Mini Rose & Carnation KitToft | £30 If they’re a lover of all things crafty and gardening, why not combine the two? Give them a bouquet that will never wilt with a mini rose and carnation crochet project that’s quick to make, ready to bring a splash of colour and brighten their days all year round! BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G182) Things to make the heart soar Luxe Six-Wick Candle, Moody GoldSpry Scents | £250 Don’t just gift a bouquet – fill their home with the scent of Rose & Musk with this limited edition, slow burning, six-wick scented candle. Hand-set in a luxurious Moody Gold that gives a shabby chic effect, and complete with a matching lid to snuff out, it’s a great way to life their spirits and create a cosy feeling for 250 hours of burn time. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC12) Ultimate Orange Wine CollectionThe Italian Wine Shop | £149.99 Treat a beloved amateur sommelier to a collection of delightful orange wine from 3 Italian regions renown for their tipples. Not only will they be able to adventure beyond the traditional red, white and rosé, they’ll be introduced to a group of diverse winemakers from across Sicily, Aosta and Sardinia. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand GF66) Reversible Suzani – no 52Twizzell | £150 Let florals bloom on their bed spread, with a stunning hand-embroidered suzani. Limited edition, lined in velvet and reversible, it makes a colourful statement and truly cosy option. And, if pink isn’t their colour, explore the full range of suzanis, each with their own unique design and colour palette. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G10) Gifts to bowl them over Lupin Study (original)A Great Escape Art | £460 Spoil them with a stunning artwork featuring beautiful watercolour lupins – a wonderful way to bring a touch of colour and their green-fingered focus to their walls. Coming complete with frame and mount, it’s ready to find a home on their walls and in their heart. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G96) Maryville Bubbling Hearts Contemporary Solar Water FeatureOutdoor Living UK | £278.23 (discounted from £375.61) Let love bubble over and flow with a show stopping water feature, with its soothing sound ready to make their garden a tranquil retreat. Attractive to wild birds looking for refreshment and powered by solar energy, it’s sure to add character to any garden space. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G84) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E214) Discover all these exhibitors and more across our shows in 2024 – book your tickets for BBC Gardeners’ World Live or the Spring Fair today!Plus, if you want to be the first in the know when the Autumn Fair goes on sale, sign up to the newsletter below. BOOK spring fair tickets BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS SIGN UP TO THE AUTUMN FAIR NEWSLETTER
Let love bloom this Valentine’s Da...
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Treat the green-fingered loved one in your life Not sure where to find the perfect gift for your favourite gardener? We’ve done all the digging for you! Browse our specially curated list, featuring products from exhibitors attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events this year and sow the seeds of love with a wonderful gift. Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. Share a great gardening day out this year Let their love of gardening flourish with an inspiring day out, with plenty of options throughout 2024, including:BBC Gardeners’ World Live, 13-16 June at Birmingham’s NECBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, 3-5 May, Beaulieu HampshireBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, 30 Aug-1 Sept, Audley End House & Garden (on sale March) BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS BOOK spring fair tickets A little something sweet Glass Terrarium ‘Garden Globe’ KitSurreal Succulents | £13 The Glass Terrarium succulent kit makes for an amazing gift, whether it’s for yourself or someone special!Design and craft your unique mini garden with this kit, which includes all the accessories necessary for creating this little living world. Step-by-step instructions are included for an easy set up. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F16) Hemerocallis ‘Olive Bailey Langdon’ New Forest Hostas | £9 each Surprise a loved-one with a bloom from Spring Fair’s 2023 Display Award winner, New Forest Hostas. With a stunning purple bloom, this hemerocallis is an award-winner in its own right, blooming early mid-season and semi-evergreen, you’ll be gifting them a reminder of you affection to flourish for years to come. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F5) Rustic Love HeartBeechwood Trinkets | from £12 Spread the love to their beloved green space, with a beautiful weather resistant decoration. With 2mm thick steel, this rustic heart is perfect for hanging in the garden (or home!). Plus, find the version that suits any size of space, with the option of sizes 8, 10, or 1 inches.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Solar Red Flaming Balloon Enchanted Earth | £12.95 Help them bring a touch of whimsy to their outdoor space, with a beautiful glass solar-powered hot air balloon light. Complete with realistic flaming effect (whilst staying cool to the touch), add a burst of colour and light to their haven. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G102) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E406) More than a trinket Hanging Leaf quoteA Blackbird Sang | £12.95 Remind them of your love every time they step in to the garden with a beautiful hanging leaf featuring the quote ‘If I Had a Flower For Every Time I Thought Of You’. Made with mild steel and able to hung with either nylon line or string, they can be hung wherever suits. Looking for a more naturalistic effect? Simply bend with hand or pliers to make it truly unique. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Living Frame with SucculentsPlantamamita | £38 Gift them the greenest art you can find, with a stunning living frame. Featuring several live succulents, these ready to hang features are perfect for those with minimal house-plant space. Complete with wooden easel and detailed care instructions, these beautiful handmade artworks are sure to flourish. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand HP6) Gold-Filled Hand Stamped Birth Month Flower NecklaceRebecca May Jewellery | £40 Bring their love of gardening to an elegant piece of jewellery filled with sentiment. Each necklace comes with the hallmark of bespoke hand-drawn birth flowers, with most months offering two options for the flower. With difference chain types and lengths available, you’ll be able to craft and share a piece that is truly unique to your loved one. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC32) Football Cartoon History PrintsFootball Cartoon Histories, Richard Argent | £25-45 Bring their favourite team to life in a beautiful hand-drawn print showcasing the history of their club. Whether you’re after a mounted print (£25) or a canvas (£45), you’ll have a choice of teams from Arsenal right down to York City.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC40) Mini Rose & Carnation KitToft | £30 If they’re a lover of all things crafty and gardening, why not combine the two? Give them a bouquet that will never wilt with a mini rose and carnation crochet project that’s quick to make, ready to bring a splash of colour and brighten their days all year round! BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G182) Things to make the heart soar Luxe Six-Wick Candle, Moody GoldSpry Scents | £250 Don’t just gift a bouquet – fill their home with the scent of Rose & Musk with this limited edition, slow burning, six-wick scented candle. Hand-set in a luxurious Moody Gold that gives a shabby chic effect, and complete with a matching lid to snuff out, it’s a great way to life their spirits and create a cosy feeling for 250 hours of burn time. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC12) Ultimate Orange Wine CollectionThe Italian Wine Shop | £149.99 Treat a beloved amateur sommelier to a collection of delightful orange wine from 3 Italian regions renown for their tipples. Not only will they be able to adventure beyond the traditional red, white and rosé, they’ll be introduced to a group of diverse winemakers from across Sicily, Aosta and Sardinia. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand GF66) Reversible Suzani – no 52Twizzell | £150 Let florals bloom on their bed spread, with a stunning hand-embroidered suzani. Limited edition, lined in velvet and reversible, it makes a colourful statement and truly cosy option. And, if pink isn’t their colour, explore the full range of suzanis, each with their own unique design and colour palette. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G10) Gifts to bowl them over Lupin Study (original)A Great Escape Art | £460 Spoil them with a stunning artwork featuring beautiful watercolour lupins – a wonderful way to bring a touch of colour and their green-fingered focus to their walls. Coming complete with frame and mount, it’s ready to find a home on their walls and in their heart. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G96) Maryville Bubbling Hearts Contemporary Solar Water FeatureOutdoor Living UK | £278.23 (discounted from £375.61) Let love bubble over and flow with a show stopping water feature, with its soothing sound ready to make their garden a tranquil retreat. Attractive to wild birds looking for refreshment and powered by solar energy, it’s sure to add character to any garden space. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G84) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E214) Discover all these exhibitors and more across our shows in 2024 – book your tickets now and get ready to tick off your whole shopping list! BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY
Let love bloom this Valentine’s Da...
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Treat the green-fingered loved one in your life Not sure where to find the perfect gift for your favourite gardener? We’ve done all the digging for you! Browse our specially curated list, featuring products from exhibitors attending BBC Gardeners’ World Events this year and sow the seeds of love with a wonderful gift. Please note that all gifts are subject to availability and delivery times of independent suppliers may vary. Share a great gardening day out this year Let their love of gardening flourish with an inspiring day out, with plenty of options throughout 2024, including:BBC Gardeners’ World Live, 13-16 June at Birmingham’s NECBBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, 3-5 May, Beaulieu HampshireBBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair, 30 Aug-1 Sept, Audley End House & Garden (on sale March) BOOK GW LIVE TICKETS BOOK spring fair tickets A little something sweet Glass Terrarium ‘Garden Globe’ KitSurreal Succulents | £13 The Glass Terrarium succulent kit makes for an amazing gift, whether it’s for yourself or someone special!Design and craft your unique mini garden with this kit, which includes all the accessories necessary for creating this little living world. Step-by-step instructions are included for an easy set up. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F16) Hemerocallis ‘Olive Bailey Langdon’ New Forest Hostas | £9 each Surprise a loved-one with a bloom from Spring Fair’s 2023 Display Award winner, New Forest Hostas. With a stunning purple bloom, this hemerocallis is an award-winner in its own right, blooming early mid-season and semi-evergreen, you’ll be gifting them a reminder of you affection to flourish for years to come. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand F5) Rustic Love HeartBeechwood Trinkets | from £12 Spread the love to their beloved green space, with a beautiful weather resistant decoration. With 2mm thick steel, this rustic heart is perfect for hanging in the garden (or home!). Plus, find the version that suits any size of space, with the option of sizes 8, 10, or 1 inches.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Solar Red Flaming Balloon Enchanted Earth | £12.95 Help them bring a touch of whimsy to their outdoor space, with a beautiful glass solar-powered hot air balloon light. Complete with realistic flaming effect (whilst staying cool to the touch), add a burst of colour and light to their haven. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G102) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E406) More than a trinket Hanging Leaf quoteA Blackbird Sang | £12.95 Remind them of your love every time they step in to the garden with a beautiful hanging leaf featuring the quote ‘If I Had a Flower For Every Time I Thought Of You’. Made with mild steel and able to hung with either nylon line or string, they can be hung wherever suits. Looking for a more naturalistic effect? Simply bend with hand or pliers to make it truly unique. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G78) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G80) Living Frame with SucculentsPlantamamita | £38 Gift them the greenest art you can find, with a stunning living frame. Featuring several live succulents, these ready to hang features are perfect for those with minimal house-plant space. Complete with wooden easel and detailed care instructions, these beautiful handmade artworks are sure to flourish. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand HP6) Gold-Filled Hand Stamped Birth Month Flower NecklaceRebecca May Jewellery | £40 Bring their love of gardening to an elegant piece of jewellery filled with sentiment. Each necklace comes with the hallmark of bespoke hand-drawn birth flowers, with most months offering two options for the flower. With difference chain types and lengths available, you’ll be able to craft and share a piece that is truly unique to your loved one. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC32) Football Cartoon History PrintsFootball Cartoon Histories, Richard Argent | £25-45 Bring their favourite team to life in a beautiful hand-drawn print showcasing the history of their club. Whether you’re after a mounted print (£25) or a canvas (£45), you’ll have a choice of teams from Arsenal right down to York City.  BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC40) Mini Rose & Carnation KitToft | £30 If they’re a lover of all things crafty and gardening, why not combine the two? Give them a bouquet that will never wilt with a mini rose and carnation crochet project that’s quick to make, ready to bring a splash of colour and brighten their days all year round! BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand G182) Things to make the heart soar Luxe Six-Wick Candle, Moody GoldSpry Scents | £250 Don’t just gift a bouquet – fill their home with the scent of Rose & Musk with this limited edition, slow burning, six-wick scented candle. Hand-set in a luxurious Moody Gold that gives a shabby chic effect, and complete with a matching lid to snuff out, it’s a great way to life their spirits and create a cosy feeling for 250 hours of burn time. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand AC12) Ultimate Orange Wine CollectionThe Italian Wine Shop | £149.99 Treat a beloved amateur sommelier to a collection of delightful orange wine from 3 Italian regions renown for their tipples. Not only will they be able to adventure beyond the traditional red, white and rosé, they’ll be introduced to a group of diverse winemakers from across Sicily, Aosta and Sardinia. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand GF66) Reversible Suzani – no 52Twizzell | £150 Let florals bloom on their bed spread, with a stunning hand-embroidered suzani. Limited edition, lined in velvet and reversible, it makes a colourful statement and truly cosy option. And, if pink isn’t their colour, explore the full range of suzanis, each with their own unique design and colour palette. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G10) Gifts to bowl them over Lupin Study (original)A Great Escape Art | £460 Spoil them with a stunning artwork featuring beautiful watercolour lupins – a wonderful way to bring a touch of colour and their green-fingered focus to their walls. Coming complete with frame and mount, it’s ready to find a home on their walls and in their heart. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G96) Maryville Bubbling Hearts Contemporary Solar Water FeatureOutdoor Living UK | £278.23 (discounted from £375.61) Let love bubble over and flow with a show stopping water feature, with its soothing sound ready to make their garden a tranquil retreat. Attractive to wild birds looking for refreshment and powered by solar energy, it’s sure to add character to any garden space. BUY NOW Find them at BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair (stand G84) and at BBC Gardeners’ World Live (stand E214) Discover all these exhibitors and more across our shows in 2024 – book your tickets now and get ready to tick off your whole shopping list! BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY
Adam Frost chats gardening
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Adam Frost's tips for designing a small garden What a treat we have for you at BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2024 – Adam Frost will create the headline Show Garden where top chefs, including James Martin and Michel Roux, will drop in for talks and demos hosted by Adam.You can also book seats to see Adam in the BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre. You won’t want to miss this!  book tickets > Can’t wait ’til June? Catch up on his interview with Kevin Smith, editor of Gardeners’ World Magazine, filmed at last year’s Show, here:  /*! 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)} /*! 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Adam's talks in the BBC Gardeners' World Live Theatre Find out more book tickets >
No-dig gardening with Stephanie Hafferty
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Affordable no-dig gardening In this episode of Sense-Making, award-winning garden and food author Stephanie Hafferty shares her journey into regenerative organic gardening, emphasising affordability and accessibility. With 30 years of practical experience, Stephanie distils her expertise into straightforward advice for cultivating a diverse and healthy food supply. The BBC Gardener's World Fair Autumn 2023 - Show Interviews Actively involved in Permaculture Wales and the UK, Stephanie serves as Vice Chair of the Garden Media Guild and has been featured on BBC Gardeners World. Beyond her books, Stephanie engages with audiences through workshops, talks, and consulting on edible gardening projects, embodying a holistic and sustainable approach to living in harmony with nature. listen now Book tickets to gardener's world live> Meet the experts Find out more about the Show
Red mullet with homegrown basil
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Courgette cream with red mullet Grow your own  basil to add flavour to your summer cooking, with tips from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. Packed with flavour, we’ve got the perfect one-pan recipe to use your basil in, from the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023.  In the warmer months, basil is the perfect addition to your windowsill or vegetable patch, and packs fantastic flavours for summer dishes. Read on below for tips on growing basil from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and to find out more about a delicious one-pan lemon sole recipe, using your basil, from the BBC Good Food Show Summer in 2022. Sowing  Sow basil seed from spring to summer so you have a continuous crop. Sow in containers for a lasting cropGrow in well-drained, fertile soil in a warm, sheltered positionStart seedlings off in pots on a warm, but not sunny windowsill. Pot on into individual pots when plants are big enough to handle.Help your basil acclimatise to conditions outdoors by standing them outside in a sheltered spot and bring them back in at night. Caring for basil Outdoors, basil needs protection from wind and frost. Always water with care, ideally before midday, and avoid splashing the leaves. Water sparingly – basil hates to sit in wet compost!Expect to pot up your basil a few times in the growing season as plants grow fast in containers.Basil is a half-hardy annual, so new plants will be needed each year.  Harvest Pick the leaves and tops of basil regularly throughout the summer to use fresh. You can be quite ruthless, so long as you leave at least three pairs of side shoots so your plants can regrow. Don’t wash the leaves until you’re ready to use them as they’ll turn slimy. Courgette cream with red mullet This recipe is from the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023, as seen in the Big Kitchen. Serves 4IngredientsUnsalted Butter600g courgettes, chopped into small pieces (leave a couple whole) 1 white onion, peeled and sliced 2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed 2 tsp madras curry powder handful of basil leaves olive oil 4 small red mullet (200g-300g each), filleted but with skin onFor the curry oil 3 tbsp madras curry powder1 litre olive oil  MethodFirst prepare the curry oil. Heat the curry powder carefully in a dry pan for 5 minutes to release the oils and flavour. Add the oil and heat to 40°C (tepid in temperature if no thermometer to hand), then cover and leave to cool. After 24 hours, pour the oil through a muslin cloth, then store in a bottle in a cool dark place.Wash and dice all but a couple of courgettes, slice the onion and crush the garlic cloves.Melt 1 tbsp butter in a large pan and sweat the vegetables for 5 mins.Add 2 tsp curry powder and cook for a further 5 mins. Pour in 800ml boiling water, season and simmer for 10 mins, then add the basil leaves and blitz in a food processor until smooth. Keep the mixture warm until you are ready to serve.Cut the remaining courgettes into thin ribbons on a mandolin or into fine strips. Cook these gently in a little butter in a griddle pan for a minute or so, then season and keep warm.Check that all the pin bones have been removed from the red mullet fillets, then season them lightly and smear them with olive oil. Heat a non-stick frying pan and cook the mullet for 3 minutes on each side, until just tenderServe a bed of courgette cream onto each plate and add some ribbons, or strips of courgette. Place the fish on top and drizzle with the curry-infused olive oil. Find more grow your own recipes Find out more about the Fair
No-dig gardening with Stephanie Hafferty
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Affordable no-dig gardening In this episode of Sense-Making, award-winning garden and food author Stephanie Hafferty shares her journey into regenerative organic gardening, emphasising affordability and accessibility. With 30 years of practical experience, Stephanie distils her expertise into straightforward advice for cultivating a diverse and healthy food supply. The BBC Gardener's World Fair Autumn 2023 - Show Interviews Actively involved in Permaculture Wales and the UK, Stephanie serves as Vice Chair of the Garden Media Guild and has been featured on BBC Gardeners World. Beyond her books, Stephanie engages with audiences through workshops, talks, and consulting on edible gardening projects, embodying a holistic and sustainable approach to living in harmony with nature. listen now Book tickets to gardener's world live> Meet the experts Find out more about the Show
Adam Frost chats gardening
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Adam Frost's tips for designing a small garden What a treat we have for you at BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2024 – Adam Frost will create the headline Show Garden where top chefs, including James Martin and Michel Roux, will drop in for talks and demos hosted by Adam.You can also book seats to see Adam in the BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre. You won’t want to miss this!  book tickets > Can’t wait ’til June? Catch up on his interview with Kevin Smith, editor of Gardeners’ World Magazine, filmed at last year’s Show, here:  And learn more about Adam Frost‘s Show Garden. Adam's 'Chefs Table' headline Show Garden find out more NEW! Adam's talks in the BBC Gardeners' World Live Theatre Find out more book tickets >
Red mullet with homegrown basil
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Courgette cream with red mullet Grow your own  basil to add flavour to your summer cooking, with tips from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. Packed with flavour, we’ve got the perfect one-pan recipe to use your basil in, from the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023.  In the warmer months, basil is the perfect addition to your windowsill or vegetable patch, and packs fantastic flavours for summer dishes. Read on below for tips on growing basil from our friends at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and to find out more about a delicious one-pan lemon sole recipe, using your basil, from the BBC Good Food Show Summer in 2022. Sowing  Sow basil seed from spring to summer so you have a continuous crop. Sow in containers for a lasting cropGrow in well-drained, fertile soil in a warm, sheltered positionStart seedlings off in pots on a warm, but not sunny windowsill. Pot on into individual pots when plants are big enough to handle.Help your basil acclimatise to conditions outdoors by standing them outside in a sheltered spot and bring them back in at night. Caring for basil Outdoors, basil needs protection from wind and frost. Always water with care, ideally before midday, and avoid splashing the leaves. Water sparingly – basil hates to sit in wet compost!Expect to pot up your basil a few times in the growing season as plants grow fast in containers.Basil is a half-hardy annual, so new plants will be needed each year.  Harvest Pick the leaves and tops of basil regularly throughout the summer to use fresh. You can be quite ruthless, so long as you leave at least three pairs of side shoots so your plants can regrow. Don’t wash the leaves until you’re ready to use them as they’ll turn slimy. Courgette cream with red mullet This recipe is from the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2023, as seen in the Big Kitchen. Serves 4IngredientsUnsalted Butter600g courgettes, chopped into small pieces (leave a couple whole) 1 white onion, peeled and sliced 2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed 2 tsp madras curry powder handful of basil leaves olive oil 4 small red mullet (200g-300g each), filleted but with skin onFor the curry oil 3 tbsp madras curry powder1 litre olive oil  MethodFirst prepare the curry oil. Heat the curry powder carefully in a dry pan for 5 minutes to release the oils and flavour. Add the oil and heat to 40°C (tepid in temperature if no thermometer to hand), then cover and leave to cool. After 24 hours, pour the oil through a muslin cloth, then store in a bottle in a cool dark place.Wash and dice all but a couple of courgettes, slice the onion and crush the garlic cloves.Melt 1 tbsp butter in a large pan and sweat the vegetables for 5 mins.Add 2 tsp curry powder and cook for a further 5 mins. Pour in 800ml boiling water, season and simmer for 10 mins, then add the basil leaves and blitz in a food processor until smooth. Keep the mixture warm until you are ready to serve.Cut the remaining courgettes into thin ribbons on a mandolin or into fine strips. Cook these gently in a little butter in a griddle pan for a minute or so, then season and keep warm.Check that all the pin bones have been removed from the red mullet fillets, then season them lightly and smear them with olive oil. Heat a non-stick frying pan and cook the mullet for 3 minutes on each side, until just tenderServe a bed of courgette cream onto each plate and add some ribbons, or strips of courgette. Place the fish on top and drizzle with the curry-infused olive oil. Find more grow your own recipes Find out more about the Fair
Let the colour of 2024 bloom in your gar...
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Pantone's Peach Fuzz is here to flourish As the fresh shoots of a new year start to peek out, we’re looking to the Pantone Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz, for inspiration. Embrace the warmth of this delicate orange, with Pantone noting that this ‘velvety gentle peach tone’ is the perfect hue to ‘enrich the mind, body, and soul.’Below, you’ll find a beautiful bouquet of blooms in this year’s colour, taken from BBC Gardeners’ World Events of the past few years. You’ll find the full spectrum of colours amongst the incredible variety of plants available to browse and buy at the BBC Gardeners’ World Events. Sign up to the Autumn Fair newsletter to be one of the first to know when tickets are on sale! Sign up to the newsletter Dahlia – ‘Maya’ Dahlias offer a spectrum of colours and shapes, from petite pompons to larger blooms. These half-hardy plants thrive in mild winters and are moderately easy to grow, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies, making them ideal for wildlife-friendly gardens. Best planted from May to June in well-drained, humus-rich soil and a sunny location, be sure to give them approx. 60cm between plants. They flower from June until the arrival of the first frost. Versatile and adaptable, Dahlias are suitable for borders, gardens, beds, cut flowers, as well as containers and patio pots, offering a charming addition to any plot. Foxtail Lily – ‘Eremus Cleopatra’ Foxtail lilies, also known as Eremurus, are enduring perennials prized for their striking flower spikes that typically bloom in June or July. These majestic spikes consist of numerous star-shaped flowers, alluring to bees and offering a captivating presence in the garden for about three weeks and should be planted between January to March.They necessitate a cold winter period to ensure the most magnificent blooms, and thrive best in full sun and well-drained soil. They are ideally situated at the back of a border where they can also contribute valuable height to the rear.  Fox Gloves – ‘Dalmatian Peach’ Foxglove ‘Dalmatian Peach’ (Digitalis) is a biennial or short-lived perennial that blooms in midsummer, attracting bees and pollinators. This variety typically blooms in its first year, and prefers humus-rich, moist soil and grows well in sun or part shade.As a hardy plant, doesn’t need winter protection, and can be propagated easily from mid-summer seeds. Ideal for borders or containers, it pairs beautifully with purple companions wherever you choose to plant it. Alstroemeria Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian lily or Lily of the Incas, is a hardy perennial originating from South America, renowned for its vibrant summer-to-autumn blooms in reds, oranges, purples, pinks, yellows, and softer hues.Planting these flowers in warm, damp soil during spring or autumn ensures the roots are established quickly, and are perfect for borders, containers, and compact pots. Loved by bees, these blooms thrive in sunny or partially shaded spots, lasting from early summer to late autumn. Roses Roses add charm to any garden, delighting both gardeners and pollinators. Blooming in summer, many varieties re-flower in autumn and endure for years, with a broad variety of hues to choose from. Attractive pollinators and serve as nesting spots for bees, most prefer full sun and fertile soil, while some tolerate shade and poorer grounds. Plant bare-root roses from November to March or container-grown roses anytime, avoiding frozen or waterlogged conditions.  Lupins – ‘Lupinus Salmon Star’ Lupins, classic in cottage gardens, thrive in sunny spots like formal borders and gravel gardens. They prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil and bloom in various colours, attracting pollinators. Plant them in sunny to partially shaded areas with moist, well-drained soil. Best placed towards the back of borders, they don’t suit containers due to potential weak growth. Lupins, with their traditional charm, also fit modern schemes when nestled among ornamental grasses for a unique display. Anemone-Flowered Dahlia – ‘Totally Tangerine’ Anemone flowering Dahlias, also called Powder Puff Dahlias, bear distinctive double feathered central petals resembling a Powder Puff, making them ideal for indoor displays as cut flowers. These versatile plants are suitable for garden borders, beds, patio pots, or containers. Growing up to 90cm in height, they bloom from June to October, providing a long flowering period. Trumpet Pitchers – Sarracenia Trumpet pitchers, scientifically known as Sarracenia, are carnivorous plants known for their unique pitcher-shaped traps. These plants thrive in wet, boggy environments, using their pitchers to attract, trap, and digest insects for nutrients. They make intriguing additions to gardens or terrariums, requiring moist, acidic soil and plenty of sunlight. Trumpet pitchers are captivating and low-maintenance plants, adding a fascinating touch to any plant collection. What will take root in your garden this year? Don’t forget, you can glean expert advice at all of our events, with live expertise on stage and one-to-one recommendations from a wealth of exhibitors.With every hue right there at your fingertips, don’t miss out on a great gardening day out – register for the newsletter and be one of the first to know when Autumn Fair tickets for 2024 go on sale! sign up to the newsletter
Let the colour of 2024 bloom in your gar...
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Pantone's Peach Fuzz is here to flourish As the fresh shoots of a new year start to peek out, we’re looking to the Pantone Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz, for inspiration. Embrace the warmth of this delicate orange, with Pantone noting that this ‘velvety gentle peach tone’ is the perfect hue to ‘enrich the mind, body, and soul.’Below, you’ll find a beautiful bouquet of blooms in this year’s colour, taken from BBC Gardeners’ World Events of the past few years. You’ll find the full spectrum of colours amongst the incredible variety of plants available to browse and buy at the BBC Gardeners’ World Events. Get tickets to find your perfect hue today! Book your tickets now Dahlia – ‘Maya’ Dahlias offer a spectrum of colours and shapes, from petite pompons to larger blooms. These half-hardy plants thrive in mild winters and are moderately easy to grow, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies, making them ideal for wildlife-friendly gardens. Best planted from May to June in well-drained, humus-rich soil and a sunny location, be sure to give them approx. 60cm between plants. They flower from June until the arrival of the first frost. Versatile and adaptable, Dahlias are suitable for borders, gardens, beds, cut flowers, as well as containers and patio pots, offering a charming addition to any plot. Foxtail Lily – ‘Eremus Cleopatra’ Foxtail lilies, also known as Eremurus, are enduring perennials prized for their striking flower spikes that typically bloom in June or July. These majestic spikes consist of numerous star-shaped flowers, alluring to bees and offering a captivating presence in the garden for about three weeks and should be planted between January to March.They necessitate a cold winter period to ensure the most magnificent blooms, and thrive best in full sun and well-drained soil. They are ideally situated at the back of a border where they can also contribute valuable height to the rear.  Fox Gloves – ‘Dalmatian Peach’ Foxglove ‘Dalmatian Peach’ (Digitalis) is a biennial or short-lived perennial that blooms in midsummer, attracting bees and pollinators. This variety typically blooms in its first year, and prefers humus-rich, moist soil and grows well in sun or part shade.As a hardy plant, doesn’t need winter protection, and can be propagated easily from mid-summer seeds. Ideal for borders or containers, it pairs beautifully with purple companions wherever you choose to plant it. Alstroemeria Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian lily or Lily of the Incas, is a hardy perennial originating from South America, renowned for its vibrant summer-to-autumn blooms in reds, oranges, purples, pinks, yellows, and softer hues.Planting these flowers in warm, damp soil during spring or autumn ensures the roots are established quickly, and are perfect for borders, containers, and compact pots. Loved by bees, these blooms thrive in sunny or partially shaded spots, lasting from early summer to late autumn. Roses Roses add charm to any garden, delighting both gardeners and pollinators. Blooming in summer, many varieties re-flower in autumn and endure for years, with a broad variety of hues to choose from. Attractive pollinators and serve as nesting spots for bees, most prefer full sun and fertile soil, while some tolerate shade and poorer grounds. Plant bare-root roses from November to March or container-grown roses anytime, avoiding frozen or waterlogged conditions.  Lupins – ‘Lupinus Salmon Star’ Lupins, classic in cottage gardens, thrive in sunny spots like formal borders and gravel gardens. They prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil and bloom in various colours, attracting pollinators. Plant them in sunny to partially shaded areas with moist, well-drained soil. Best placed towards the back of borders, they don’t suit containers due to potential weak growth. Lupins, with their traditional charm, also fit modern schemes when nestled among ornamental grasses for a unique display. Anemone-Flowered Dahlia – ‘Totally Tangerine’ Anemone flowering Dahlias, also called Powder Puff Dahlias, bear distinctive double feathered central petals resembling a Powder Puff, making them ideal for indoor displays as cut flowers. These versatile plants are suitable for garden borders, beds, patio pots, or containers. Growing up to 90cm in height, they bloom from June to October, providing a long flowering period. Trumpet Pitchers – Sarracenia Trumpet pitchers, scientifically known as Sarracenia, are carnivorous plants known for their unique pitcher-shaped traps. These plants thrive in wet, boggy environments, using their pitchers to attract, trap, and digest insects for nutrients. They make intriguing additions to gardens or terrariums, requiring moist, acidic soil and plenty of sunlight. Trumpet pitchers are captivating and low-maintenance plants, adding a fascinating touch to any plant collection. What will take root in your garden this year? Don’t forget, you can glean expert advice at all of our events, with live expertise on stage and one-to-one recommendations from a wealth of exhibitors. With every hue right there at your fingertips, don’t miss out on a great gardening day out and book your tickets today! Book your tickets now Ticket types available What's on in 2024
Let the colour of 2024 bloom in your gar...
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Pantone's Peach Fuzz is here to flourish As the fresh shoots of a new year start to peek out, we’re looking to the Pantone Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz, for inspiration. Embrace the warmth of this delicate orange, with Pantone noting that this ‘velvety gentle peach tone’ is the perfect hue to ‘enrich the mind, body, and soul.’Below, you’ll find a beautiful bouquet of blooms in this year’s colour, taken from BBC Gardeners’ World Events of the past few years. You’ll find the full spectrum of colours amongst the incredible variety of plants available to browse and buy at the BBC Gardeners’ World Events. Get tickets to find your perfect hue today! Book your tickets now Dahlia – ‘Maya’ Dahlias offer a spectrum of colours and shapes, from petite pompons to larger blooms. These half-hardy plants thrive in mild winters and are moderately easy to grow, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies, making them ideal for wildlife-friendly gardens. Best planted from May to June in well-drained, humus-rich soil and a sunny location, be sure to give them approx. 60cm between plants. They flower from June until the arrival of the first frost. Versatile and adaptable, Dahlias are suitable for borders, gardens, beds, cut flowers, as well as containers and patio pots, offering a charming addition to any plot. Foxtail Lily – ‘Eremus Cleopatra’ Foxtail lilies, also known as Eremurus, are enduring perennials prized for their striking flower spikes that typically bloom in June or July. These majestic spikes consist of numerous star-shaped flowers, alluring to bees and offering a captivating presence in the garden for about three weeks and should be planted between January to March.They necessitate a cold winter period to ensure the most magnificent blooms, and thrive best in full sun and well-drained soil. They are ideally situated at the back of a border where they can also contribute valuable height to the rear.  Fox Gloves – ‘Dalmatian Peach’ Foxglove ‘Dalmatian Peach’ (Digitalis) is a biennial or short-lived perennial that blooms in midsummer, attracting bees and pollinators. This variety typically blooms in its first year, and prefers humus-rich, moist soil and grows well in sun or part shade.As a hardy plant, doesn’t need winter protection, and can be propagated easily from mid-summer seeds. Ideal for borders or containers, it pairs beautifully with purple companions wherever you choose to plant it. Alstroemeria Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian lily or Lily of the Incas, is a hardy perennial originating from South America, renowned for its vibrant summer-to-autumn blooms in reds, oranges, purples, pinks, yellows, and softer hues.Planting these flowers in warm, damp soil during spring or autumn ensures the roots are established quickly, and are perfect for borders, containers, and compact pots. Loved by bees, these blooms thrive in sunny or partially shaded spots, lasting from early summer to late autumn. Roses Roses add charm to any garden, delighting both gardeners and pollinators. Blooming in summer, many varieties re-flower in autumn and endure for years, with a broad variety of hues to choose from. Attractive pollinators and serve as nesting spots for bees, most prefer full sun and fertile soil, while some tolerate shade and poorer grounds. Plant bare-root roses from November to March or container-grown roses anytime, avoiding frozen or waterlogged conditions.  Lupins – ‘Lupinus Salmon Star’ Lupins, classic in cottage gardens, thrive in sunny spots like formal borders and gravel gardens. They prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil and bloom in various colours, attracting pollinators. Plant them in sunny to partially shaded areas with moist, well-drained soil. Best placed towards the back of borders, they don’t suit containers due to potential weak growth. Lupins, with their traditional charm, also fit modern schemes when nestled among ornamental grasses for a unique display. Anemone-Flowered Dahlia – ‘Totally Tangerine’ Anemone flowering Dahlias, also called Powder Puff Dahlias, bear distinctive double feathered central petals resembling a Powder Puff, making them ideal for indoor displays as cut flowers. These versatile plants are suitable for garden borders, beds, patio pots, or containers. Growing up to 90cm in height, they bloom from June to October, providing a long flowering period. Trumpet Pitchers – Sarracenia Trumpet pitchers, scientifically known as Sarracenia, are carnivorous plants known for their unique pitcher-shaped traps. These plants thrive in wet, boggy environments, using their pitchers to attract, trap, and digest insects for nutrients. They make intriguing additions to gardens or terrariums, requiring moist, acidic soil and plenty of sunlight. Trumpet pitchers are captivating and low-maintenance plants, adding a fascinating touch to any plant collection. What will take root in your garden this year? Don’t forget, you can glean expert advice at all of our events, with live expertise on stage and one-to-one recommendations from a wealth of exhibitors. With every hue right there at your fingertips, don’t miss out on a great gardening day out and book your tickets today! Book your tickets now Ticket types available See who's on in the Theatre

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