Kim Stoddart is an award-winning environmental journalist, speaker and leading authority on climate change resilient home food growing and gardening. She has been writing about the topic for more than a decade for publications such as The Guardian and Gardeners’ World magazine. She has also been running courses and talking on the topic since 2013 from her climate change training gardens and for everyone from the RHS, Garden Organic and National Botanic Garden of Wales to Kate Humble’s farm, BBC Radio 4 and the Northwest Flower and Garden show in Seattle.

Kim has a background as an entrepreneur and brings this upbeat, solution-focused approach to her work. She is the author of books on the topic of climate change gardening, including the just-launched The Climate Change Resilient Vegetable Garden. Kim is also the editor of Amateur Gardening magazine and on a mission to help gardeners everywhere help build resilience against our changing climate. greenrocketcourses.com.

New year, new garden, new trends!

We’re through the garden gate into 2023, with a host of gardening trends blooming throughout the country. From house plants reaching dizzying heights of popularity, to the colour of the year ‘Viva Magenta’, read on for our full list of trends.

To get up close and personal with fresh garden inspiration, new plants, the latest gardening kit and more, join us in 2023.

Colour of the Year 2023

Hand-picked by Pantone, the colour of the year has been named as ‘Viva Magenta. 

Pantone describe the colour as ‘brave and fearless, and a pulsating colour whose exuberance promotes a joyous and optimistic celebration, writing a new narrative.’

Discover a world of colour and scent in the stunning Floral Marquee,  bursting with award-winning nurseries and display.

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Sustainable gardening

Whilst your garden might seem to already be very green, it can always be greener!

Discover ways you can make gardening more sustainable, like upcycling common items to make stylish features. What was a pallet, hessian bags, bits of pipe, and tin cans, could become a planter, grow bags, water features, and wildlife habitats.

Be inspired by the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine editorial team as they’re joined by experts to give tips and advice.

Grow your own food

Looking to go from soil to supper this year? Get brilliant advice from the National Allotment Society at the event.

Peat-free gardening

Learn about the latest peat-free compost from exhibitors who can offer face-to-face advice.

Indoor gardening

Foliage doesn’t just belong outside – bring nature indoors and be inspired by the Houseplant Hub.

Mindful gardening

Beautiful Borders returns with this year’s theme ‘My Garden Escape’ to give you space savvy ideas.

Gardening on a budget

Discover different ways you can let your garden bloom under a tighter budget, with advice from expert gardeners.

Fermented foods

Visit the BBC Good Food Summer Show (with free entry with your ticket!) and discover the latest foodie trends.

Feeling inspired? Find out what else is happening at BBC Gardeners’ World Live this June!

Last chance for 20% off tickets! Ends midnight tonight!

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