We asked Mark Lane, presenter on BBC Two's Gardeners’ World for his highlights at the Show.
From reflective pools to upcycled rills, Digitalis ‘Firebird’ to tropical planting styles using everyday plants, find out the details, plants and features that caught Mark’s expert eye.
British Flowers Week is back on 10-16 June and Flowers from the Farm will be celebrating at BBC Gardeners’ World Live in Shakespearean style!
These creative British flower farmers have taken design inspiration from A Midsummer Night’s Dream for their theme. #BritishFlowersWeek
If you're looking for a gift to give for Father's Day, look no further! We've decided to give you a helping hand to find some fantastic gifts, all from exhibitors who you'll find at the Show this year.
What's more, the final day of BBC Gardeners' World Live falls on Father's Day, making Sunday tickets a great gift idea, packed with inspiration and magic moments around every corner.
In early 2019, here at BBC Gardeners' World Live we launched the first Teapot Plantpot competition. The competition, for Early Years settings, runs alongside the immensely popular Schools Wheelbarrow competition which for Junior and Secondary schools.
The competition has now closed and we're thrilled to announce the winners.
Gardening is double the fun when you bring homegrown cut blooms indoors to enjoy as part of stunning displays within your home. Visitors to BBC Gardeners' World Live this year will get inspiration for just this from the British Florist Association (BFA) in live demos on the Pyramid Stage.
Add to that the excitement of the live finals of UK Florist of the Year and you're sure to be delving into the art of home floristry in no time.
03-Jun-2019Audrey Hepburn has left a lasting legacy which is evident at this year’s BBC Gardeners' World Live - her iconic quote "To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow" has influenced Award-winning garden designer Martyn Wilson to create a vibrant and thought-provoking Show Garden to highlight leaving a legacy gift to Macmillan Cancer Support.
The mysterious world of the plant breeder will be plunged into the limelight at this year's show!
The breeders of up to 80 new plant varieties join forces, with gardening writer and broadcaster Peter Seabrook at the helm, to create a spectacular Plant Pyramid display in the Floral Marquee.
Romantics will be sure to take a shine to the latest rose, launched by Style Roses at BBC Gardeners' World Live this year, Rose ‘Crazy in Love’.
This celebration of love is a stunning white shrub rose with large, repeat-flowering double rosette flowers in blends of cream and white with a pink blush on new flowers.
Sunday 12 May marks Garden Day, a day to down your tools, pick up your parasols, and take some time to enjoy your garden. Here are some ideas from the team at Home Solutions at John Lewis - your one-stop site for tradespeople to help you with your home and garden.
The orchid is a stalwart indoor plant adorning windowsills and shelves across the globe. With the right care, they can give a prolific, delightful, long-lasting flower display.
The experts at Westland, sponsors of the Pyramid Stage at BBC Gardeners’ World Live, share their tips on caring for your orchid.
How and when to water your houseplants is critical to keeping them in tip-top condition.
You’ll be able to get expert advice on the topic from Matt Biggs on the Pyramid Stage, in conjunction with stage sponsors Westland. But if you can’t wait until June, the Westland experts have shared the essentials of water care
From Air plants to Zantedeschia, there’s a houseplant out there for you! But how to choose? Think about your space…is it hot, cool, bright, dark, or damp. Do you want structure, trailing tendrils, colour or flamboyance?
With a visit to BBC Gardeners’ World Live, you’ll be able to speak with some of the most knowledgeable people in the country. Talk to the growers themselves, or speak with The Plant Experts at their Advice Desk in the Floral Marquee, to discover and buy the plants that are perfect for you and your home.