If you've sown Sweetcorn seeds this year, you'll be starting to think about planting them out now. So what better moment to share Frances Tophill's top tips on growing perfect sweetcorn, plus a healthy summer recipe to make the most of your tasty crop, from Madeleine Shaw.
This recipe will also use your tasty home grown garlic, spring onions, chilli, tomatoes, basil, red onions and coriander.
With a seemingly endless choice of plants and materials on offer, it can be difficult to make the right decisions for your garden, especially in tricky spots.
With this in mind, Wyevale Garden Centres are creating a ‘solutions’ garden at BBC Gardeners’ World Live, to present practical, easy to understand and elegant answers, clearly explained.
Join us on a Garden Journey through the design, with exclusive tips from the designer David Stevens.
Rhubarb is a stunning plant for your garden with deep red stalks and bright green leaves. If you’re new to growing it, don’t be tempted to pick it in its first summer as it needs time to establish.
Read on for Michel Roux Jr's Soufflé a la rhubarbe recipe followed by more tips on growing your own delicious rhubarb from our friends at gardenersworld.com
Garvineas are very similar to the well-known Gerberas you will find at your florist. The difference is that Garvinea is a garden plant, which you can plant in borders or a container, producing an enormous amount of flowers from early spring until the first frost.
And this is why you'll see a 4.5m high homage to the plant in our Floral Marquee this year!
There are some very special days on the horizon, from the imminent Royal wedding to the birthday of gardening royalty Alan Titchmarsh!
Let us know what you're up to for Gardening Week, get growing tips or tomatoes get a fabulous recipe from Mary Berry, tips for growing early potatoes and more in our monthly inspiration blog....
We can also reveal brand new stages! Bringing the outside in, the Blooming Interiors stage is furnished with talks from the biggest names in houseplants including Jane Perrone and demos from the British Florist Association. Read on and click here to see the full line up.
As we head into April, it’s time to start thinking about starting off your tomato seeds indoors, so you’ll be ready to plant them out in May and June.
As the flower of choice of the upcoming Royal wedding is named, here are BBC Gardeners’ World Live we’ve now got Peony-mania, amongst other things!
Peonies are regarded as a symbol of good fortune and a happy marriage. How very fitting for a regal ceremony.
The gardening new year has officially begun, as Gardeners’ World is back on BBC Two.
With a spring in his step, Monty also announced the programme’s new Every Space Counts competition – and we’re thrilled to be at the centre of it as the winner will be announced as part of the filming at the Show in June!
Stray off the well-trodden path this Easter and instead of sweet treats, give loved ones chocolate inspired plants to nurture instead!
With plants such as Chocolate Vine, Rosa 'Hot Chocolate', Dahlia ‘Karma Choc’, Heuchera ‘Chocolate Veil’ and the ever-popular Chocolate Cosmos, there's a host of plants no chocolate lover should ever be without.
With the magical, yet brief, Asparagus season nearly upon us, what better time to pair top growing tips from gardening expert David Hurrion with Antonio Carluccio's Asparagus and Onion Omelette, as demonstrated on stage at the BBC Good Food Show Summer.
The recipe will also use your tasty home grown onions and parsley.