A day out at BBC Gardeners' World Live is wall-to-wall with garden inspiration. With so much on offer, we know you won't want to waste a minute.
So here are our top tips for making the most of your day out.
On Friday 9 March 2018, Monty Don launched the all-new Every Space Counts competition on BBC Two's Gardeners' World. Since then, the team have been on the look out for the most exciting and creative small gardens, no more than 6x6m.
The five finalists have now been announced, read on for a recap of the inspirational small spaces showing how Every Space Counts....
Michael Perry (Mr Plant Geek) will be bringing the exclusive Houseplant Edition of his Weird and Wacky Plant Project to BBC Gardeners' World Live, so we've asked for a little insight into some of the expert tips that he'll be sharing at the show in June.
The Tesco Every Little Helps Garden is an inspirational space for visitors to explore at BBC Gardeners' World Live.
The Tesco team will demonstrate tantalising recipes for Juices and Nasturtium Chimichurri using ingredients grown in the garden. Get the recipes here!
Wyevale Garden Centres are creating a Solutions Garden at BBC Gardeners' World Live 2018 that sets out to solve such difficulties in a thoroughly practical, easy to understand and elegant way.
As the garden starts it's journey to become a reality, we catch up with the award-winning designer Professor David Stevens for a behind-the-scenes glimpse on how it's going.
Gardens are places for entertainment and enjoyment, so it’s fitting to have a line-up of foot-tapping music from Warner Leisure Hotels to enjoy as you stroll through the Show Gardens.
Read on for bandstand highlights and the inside scoop on what our gardening experts listen to when pottering in the garden.
As we head into the final few weeks before BBC Gardeners’ World Live opens its doors, I have to admit that the recent turn in the weather is extremely welcome!
If you haven't already and would like a seat in our main theatre sponsored by Wyevale Garden Centres book today as seats are selling fast! Plus, new for this year, discover the perfect wine partners for al fresco dining in wine tasting sessions with the BBC Good Food Wine Club.
Award-winning allotment blogger Annabelle, of Life @ No.27, will take to the stage at BBC Gardeners' World Live 2018 for the first time, on the all new Gardeners Unplugged stage and the Let's Talk Allotments area.
Here Annabelle shares her experience, along with some expert tips, which would be especially helpful for those of us who are just embarking on a a journey with a new allotment.
If you dream of the perfect lawn, but find it's turning into a nightmare thanks to pesky pests and disastrous diseases...we have help for you!
GreenThumb, sponsors of our all-new Problem Solved! stage at BBC Gardeners' World Live 2018, have experts on hand who can help you know exactly what to do to banish the problems for good.
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