All that hard work in the veg patch is now paying off. Top chefs see the importance of home-grown ingredients and at the Show this year you may have seen superstars including Mary Berry, James Martin and Michel Roux Jr sharing inspiring recipes live on stage.
I’ve selected some of my favourites, paired them with growing tips from our wealth of gardening experts and hope to keep you inspired to grow and cook your own, all year round.
James Martin's Pea & watercress soup with croutons
July is a pea-lovers dream as plants literally drip with pods, and replenish almost as fast as you can pick them. James is a regular at the BBC Good Food Shows, and was a sell out at the Show back in June 2017 where he cooked this recipe live on stage.
As well as succulent peas, this recipe also uses shallots, garlic and parsley from your veg patch.
The most eagerly anticipated four days in the Gardeners’ World calendar are over – but a legacy of inspiration lives on! Stay tuned on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as we keep the ideas flowing.
Read on for a recap of the Best In Show winners, some of our favourite moments, the chance to watch it on iPlayer and much more.
And save the date - next year's Show takes place 14 – 17 June 2018.
BBC Gardeners' World Live might be over for another year, but there's plenty more inspiration to be had in the region!
Here's a pick of what we've found for you...from orchestral manoeuvres in a car park to a family day out at Barnsdale Gardens....
Today is judgement day - in just hours, the Show Garden Assessors start their tour of the Show Gardens.
With the finish line in site, we catch up one more time with Claudia de Yong, designer of the Wyevale Garden Centres 'Romance in the Ruins' Garden at BBC Gardeners' World Live.
Sophie Godwin's Charred courgette, runner beans & ricotta
The 2017 Souvenir Showguide has just arrived (get a sneak preview here) making it all the more real that doors open in a matter of hours! Flicking through the pages there's this fantastic recipe that's just too good not to share with you.
This recipe will use courgettes, runner beans and edible flowers from your veg patch.
We can all be 'Living in Sync' with wildlife in our gardens.
We've been chatting with the team who are bringing the Artemis Landscapes 'Living In Sync' Garden to life at BBC Gardeners' World Live to discover more...
What flower show would be complete without fabulous floristry?
Here at BBC Gardeners’ World Live we're proud to be working with the team at the British Floristry Association to give visitors a generous dose of floral magic from top professional florists!
From the Twig boys to troublesome gales, with one week of Show Garden build under her belt, Claudia de Yong isn't far from the final leg of her Garden Journey, bringing the Wyevale Garden Centres Show Garden 'Romance in the Ruins' to life.
At a show which brings together the very best in both gardening and food, it’s thyme to make way for the herbs!
At BBC Gardeners’ World Live, this year we have more range than ever from exhibitors in our Floral Marquee and Plant Village.
Joining our more culinary visitors are the Donkey Sanctuary, with the results of their herb-based trial...