BBC Gardeners’ World Shows 2022

Fans of BBC Gardeners’ World flower shows are in for a treat in 2022 as they have not one but three inspirational events lined up. For the first time this year, BBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair will join the Spring Fair in May and highly popular BBC Gardeners’ World Live in Birmingham in June.

So, if you want to kick off the season in style, it’s over to Beaulieu for the BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, from 29th April to 1st May. Beaulieu is known as the home of the National Motor Museum and Palace House, in Hampshire’s New Forest and will form the backdrop for a spring garden show full of inspiration, where visitors can buy plants, explore beautiful borders and small spaces garden features and get seasonal gardening tips.

Headline Fair partner Hillier will present the Hillier Experience with a large plant feature, advice from their experts and extensive shop where visitors can buy some of their latest plant introductions. Adam Frost will join the Fair on Friday 29th April, with Joe Swift on Saturday, sharing expert knowledge on the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Stage, alongside Gardeners’ Question Time’s Matt Biggs.

Above:Kate Mason’s ‘Garden Envy’ Beautiful Boder GWLive 2021

Flagship show, BBC Gardeners’ World Live, heads into its 30th year at the NEC Birmingham, from 16th to 19th June 2022. This year also marks the BBC’s centenary, making it a joint celebration. Inspiration for the Floral Marquee will include The Repair Shop and Antiques Roadshow to a Peaky Blinders feature created by Alex Froggatt. Francis Tophill will present her first ever show garden with a strong sustainability theme, along with the APL Avenue Show gardens. Gardeners’ World presenters including Monty Don, Adam Frost and Joe Swift will be joined by Alan Titchmarsh with four stages packed with tips and advice.

Above: Best Show Garden, ‘Woodland Fall’ BBC GWLive 2021

The BBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair will be held in the grounds of Audley End House and Garden, Essex from 2nd to 4th September. Featuring the very best of autumn gardens, there will be plant tours in the grounds of Audley End, Beautiful Borders and the APL Small Gardens feature.

So, all in all, a pretty packed season and certainly plenty of inspiration and variety. For more information visit and

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