Inspire your gardening at BBC Gardeners’ World Live
This year, BBC Gardeners’ World Live, will be hosting a range of exciting new features to inspire your gardening. The show, which runs at the NEC, Birmingham, from 16th to 19th June, 2016, also includes the BBC Good Food Show Summer in every ticket.
Come along and see some of the most impressive Show Gardens yet taking centre stage. One of the stars of the Show will be Paul Stone’s Canal Boat Garden, representing the legendary Midlands’ waterways. With its nomadic planting style covering the roof of the narrow boat, set in the backdrop of a canal, meadow planting and lock-keepers cottage garden, this garden is set to be one for the cameras.
Birmingham School of Architecture and Design’s faculty for landscaping will be producing a garden which will then be re-located to Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter after the Show. ‘A Place to Dwell’ will comprise a contemporary design with innovative features, including a multi-purpose garden building providing shelter during winter and taking on the form of a pavilion during summer.
The BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre, sponsored by Wyevale Garden Centres, will have a prestigious line-up including Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Carol Klein and Joe Swift, all sharing their best advice with audiences first-hand.
The Floral Marquee, sponsored by GreenThumb, will feature the new Rose Festival. Specialist growers will be coming together with beautiful displays and the chance to buy all the extras you need for successful growing.
The BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Small Garden Solutions will bring to life a wealth of design ideas and container recipes that will transform your plot into your own piece of heaven. This new addition to the Show will also include a Container Gallery featuring 10 great planting ideas; a Front and Back Garden featuring a wealth of space savvy features and the Potting Shed Theatre where your favourite garden experts and the magazine team will share their techniques, styles and down-to-earth advice.
BBC Gardeners’ World Live really is a great day out for all the family with the promise of plenty of ideas, inspiration and great plants.
For more information, tickets etc., log onto: www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com
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