Monty shows how to get the best out of tomatoes planted in grow bags. Ideas for indoor gardeners are something that is now being covered at fairs after being overlooked for many years. It also proved to be the judges' choice, winning the Best Show Garden award for Tom Wooldridge of TAW Garden Landscapes. In short, together they are one of the best and biggest events of the summer, brimming with garden inspiration, craft food and drink, the UK's most renowned gardeners and food experts, including Monty Don, Mary Berry, Alan Titchmarsh and James Martin, to name a few, plus magical moments around every corner leaving bewitched visitors.
Now add the finishing touches and see if your plan to refocus the garden using climbers and two terraces has worked. The Chatty Gardener participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associate Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. Finally, among the nursery displays on BBC Gardeners World Live, it was good to see a Barnsdale Gardens exhibition commemorating the 25th anniversary of Geoff Hamilton's death. Visitors can get up close and personal with household names in food and gardening while experts participate in interviews and live demonstrations, mingle with the crowd, sign books and have a great day out.
In this installment, Monty, 66, will explore Japan's rooftop gardens and take lessons in the art of bonsai. Likewise, fans can interact closely with their food and gardening heroes at book signing sessions throughout the weekend When two of the country's most beloved brands, BBC Gardeners' World and BBC Good Food, come together with a selection of their most famous faces, you know it's going to be an exceptional day, it's the experience gastronomic and gardening must-see. This peculiar garden by Hana Leonard showed how recycled materials could be used to create a garden with a cycling theme. Join me tonight at 7 pm on BBC 2 for the second (autumn) part of my Japanese journey through some of the most beautiful and extraordinary gardens on the planet.
Gardeners' World, like many shows, has suffered its own setbacks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, including delaying and modifying production and shooting to comply with social distancing measures. David's garden, created with the Association of Professional Landscapers, revealed the reality behind the construction of a garden with cross sections that show the landscaping work that underpins it. Chief among them seemed to be the idea of gardens as a refuge and place to relax, with chairs, sofas and other places to stay in almost every garden, and even in some of the entrances to Beautiful Borders.