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My annual pilgrimage to Gardeners' World Live has arrived, and what a week it will be. Although I'll be up at the NEC early to help put the finishing touches to our plans, the show officially opens its doors to gardeners at 9.00am on Wednesday 10th
and Joe Swift, and what a team they'll make when Gardeners' World returns to our screens on Friday 12 September 2008.
on Friday 18 June 2010 at 3pm, repeated on Sunday 20 June at 2.00, so do tune in.And, of course, Gardeners' World is being filmed at the show for broadcast on Friday evening on BBC Two.We're looking for this year's Star Plant at the show, but can't do
[brightcove exp=1463233149&vref=1606757142]I don't think I could live with a garden without clematis...when you come to a stand like this at Gardeners' World Live, you leave buzzing with ideas for the varieties you can grow.
Our five-day extravaganza at BBC Gardeners' World Live has sadly come to an end for another year.Much of my time was spent on our Gardeners' World Magazine Celebrity Theatre where my personal contribution involved presenting informative
Barnsdale, and Alan Titchmarsh from Barleywood.Monty has spent the past 20 years developing his home garden, and while TV cameras have only occasionally visited, he regularly writes about it in Gardeners' World Magazine. What a pleasure it will be taking a
Months of planning, designing, nurturing and planting culminate this week in a horticultural extravaganza that attracts gardeners from all over the country. Gardeners' World Live, the best gardening show in the country, is here again.So, why
writing for Gardeners' World Magazine, and when he's ready he'd love to work on smaller TV projects. In the meantime, we wish him the very best.Monty will still be attending Gardeners' World Live 2008 at the NEC on Saturday 14 June and Sunday 15 June
There's only one thing better than receiving emails, letters and phone calls from readers and that's meeting them in person. And with Gardeners' World Live starting tomorrow (Wednesday 15 June, 2011) and running until Sunday I'm looking forward
place after dandelions and horsetail), and bindweed came 2nd to dandelions in northern England. Full results of our survey of weeds and other garden problems can be found in the August 2009 issue of Gardeners' World Magazine.