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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
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At last a decision has been made. Toby Buckland is the new main presenter of Gardeners' World, and what a brilliant choice. Friendly, knowledgeable, enthusiastic and down-to-earth, Toby shares a great deal with the main presenters he follows.When I
The time has arrived. The NEC, Birmingham is about to be transformed, for the 18th time, into my favourite show of the year: BBC Gardeners' World Live. I admit that I'm a little biased, as part of my job is to help bring Gardeners' World to life
Gardeners' World Live is not, and has no desire to be, like the Chelsea Flower Show. There are no enormously expensive show gardens, no conspicuous champagne consumption and very few people wearing flowery hats.Instead it is a much more down
We had a good time, but in the same breath I have to say it's great being back - Matt Biggs and I have just returned from hosting the Gardeners' World magazine Gardening Cruise with 128 fellow gardeners. These trips are always packed full of great
[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
[brightcove exp=1463233149&vref=1604897763]Even though it's been raining here at Gardeners' World Live, we've been on a bit of a bug hunt...
When the new series of Gardeners' World returns next spring we'll be welcoming back some familiar friends on a Friday evening. Monty Don returns as lead presenter, and this time he'll be presenting the programme from his own garden in Herefordshire