There will be so much to see and do at the next BBC Gardeners’ World Live in 2016, whether you are a passionate gardener, keen to learn from experts, or just want to enjoy a colourful day out with all the family. Children and adults alike can learn how to grow fruit and vegetables, learn the importance of bees, and how to attract a variety of wild life to your garden.
Amongst the many features of the show, you may be inspired by the Show Gardens. With a variety of themes and dimensions, they offer ideas to create a horticultural haven in any size of outdoor space.
The RHS floral marquee contains a visually stunning plethora of plants and flowers, thanks to the exhibiting nurseries, with nursery experts on duty to answer all your questions. You can leave any purchases at the plant crèche, for a small charitable donation, and pick them up before you depart.
The BBC Gardeners’ World Theatre is the place to be to hear expert advice, tips and talks from famous gardeners.
This year the indoor Gardeners’ Inspiration Hall had several attractions including Chef’s Kitchen Garden containers with practical ideas on growing your own food, proving to be a great success.
For that welcome lunch break, there is a great choice, including a two or three course lunch in the BBC Good Food Kitchen or Picnic Hill is an outside area for family picnics. Gardeners’ World Live tickets also include free entry into the BBC Good Food Summer Show at the NEC.
The VIP plus package also includes a two course lunch and a glass of wine as well as entrance to the show, gold seats in a World Theatre session and much more. There is also a VIP package available that does not include lunch.
For more information and to book tickets visit http://www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com
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