Wyevale Garden Centres back BBC Gardeners World Live

BBC Gardeners World Live (11-14 June Birmingham NEC) is to feature a theatre sponsored by Wyevale Garden Centres.

This stage has a line-up of Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Toby Buckland, hosted by James Alexander-Sinclair. 

Nicky Roeber, of theatre sponsor Wyevale Garden Centres, talks visitors thorough key looks and colour in the garden.

The show's new Lifestyle Garden category illustrates how gardens can be designed to suit different life stages, from first home to new family and ultimately a retirement haven. This year’s show garden designers include Paul Harris, finalist in BBC2s recent ‘Great Chelsea Garden Challenge’, with his ‘First Home’ Lifestyle Garden.

Designer Adam Frost and landscaper Jody Lidgard will collaborate to create a garden of pockets filled with plant combinations suited to different situations - from full sun to moisture loving and dry shade to aquatic.

There will be 100 nurseries and a Gardeners’ World Magazine Pots Zone as well as Love the Plot You Got "Live", with the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL), Skinny Jean Gardeners with Veg Trug the Potting Bench with D’Arcy & Everest and Barnsdale Gardens and a  Window Box Competition, in association with Elho Products and Veolia Pro-Grow.

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