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Live from RHS Chatsworth Flower Show (Ep 156: 6 June 2019)

In this edition we're at the newest RHS Flower Show on the block in the stunning estate of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire. We explore the power of trees, get dazzled by dahlias and inspired by the innovative gardens and plants galore. Plus a live recording of a question and answer session where an expert panel helps showgoers with their thorny gardening questions.

Useful links Find out more about the show  ►Buy tickets

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019 (Ep 155: 23 May 2019)

This week we're at the world's premier floral extravaganza in the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea. We meet garden designers, celebrities and plantspeople to discover the stories behind the gardens and plants that make the show so special.

Useful linksRHS Chelsea  ►The Roots in Finland Kyrö Garden    ►IKEA and Tom Dixon: Gardening Will Save The World  ►Chelsea Plant of the Year  ►Find an RHS event near you  ►Visit the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show

Box tree caterpillarSecrets of houseplant success,  acers, cauliflowers, going wild for ponds and A Nation in Bloom (Ep 154: 9 May 2019)

Our gardening advisors gather to help RHS members with their horticultural queries, including propagating peperomias and repotting aloe veras, growing cauliflowers successfully and when to plant an acer. Plus Wisley horticulturist Bernard Boardman offers seasonal tips on garden ponds and broadcaster Matthew Biggs shares insights from his new book,  A Nation in Bloom.

Useful linksSearch RHS gardening advice pages  ►Potentially harmful plants  ►Get personalised gardening advice  ►Visit the RHS Chatsworth Flower ShowWild About Gardens  ►Find a plantFind an RHS event near you

RHS Gardening Podcast on Tour: Cardiff flower show (Ep 153: 25 Apr 2019)

This week we head across the Severn Bridge to the RHS Flower Show Cardiff.  Guest presenter James Alexander-Sinclair chairs a panel of gardening experts – Rob Evans from Pheasant Acre Plants, Jane Linsday from Tynings Climbers and Chairman of RHS South West in Bloom Jon Wheatley – who answer a bumper crop of show-goers' queries. Topics covered include which plants to grow with children in a community garden, which plants give you most return for your effort, how to get a bougainvillea to flower, dealing with overgrown trees in pots,  and more. We also hear from some of the plant exhibitors and garden designers.

Selected plants mentioned  ►DahliasVerbena bonariensis  ►Bougainvillea  ►Edgeworthia chrysantha  (paperbush) ►Trachelospermum (star jasmine)

Useful links  ►RHS Master Grower: Scamp's Daffodils   ►RHS Flower Show CardiffRHS Find a plant  ►All RHS events

Live from RHS Flower Show Cardiff

In this mini-edition of the RHS Gardening Podcast, James Alexander-Sinclair chairs a panel of experts who answer show-goers' plant puzzles on the first day of the show. A full version of the Question and Answer session will be broadcast on 25 April.

Useful links Find out more about RHS Flower Show Cardiff  ►Buy tickets

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