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Our theatres feature a range of expert advice, with an exciting and varied schedule throughout the week. Learn something new or simply sit back and be entertained with over 150 talks and workshops in our theatres:
David Hedges-Gower will host Mow Town – the area of the show dedicated to caring for your lawn.
With more than 37 years of lawn and turf experience, David takes the topic of lawn care to a new level. His book, ‘Modern Lawn Care’, is comprehensive and easy-to-use and was shortlisted for the Garden Media Guilds ‘Practical Book of the Year’ Award.
He’s also a regular on BBC Radio and a favourite on the national horticultural lecture circuit.
Mr Plant Geek (aka Michael Perry) will lead the talks in the The Bug Hub Theatre.
Alongside his hosting duties, Mr Plant Geek will be doing a talk each day and will introduce a special bugs edition of his much acclaimed Weird & Wacky Plant Show.
This exciting showcase explores the relationship between living creatures and plants; looking at bugs that plants depend on, plants that bugs depend on, and plants that simply want to eat bugs!
Floral designer Dennis van Wonderen joins us as host of The Flower School.
Dennis' skill and flair for floral design has gained him the title of Transport for London’s florist, as well as a Gold medal for his floral design at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
Dennis is heading to Tatton Park’s Flower School and will be on hand to offer his expert advice.
supported by Campaign for a Smarter Britain
Award-winning food and garden writer Mark Diacono will host Dig In Live.
Mark is a winner of Food Book of the Year twice, Garden Book of the Year twice and regularly features in the Telegraph, Country Life, The Guardian and The English Garden.
Alongside his hosting duties, Mark will be giving a talk about growing delicious, unusual plants and the recipes you can cook with them.
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