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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.
Timetables subject to change, check the theatre on the day of the show for up-to-date information.
Hosted by David Hedges-Gower, Mow Town is the area of the show dedicated to caring for your lawn. Pick up some tops tips on lawn care, mowers and more!
Get back-to-basic tips, find personal gardening advice and get up close demonstrations from experts in the gardening world.
supported by Campaign for a Smarter Britain
Award-winning food and garden writer Mark Diacono will host Dig In Live. Featuring talks from a variety of foodies and gardening experts, Dig In Live is the theatre to head to for garden and cookery inspiration.
An all-new Potting Bench that will host top tips from the passionate plant societies on their specialist plants. You can also expect exclusive talks from The Plantsman magazine.
The Floral Marquee Potting Bench is the place to head to for ultimate expert tips from some of the finest plants people in the country.
New for 2019, this theatre will be wriggling with life with talks on insects and bugs, wildlife gardening and more, hosted by Mr Plant Geek (aka Michael Perry).
Floral designer Dennis van Wonderen joins us as host of The Flower School. Here you'll find a hub of flowery inspiration, with demonstrations showcasing the best way to arrange and use beautiful blooms.
We're a UK charity established to share the best in gardening. We want to enrich everyone's life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.