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Supported by My Pension Expert
This jam-packed timetable featured gardening glitterati and celebrity favourites. Visitors were inspired by lively talks, fun and informative demonstrations and, of course, the much-loved Gardeners’ Question Time.
Host James Alexander-Sinclair welcomed guests Monty Don OBE, Arit Anderson, Frances Tophill and more.
Supported by Flowers From The Farm
Visitors enjoyed a programme of demonstrations and talks from Jonathan Moseley, Fiona Haser Bizony, Arthur Parkinson and others, championing seasonal British floristry and the British cut flower industry.
The theatre featured a sustainable oversized floral crown created by Fiona of Electric Daisy Flower Farm and was surrounded by several smaller crowns created by local florists.
With a new name and location for the food and drink area, the Nourish area featured a traditional-style farmers’ market alongside artisan, independent and local producers as well as world foods.
Mark Diacono hosted the Nourish Theatre, where a full line-up of celebrity chefs including Raymond Blanc OBE, Sabrina Ghayour and Jeremy Pang cooked foods from around the globe.
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.