The renowned Gardeners’ Question Time has been a bastion of knowledge for greenhouse enthusiasts for almost 60 years.
This week will see it take over the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Lindley Hall as it records a show due to air later this month.
The facility in London’s Westminster area will welcome specialists such as landscape architect and renowned radio expert Bunny Guinness, award-winning grower Chris Beardshaw, TV’s Christine Walkden and broadcaster Eric Robson, who will take questions from the audience on all things related to gardening.
While tickets are now sold out for the event, botany fans can still hear their advice by tuning in to BBC Radio 4 on December 10th and 12th.
Those looking for horticulture advice in the wake of the big freeze might be interested in the RHS’ latest tips on dealing with the snow.
It urged gardeners to shake snow from the branches of conifers and evergreens to stop them becoming warped or broken with the weight.