Episode 225. Gardeners world live 2019 part 1.

Join me in this weeks podcast where I start a tour of the gardeners world live 2019 show. Along the way we talk to the designer of an award winning garden and we ask Lucy Chamberlain and Saul walker for there help with the blueberry problem from a listener. We also have the latest from the plots.

The diary

In this weeks diary we cover the following tasks

  • Planting out more leeks
  • Planting up my beds at home
  • Planting out beans

And much more. Check out the podcast to find out more

Gardeners world live part 1.

This weekend I attend gardeners world live. an annual show held every year based around gardening. I highly recommend attending next year and details can be found at the gardeners world live website as they get updated.

In this podcast I take you all on a tour of the show and chat to a few people as we go around. As there is so much to see and do in this show I have split this podcast into several episodes so check out next weeks podcast to find out more.

In part 1 we start outside and visit a garden designed around the jewellery makers district of Birmingham. We also chat to the designer Alexandra Froggatt about how she came up with the design of her garden.

We also ask plant experts Lucy Chamberlain and Saul walker about there thoughts on the problem our listener has with blueberry plants.

Lucy has been a gardener that I have followed for a number of years. She has written many interesting articles on veg gardening and if you would like to find out more about her then please check out this link.

Saul Walker is also a a very interesting chap with a very lively attitude and plenty of knowledge to share. If you would like to learn more about Saul then please check out this link.

To find out more listen to this weeks podcast. I'll also add a few photos below.

What have you been up to in the garden this week? Let me know in the comments or Email me here.

3 thoughts on “Episode 225. Gardeners world live 2019 part 1.

  • Interesting podcast .I am always working when these shows are on so will go when im retired. T he fig trees can be nasty if you get the sap on your skin ,as I had to prune a big one on a wall in the sun &burnt my arms ,so be careful not to do that .it was a Victorian gardeners joke to get the garden boy to prune the fig knowing it would burn .my scars have gone now .

  • This was SO delicious!! I followed your exact recipe and I don’t think it was too thick at all. It was nice and creamy and the flavors were great! My husband ate two bowlfuls and wanted more. We had plenty for leftovers. Thanks–this is a keeper!

  • Love this recipe! We use it quite often. I double the carrots and celery and add minced onion flakes to it and use Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice. After a couple hours check it to see if it needs a little bit more water added.

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