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Enjoy a taste of popular annual event
Thousands of gardening enthusiasts head to Birmingham NEC every June for the star-studded horticultural extravaganza BBC Gardeners' World Live. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that won't be happening this year - but all is not lost. The good news is that BBC Gardeners' World Live is going online so everyone can still enjoy something of the excitement and atmosphere of the event.
On what would have been the first two days of the show, June 18 and 19, BBC Gardeners' World Live can be found online, with a taste of the gardening inspiration that visitors would have found at the NEC. The celebrations will take place throughout the two days on Facebook and Twitter, and at www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com from June 18.
Monty Don giving an exclusive interview to BBC Gardeners' World Magazine editor Lucy Hall (pictured above), where he will share insights of his filming experiences over the past few weeks (5pm, June 18);
Adam Frost (pictured below at last year's BBC Gardeners' World Live) and David Hurrion sharing practical and easy to follow projects to help climate-proof the garden (5pm. June 19);