Neil Ross - The X Factor via ZOOM
Ten tips to take an average garden and make it memorable - this is a fun sort of talk about some design basics such as repeating plants –using the Japanese principle of Wabi Sabi in the garden - creating a theme and thinking about putting together plants in creative ways
Sally Morgan - Climate Change Gardening
We are already seeing changes to our climate – the earliest spring, the mildest winter, the wettest year, while new pests and diseases are reported each year. Sally, who is a botanist by training, avid gardener and co-author of The Climate Change Garden will give down to earth advice on how we can work towards a climate change resilient garden.
Phillip Aubury - Garden Ponds and Water Features
A welcome return for this former director of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Whether for environmental reasons or simply decoration, ponds and water features are increasingly popular and so we need a bit of know-how and Philip will be here to provide it.
Steven Desmond - Within These Walls - The Country House Kitchen Garden
We have all visited properties grand enough to have a kitchen garden and maybe looked with envy on the quantity and variety of produce grown there. Steven is a landscape consultant who writes for Country Life and so is well placed to enlighten us on what goes on within those walls.
Nick Macer - Things that Turn Me On - Confessions of a Plant Freak
Globe-trotting plant hunter and owner of the celebrated rare plants nursery Pan Global Plants in Gloucestershire, Nick will be telling us what ‘turns him on’ about the plant world. Uninspiring stock at garden centres, dull planting schemes and dumbing down of gardening programmes are all targets for his criticism, so be warned!