A touch of Frost at gardening show
AWARD-WINNING Stamford garden designer Adam Frost is making his mark on one of the UK’s largest crowd-pulling interactive horticultural shows – with his latest creation playing a central role.
The Chelsea Flower Show triple gold medallist has designed one of the main attractions at this year’s BBC Gardeners’ World Live show.
Building on his philosophy of “gardening for all”, Adam has created the Grow Your Own Garden, an interactive plot where visitors can learn from the experts and pick up handy hints and tips on how to produce delicious home-grown fruit and vegetables.
The design of the Grow Your Own Garden area will enable the audience to sit in the garden, whilst watching presentations and talks.
Features within the garden include a glasshouse, shed and raised beds containing a wide range of vegetables.
Hosted by Gardeners’ Question Time regular Matt Biggs, gardening gurus including Alan Titchmarsh, Monty Don and BBC Gardeners’ World presenters Alys Fowler, Joe Swift and Carol Klein will be among those using the garden.
Adam, who is a regular commentator and board member of the Horticultural Traders Association, said: “I am delighted to be involved once again with Gardeners’ World Live, and in particular to re-inforce what I strongly believe in – that gardening is accessible to anyone, you don’t have to be an expert.”
Thousands of visitors are expected to visit the Grown Your Own arena during the show, which runs from June 16 to 20 at the NEC in Birmingham.
GrOW YOur OWN: Garden designer Adam Frost whose interactive plot will be one of the main attractions at this year’s BBC Gardeners’ World Live.