Creating a sustainable garden is now top of the priority list. From increasing biodiversity to using the right tools, as well as growing your own vegetables and herbs, there are plenty of ways to make your garden habits more environmentally-friendly.
To help you get started, join our sister brand Good Housekeeping's for their Good Gardening talk, and have all your horticultural questions answered by an expert panel. It's part of their GH LIVE event – a three-day festival in London.
Top garden designer and RHS Chelsea gold-medal winner, Juliet Sargeant
Award-winning landscape architect and regular BBC Radio 4 Gardeners' Question Time panellist, Bunny Guinness
RHS Director of Science and Collections Professor ,Alistair Griffiths
Author and gardening journalist, Pattie Barron
Guests will leave armed with green gardening tips they can apply to their own outdoor space, whether they have a rambling garden or a compact balcony.
These will include how to make your garden more sustainable and attract wildlife, as well as how to start growing your own blooms and herbs.
Participants will also learn about the importance of gardens on our mental and physical health.
Taking place on Friday 24th June, tickets cost £60 and include two drink tokens, access to the GH Live House with its coffee and Champagne bar, as well as a special 100th anniversary goody bag to take home.
Good Housekeeping Live is a three-day festival of events (23-25 June 2022) to celebrate their 100th anniversary.
We're delighted to offer you the opportunity to join the Good Housekeeping team for a packed programme featuring some of our favourite stars, experts and authors, and encompassing live talks, masterclasses, cookery demonstrations and afternoon teas.
Other guests include Marian Keyes, Fern Britton, and Anita Rani. We will also be holding talks and sharing tips on "How to create a sustainable kitchen" as well as tips on "How to get published", among many others.
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