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RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Tom Stuart-Smith
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats to garden designer Tom Stuart-Smith to find out why he agreed to create a Chelsea garden for the Garfield Weston Foundation and how he’s feeling about designing a garden inside the Great Pavilion.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Paul Hervey-Brookes
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats with garden designer Paul Hervey-Brookes to find out more about his Nordic-style, artisan garden for Viking Cruises and Paul explains why RHS Chelsea Flower Show is unlike any other garden show in the world.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Chris Beardshaw
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats with garden designer Chris Beardshaw to find out more about the story behind his NSPCC garden for Morgan Stanley and what excites him most about Chelsea this year.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Matt Keightley
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats with garden designer Matt Keightley who is stepping away from the show gardens on Main Avenue to create this year’s RHS Feel Good Garden.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Kate Gould
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats with garden designer Kate Gould to find out more about her New West End Garden in the new Space to Grow category at RHS Chelsea and how she intends to create a pocket of calm in the heart of London.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Sarah Price
Staff writer Alys Hurn chats with garden designer Sarah Price to find out a little bit more about her Mediterranean-inspired garden for show sponsors M&G and why this particular design is her ultimate garden fantasy.
A wonderful spring in winter
I love to garden but, I wasn't sure if the hobbie would translate well to podcasting. I was pleasantly surprised. Listening to the Gardens Illustrated Q&A lectures put me in a warm, spring mood throughout the freezing winter day. The enthusiasm of the speakers is contagious. I wait for more podcasts from Gardens Illustrated Magazine.
Needs the photos
I love the idea and audio only is better than nothing, but this podcast is nothing more than the audio from a series of lectures that were presented with photos, which are referred to frequently. It's rather frustrating.