What a way to start my school holidays with a visit to my third RHS Flower Show of the year, RHS Tatton Park Flower Show.
It’s my third year in a row at RHS Tatton Park and it never disappoints, it always has something new to attract us young gardeners.
On Monday after school, I visited Maria’s allotment; she has been working on the plot for over a year, since her Dad passed away and she describes it as a ‘place of reflection for the whole family’.
Here’s her story, written by me, my Mum and of course, Maria Continue reading
I made a quick dash after finishing school on Friday to do my thing as Young Ambassador for the RHS Campaign for School Gardening, with a seed planting workshop at St Christopher’s R.C. Primary School’s Fun Day
and it was #OfficiallyAmazing
After having a few stressful weeks at school doing exams, it was great to return to RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands, with my Dad to check out the wildlife
It’s my third visit this year and it was great to see the changing landscape and wildlife that visits in Summer.
I’ve had a busy few weeks at Flower Shows, Festivals and Camping Trips and now its back to normality with a bit of gardening at home.
Yesterday, I repotted a marsh marigold and placed it in its new home, the pond; here’s all the other jobs I’ve been up to this weekend.
So here’s my final blog on the first ever RHS Chatsworth Flower Show;
I’d been looking forward to the show for months and it didn’t disappoint; it was absolutely #AWESOME
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For me and my family the King of Gardening TV programmes is Gardeners’ World and I was absolutely well chuffed to be asked to appear with the super cool gardening presenter and fellow RHS Ambassador, Adam Frost at RHS Chatsworth Flower Show
Adam Frost is a top bloke, whilst he knows loads about horticulture, he’s also well funny and I had a really great time filming with him.
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