BBC Gardeners' World Live is back at the NEC in Birmingham for 2023 – and we've got a 20 per cent reader discount on tickets. See the codes below...
Celebrating the best of summer gardening, this year's show runs from 15th to 18th June, providing plenty of inspiration for your own plot.
This year will feature a variety of themed gardens, including a Coronation-themed Garden Fit for a King, Liz Earle Beauty Co.’s Botanical Garden and the Newson Health Menopause Garden.
You can expect to see top names in the gardening world sharing seasonal advice on a number of live stages, including Gardeners’ World presenters Monty Don, Carol Klein, Adam Frost and Frances Tophill.
In the Floral Marquee and Plant Village you'll find hundreds of exhibitors selling gardening kit, tools and accessories.
Tickets also include entry to the BBC Good Food Show Summer which runs alongside the event, featuring top chefs, expert advice and tasty shopping opportunities.
The good news? BBC Gardeners’ World Live is giving House Beautiful readers an exclusive discount of 20 per cent off Thursday, Friday or Sunday tickets with the quote: LIVING.
What's more, when you book Sunday tickets and quote: CAROL, you not only save 20 per cent off the ticket price, but you'll also get a FREE voucher for a seat in Carol Klein's 11.30am session in the BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre. Free seats to see Carol are exclusively available to friends of House Beautiful with this offer, but are strictly limited – so be quick!
Offers end 8th June, below T&C's apply.
T&Cs: Valid on Standard adult/over 65s entry tickets only, excluding Saturday. 20 per cent off with free Carol Klein seat offer valid on Sunday Standard adult/over 65s entry tickets only, subject to capacity. Free seats are for the 11.30am BBC Gardeners’ World Live Theatre session on Sunday 18 June only, non-allocated seating in rows P, Q, R, S and T. Neither offer valid on VIP, 2-day tickets, added extras or with any other offer. Offers end 23:59 on 8 June 2023. Transaction fee applies. Details correct at time of print.
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