The Kent County Show has boosted its offering in the Garden Life Marquee for its 90th Show from 5, 6, 7 July 2019.
New in the area will be talks from some of the top names in gardening and horticulture. Jim Buttress will be appearing on the demonstration stage to chat about his 65 years in the industry – during which he’s won eight gold medals at RHS Chelsea, worked on the Royal Parks in London, including Buckingham Palace, and judged for BBC Two’s Big Allotment Challenge.
Nick Woods, botanical horticulturalist for Kew Gardens, will be speaking on environmental management and horticulture. Charlotte Molesworth, owner and creator of the Balmoral Cottage Garden in Cranbrook and famous for her organically maintained extensive topiary, will join Jim and Nick with a talk on topiaries. Jim will be talking on the Friday, Nick on Saturday, and Charlotte on Friday and Sunday, with more to be announced.
Find out more at https://kentshowground.co.uk/compete/garden-life/