BBC Gardeners' Question Time at Bodnant Garden

The BBC Gardeners' Question Time panel

We're welcoming the nation's favourite gardening show at Bodnant Garden on Tuesday, February 13, when visitors can get top tips on late winter and early spring gardens from the panel of well-known horticulturalists.

First aired in 1947, the popular Radio 4 show is a regular part the week for keen gardeners up and down the land, reaching more than 2 million listeners who down tools to tune in on Fridays and Sundays. 

This programme, presented by Eric Robson with experts Bob Flowerdew, Mathew Briggs and Pippa Greenwood, will be recorded at the Pavilion tearoom, Bodnant Garden, starting at 6.10pm until 7.30/8pm. The public are invited to come along from 5.30pm when our catering team will be providing refreshments before the recording and there will be chance to submit questions to the panel.

Bodnant’s Head Gardener John Rippin says: “I’ve been listening in since I was a boy so it’s really exciting to be hosting this show – and a great start to spring here at Bodnant Garden.

“As gardeners we’re used to being asked lots of weird and wonderful questions by visitors here at Bodnant and I’m looking forward to putting a question of my own to the panel!”

Tickets for this #BBCGQT event are free but must be reserved in advance, on a first-come-first-served basis – phone Bodnant Garden office 01492 650460 to book a seat.