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If you're going to Gardeners' World Live at the NEC this year, look out for the GardenSite stand!
And everyone who visits us will have the chance to win a fabulous Grange Flower Circle - you may have seen them featured last year on TV by Alan Titchmarsh.
We'll be sharing Stand G380 with two of our most prestigious suppliers - Grange, manufacturers of timber garden products including gazebos, gates and furniture, pergolas, planters and fencing; and Borderstone, well known for their decorative stone ornaments, water features and paving.
At the event there's a full line-up of personalities such as Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame. You've seen them on television, now's the chance to hear them live, sharing their wealth of knowledge in talks, Q&As and workshops.
You'll also be excited by 35 show gardens and one of the country's largest floral marquees with displays from nearly 100 nurseries. This is in addition to the 18 nurseries in the RHS Plant Village.
Gardeners' World Live is renowned for its incredible shopping, including plants never available to the public before.
At no other show can you find such great inspiration and then be able to buy and recreate the ideas when you get home. As well as the nurseries there are exhibitors offering products all types of gardening products from hand tools to greenhouses, seeds to composting bins.
GardenSite is looking forward to meeting past, present and future customers at Gardeners' World Live, it should be an unforgettable experience for us and the lucky winner of the Grange Flower Circle.
See our pictures from the show on Instagram.
Watch a video of the stand on the Gardensite YouTube Channel.
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