Get ready for the highly anticipated return of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the beloved gardening extravaganza, as it graces the screens of the BBC once again starting from Sunday, May 21st.
The show's focal points for this year are centered around the promotion of gardening for everyone, achieving outstanding results with minimal effort, adapting to the ever-changing climate while nurturing our gardens, and exploring the immense value of gardening for our overall health and well-being.
To catch all the exciting BBC coverage of this event, here's what you need to do from Sunday, May 21st.
This year's TV schedule will feature special daily programming straight from the showground, with live commentary and take-home advice from the team of experts as they share the latest designs and planting innovations in the horticultural world.
The programming includes:
Sunday 21 May, BBC One and iPlayer - A 60-minute launch programme presented by Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift from 6pm
Monday 22 - Friday 26 May, BBC One and iPlayer - 45 minutes a day presented by Nicki Chapman and Angellica Bell from 3.45pm
Monday 22 – Friday 26 May, BBC Two and iPlayer - 60 minutes a day presented by Monty Don and Joe Swift. Starting at 7.30pm on Monday, and 8pm thereafter
Wednesday 24 May and Friday 26 May, BBC One and iPlayer – Two 30-minute programmes featuring the BBC RHS People's Choice Award. Starting at 7pm on Wednesday and 7.30pm on Friday
Saturday 27 May, BBC Two and iPlayer - A 60-minute highlights show presented by Monty Don and Joe Swift from 8.10pm
Monday 29 May, BBC One and iPlayer - Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift look back on the highlights of the week in a 60-minute programme from 8pm
Sophie Raworth, Monty Don and Joe Swift will be on air for eight days of broadcasts on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, where they will review and analyse this year's garden designs and highlight the innovation on display.
Nicki Chapman and Angellica Bell will front the daytime coverage, which will be packed with practical take-home tips and advice on how to make the most of your garden, whether you're a beginner or a seasoned gardener. Our presenters will also be offering money-saving gardening ideas and seasonal solutions to ease the pressure on your wallet.
Mary Berry, JJ Chalmers and Chris Bavin are back this year. We'll also be hearing from our favourite gardening experts, including Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson, Nick Bailey, Carol Klein, Rachel de Thame, Toby Buckland, James Wong, Mark Lane and more. As an exciting addition to the 2023 line-up, Gardeners' World presenter Sue Kent is joining the team.