Gardens that focus on combating climate change will take centre stage at next year’s Chelsea Flower Show, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has said.
Chelsea Flower Show
The Duchess of Cambridge is launching a Blue Peter competition, asking children to design a sculpture for her Back To Nature garden.
Ainsley Harriott has urged people to forget about Brexit and spend more time in the garden
Chris Evans has said he likes to be “at one with nature” and calms down outdoors.
Nicki Chapman has revealed she underwent surgery for a brain tumour “the size of a golf ball” and told doctors not to resuscitate her if anything went wrong during the operation.
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins has said she turns to gardening after a stressful morning with co-star Piers Morgan.
This Morning star Holly Willoughby joked that she needs flowers that are “Holly-proof” as she unveiled a rose named after the daytime show.
Jennifer Saunders will be fulfilling a “life’s ambition” by talking “bedding” on the small screen.
Two Aberdeenshire pensioners have struck gold again at this years' Chelsea Flower Show creating a hat-trick of medals for the pair.
She may have made her mark anchoring the BBC News, but Sophie Raworth has proved she’s no one-trick pony. From presenting and co-presenting TV shows to making film cameos and storming marathons, the 47-year-old is a tour de force – and she wouldn’t have it any other way.
An Aberdeenshire castle's stunning gardens will take centre stage as part of a famous British flower show.
The buzz has, until recently, been about the arrival of new royal baby Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, but when Chelsea kicked off, all eyes were on Prince Harry, whose charity Sentebale returned to Chelsea with a garden.
With just one day to go until the Chelsea Flower Show opens to the public, famous faces have gathered to explore the colourful grounds.
A photography competition has been launched in Aberdeenshire to coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show.
A campaign to rebuild the only hospice in the north is heading for London - thanks to a Dingwall firm.