FLOWERS, the Queen, Mary Berry and 6,000 sandwiches – the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show is about to begin.
When does the gardening festival start and when can you watch it on TV?
Getty Images The Chelsea Flower Show is a popular festival which is going to be broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two
When is the Chelsea Flower Show on TV?
The Chelsea Flower Show opened to the public on Tuesday, May 21 and will stay open until Saturday, May 25.
The action will broadcast everyday on BBC One and BBC Two while the show was on.
Saturday, May 25 will bring us the final episode and it will airs BBC One and BBC Two between 7pm and 8pm.
The show will also be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
Getty Images Keen gardeners have been putting in prep for the Chelsea Flower Show for weeks
Where is the Chelsea Flower Show 2018 and how can I get there?
As the name suggests, the event is being held in Chelsea, in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
The showground is transformed with a vast array of colourful flowers with plenty to see and do.
As the event is in central London, it is recommended that people use public transport to reach the event.
The closest underground tube to the event is Sloane Square, which is 10-minute walk away from the venue.
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Who is presenting the Chelsea Flower Show 2019?
The daytime coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show is presented by Angellica Bell and the Rich Brothers, starting at 3pm on Tuesday May 21 on BBC One and BBC Two.
The presenters this year include journalist Sophie Raworth, Garden Rescue co-stars The Rich Brothers, 2017 MasterChef winner Angellica Bell and Gardners’ World presenter and designer Joe Swift.
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