On this episode of the garden podcast:
Designed by Jonathan Snow, built by Stewart Landscape Construction and Sponsored by Trailfinders Ltd on this episode of The Sodshow Peter Donegan and Jonathan sit in his garden to chat just how a gentleman who has never show gardened before ended up on main avenue at the greatest flower show in the world.
With thanks to Catherine and the team at CED Natural Stone for organising this one and making the RHS Chelsea episodes possible.
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From where it all started, the level of detail that went into the creation and the 2 and a half years it took to bring the concept to fruition all the way down to who Jonathan Snow actually is, the dangers (maybe) of non Chelsea standard planting and just how one manages to fit that in to such an exquisite garden.
Of note, part way through recording a brass band start playing twice and I and Jonathan get asked by the BBC to move out of shot whilst former guest Frances Tophill is recording her piece for television.
Only on The Sodshow could it happen.
I never knew the BBC @GWandShows were such fans of @sodshow I spotted the cameras and Peter @DoneganGardens on Jonathan Snow’s wonderful garden at #RHSChelsea I think they were really filming the lovely and very talented Frances Tophill (but let’s not tell Peter that😀) pic.twitter.com/nvPAZqT3rr
— Tim Howell (@TimHowellX) May 22, 2018
Much thanks for listening X