Watch how the Queens Buckingham Palace Garden grows

Finally something for us Gardeners to look forward to on Christmas Day! A day when even the keenest of Gardeners are forced to hang up their gardening boots for the day, in favour of fire side slippers and mass gluttony. The Queen has opened up her Buckingham Palace to the cameras for a two part insight the uncovers some of the Queens best kept horticultural secrets.

Hosted by Alan Titchmarsh we get to discover how the Queens Buckingham Palace gardens really grow.via Garlic spray, bees and magic manure: how the Queen’s garden grows – Telegraph.

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