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Expert gardener Bob Flowerdew at Open Gardens event at Rushall, near Harleston

11:17 21 May 2012

BBC gardening expert Bob Flowerdew will be at the Open Gardens event at Rushall, near Harleston, on June 10. Picture by Trevor Taylor.

BBC gardening expert Bob Flowerdew will be at the Open Gardens event at Rushall, near Harleston, on June 10. Picture by Trevor Taylor.

Trevor Taylor

Bob Flowerdew, of BBC Gardeners’ Question Time, will be at the Open Gardens event at Rushall, near Harleston, on June 10.

Visitors can bring along their problem or question, and get expert advice from this well-known gardener.

Up to 20 gardens will open with a huge range to visit covering every shape, style and size. Plants will be on sale and the gardeners look forward to a good chat.

A shuttle bus will take visitors around, or they can use their bikes. Rushall’s famous teas and lunches will be available, and both the pub and the church will be open all day, and guests can explore the common.

Other attractions will include bird-ringing, a woodworking show, and the farm shop.

Tickets and maps on sale at the church and Furze House, opening hours 10.30am to 5.30pm.

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