Get your garden ready for Summer – and win £1,000 with Wyevale Garden Centres

Summer’s fast approaching -  and that’s great news for us all as we prepare to enjoy our gardens in all their glory.

Bring your summer to life with Wyevale Garden Centres, who have a passion for gardens and everything in them. Classic FM’s Alan Titchmarsh is one of the UK’s best-known gardeners and he’s got some timely tips for you to follow at this time of year.

Together, Classic FM and Wyevale Garden Centres are offering you the chance to win £1,000 to put towards a garden makeover.

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Get Your Garden Ready For Summer


Whether you’re an enthusiastic amateur or a fair-weather gardener, we can all learn from the experts.

Keep coming back here for a series of tips from Alan…

Discover Alan's tips below

Discover Wyevale Garden Centres

The seeds were sown for the Wyevale Gardens Centres story in the 1930s, when a keen gardener called Harry Williamson started selling roses in jam jars. His little enterprise grew and grew, and he opened the very first Wyevale Garden Centre in Hereford in 1961.

Today, there are more than 140 Wyevale Garden Centres across the country, and a thriving website. Harry Williamson would have been amazed. But at the heart of it all remains a passion for gardens and everything in them.

Wyevale Garden Centres want to spread the joy of gardening. That’s why, street by street, garden by garden, window-box by window-box, they aim to pass on ideas, inspiration and valuable tips to make garden-lovers of everyone.

They sell all sorts of plants and everything else, from compost to containers to garden furniture and barbeques.

Classic music and gardens were made for each other. Both inspire us, relax us and colour our lives.

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Win £1,000 to help get your garden ready for Summer

You can really make an impact on your garden area with £1,000 to spend.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below.

Entries close at 23.59 on Sunday 7th May 2017.

Q: What is the best angle to cut the stem while pruning roses?

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