Woodland Trust at Gardener’s World Live

The Woodland Trust will be providing show visitors 1-to-1 advice at their Tree Surgery Desk, at the upcoming, BBC Gardeners’ World Live.

Crab apple tree with white and pink flowers

The largest woodland conservation charity in the United Kingdom, the Woodland Trust works to ensure the creation, protection, and restoration of native woodland heritage. Since it was founded in 1972, the Woodland Trust has planted over 50 million trees.

The conservation charity will be in attendance at BBC Gardeners’ World Live, which runs from the 13-16th of June, at the Birmingham NEC.

Located in the Floral Marquee, experts from the Trust, including Site Managers and experts from the ancient restoration teams, will be on hand to provide advice to show visitors on all things trees.