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Norfolk landscapers make final of inaugural BBC Gardeners’ World Live competition

Lanscape Gardeners Jacob Botting (beard) and Harvey Miller from Bespoke Outdoor spaces are in the final stages of the BBC Gardeners World competition.
Picture: Nick Butcher

Lanscape Gardeners Jacob Botting (beard) and Harvey Miller from Bespoke Outdoor spaces are in the final stages of the BBC Gardeners World competition. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Two landscapers from a company on the Norfolk/Suffolk border will be showing off their green fingers in an inaugural competition hosted by the BBC.

Jacob Botting and Harvey Miller, from Bespoke Outdoor Spaces in Wortwell near Harleston, have made it to the final stages of the BBC Gardeners’ World Live Young Landscapers Award.

The duo are going forward in the competition to build a challenging show garden by Diarmuid Gavin, Irish garden designer and TV personality.

They will be up against two landscapers from a company in the north east of England.

Both teams’ gardens will be assessed on Wednesday June 13 at the NEC in Birmingham, when one pair will be crowned BBC Gardeners’ World Live young landscapers of 2018. The show opens to the public on June 14, when the gardens will go on display.

The competition, supported by the Association of Professional Landscapers, aims to promote and support up and coming landscapers.


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