Ann-Marie Powell for London Flower Show

by | Mar 29, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Award-winning garden designer and TV gardening presenter Ann-Marie Powell has been appointed as a creative director for the London Flower Show.

According to organisers, her role will be to work alongside the event?s founder to oversee its look, feel and personality, as well as its collaborations with exhibitors, brands and the public.

Ann-Marie said: ?This is a wonderful opportunity to create an engaging, fun, different show – a jamboree of all things gardens and gardening. Whether you?re a keen gardener, grow your own, or are an armchair supporter of a gardening devotee, there?ll be something for you to enjoy.

Sam Speaight, managing director of Live Industry commented: ?We are delighted to have Ann-Marie on-board as part of the growing London Flower Show team.

?With her unrivalled knowledge and experience in creating incredible gardens Ann-Marie is the perfect candidate to help us to build an exciting, unique, and inspiring program.?

The four day show is set in the grounds of Georgian country estate Osterley House and Park. It takes place between the 8th?? 11th?September.

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