Boasting huge show gardens, floral marquees, pavilions and much more including talks and demonstrations provided by food and horticultural experts from around the world. Hampton Court Flower Show is back, and it's bigger than ever.
Hampton court flower show is the second major show after the magnificent Chelsea flower show. However unlike Chelsea, which focuses on huge spectacular floral displays with much more emphasis on aesthetics’, Hampton Court flower show leans more toward the environmental and practical side of gardening.
Talks and sponsored demonstrations offer visitors insight into growing their own food, vegetables and fruit and the many possibilities that can be explored through doing so. All talks and demonstrations are held by experts in various fields, including, botanists, horticulturists and even TV chefs.
Hyperactive Broadcast supplied several systems to the BBC, which were all built and put under thorough scrutiny by Hyperactive’s team of highly trained engineers, before being sent to the flower show.
Hyperactive’s very own technical engineer, Gareth Steven was on site throughout the production supplying the BBC editorial staff with his engineering advice and expertise every step of the way.
Despite battling with hay fever Gareth ensured that any technical issues that arose were quickly and efficiently solved thus making the huge broadcast a smooth and pleasant experience for all involved.