Prince Charles makes soon appeared in the BBC tuinierprogramma Gardeners’ World. The British heir to the throne invites presenter Adam Frost on his country estate Highgrove House, reports the BBC.
Charles is an avid gardener and has a passion for organic farming. In the broadcast, which on 18 July, tells the prince about the management of the Cornwall Estate, which is about 53.000 hectare of land covers. Also, he discusses with Frost the combat of plant diseases and pests.
In an interview with Gardeners’ Question Time from 2016 told Charles that he has since childhood been interested in gardening and that he now tries to convey to his grandson George. “You never know where people will be interested. The most important thing is that we put together a few planting trees,” he said at the time.
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