Kate Bradbury

Kate Bradbury

Kate Bradbury is a award-winning garden writer, broadcaster and Television presenter, specialising in wildlife gardening who appears on Gardeners' World

Kate grew up on the outskirts of Birmingham and had a back garden that was half an acre which she spent a lot of time in looking for worms and watching birds.


Kate appears on Autumn Watch, Radio 4s Gardeners' Question Time, and writes for various publications like The Guardian and Gardeners' World Magazine.

She is patron for amphibian and reptile charity Froglife and  Bumblebee Conservation Trust, and is the Garden Ambassador for Butterfly Conservation.

Kate lives in Hove near Brighton


TV programmes


2021


2021



Kate Bradbury Books

2017
The Wildlife Gardener

2019
Wildlife Gardening: for Everyone and Everything (The Wildlife Trusts) 

2019 
The Bumblebee Flies Away: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Muddy Hands

2021
RHS How to Create a Wildlife Pond: Plan, Dig, and Enjoy a Natural Pond in Your Own Back Garden

2022
RHS The Tree in my Garden: Discover the Difference One Tree Can Make - Then Plant Your Own
With Lucille Clerc


Kate Bradbury Instagram  Twitter

Filthy Garden SOS Episode 4 West London

Filthy Garden SOS Episode 4  West London

Filthy Garden SOS is a garden makeover show with a difference that was first shown in 2021 on 5 Star.

Award winning Garden Designer Diarmuid Gavin starts by telling us our gardens are our sanctuaries, private, plant filled, peaceful and green corners of this green covered land.
He goes on to tell us not all gardens are like that and the homeowners have not got the gardening bug and their gardens are shocking!

He actually calls them 'crimes against nature itself'.

Diarmuid tells us for as long as he been gardening he never seen gardens so bad.

Filthy Garden SOS Episode 3 County Durham

Filthy Garden SOS Episode 3 County Durham

Filthy Garden SOS is a garden makeover show with a difference that was first shown in 2021 on 5 Star.

Award winning Garden Designer Diarmuid Gavin starts by telling us our gardens are our sanctuaries, private, plant filled, peaceful and green corners of this green covered land.

He goes on to tell us not all gardens are like that and the homeowners have not got the gardening bug and their gardens are shocking!

He actually calls them 'crimes against nature itself'.

Diarmuid tells us for as long as he been gardening he never seen gardens so bad.

Love Your Garden Series 12 Episode 2 Colour

Love Your Garden Series 12 Episode 2 Colour

Alan Titchmarsh 
welcomes us to Love Your Garden Series 12.

Alan tells us how important our gardens have become to us, they bring family and friends together, are good for our Mental and Physical Health as well as connecting us to Nature.

Lots of us have challenging gardens which we would like to become our dream garden, they are often, in fact, a disaster zone.

So this year Alan and his team David DomoneyKatie RushworthFrances Tophill and Danny Clarke are going to surprise some inspirational people whose gardens are some of the worst they have ever tackled.

They will also share the secrets of how they do this, giving us good ideas to transform the chosen garden as well as in our own gardens.

'Welcome to Love Your Garden'.

Garden of the Year

Garden of the Year

Garden of the Year is a new 6 part Gardening Programme first shown on More4 on 22 August 2022.

Zoe Ball is joined by award winning Garden Designer Manoj Malde and former Young Horticulturist of the Year Lachlan Rae as Judges.

Each week they will visit 4 gardens in a different region of the United Kingdom and take us on a tour of the garden pointing out all the design features and planting.