The one royal you might want to call for gardening tips is Prince Charles. If this comes as a surprise, you are not alone!
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But, it is true and well known. He's perhaps the only member of the royal family who's this wild about horticulture.
In fact, come July 18, he will welcome the media into Highgrove House, his residential home, where he is expected to talk to Gardeners' World presenter, Adam Frost.
Frost told the press that he had been invited to Highgrove House in February where the seeds for a recently launched campaign, Action Oak, was planted to discuss the future of a greener Britain.
For their upcoming conversation, which will air on BBC Two at 8 pm, Charles will get down into the nitty-gritty of protecting plants and trees native to Britain from pests and diseases.
Charles has spent close to 40 years transforming the grounds of Highgrove House into a horticultural wonderland where visitors are welcomed annually.
This interview is certainly one to look forward to.