There'll no doubt be several blog post, but most of them will require some time and thought. In the mean time, I thought I'd pop up a few unflattering photos of celebrities I saw. One advantage of BBCGWLive is that you may well bump into Anne Swithinbank (I nearly did - we were both admiring the same stand in the plant marquee, and I suddenly realised who the lady in the marvellous hat was), but are unlikely to see Christopher Biggins, Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen or Ringo Starr. A real advantage, I'm sure you'll agree.
Like a scene out of 'Reservoir Dogs', but where they forgot to wear the matching suits.
James Alexander-Sinclair relaxes after talking thrust and droop.
No, missus, it was all about planting pots.
Anne Swithinbank (in aforementioned hat) practising her 'I'm a little teapot' stance.
Joe Swift, blissfully unaware of the 30 foot high doppelganger behind him.
The wonderful Carol Klein and Gardeners' World Magazine deputy editor David Hurrion have a face-off over who has the most floral attire. I think I've seen that suit somewhere before. On someone else (RHS Chelsea this year).
My day, possibly week, however was made by seeing Saint Mary of Berry. Whenever Thomas and I make cakes, he says "I'll just go and get Mary Berry" and fetches her baking book from the shelf.
I was star-struck (but not sufficiently to wait an hour to have a copy of her new book signed by her. Wish I had now).