Around 150 gardeners toured the wildflower meadows, 2012 Garden and Great British Garden with the experts that have designed and created them ahead of the recording.
The Garden celebrates centuries of British passion for gardening, with 120,000 plants from 250 different species across the world arranged into four temperate regions: Europe, Americas, Asia and the Southern Hemisphere.
The exclusive opportunity was open to BBC Gardeners’ Question Time listeners and Local Leaders across the country that are getting together with their friends and neighbours to Garden for the Games.
They were also joined in the audience by gardening groups from the Olympic Park Host Boroughs and the Olympic Park gardeners.
London 2012 Organising Committee Chair Seb Coe said: 'The Gardeners’ Question Time Garden for the Games special was a great opportunity to bring listeners into the Park as it is about to bloom, along with local garden groups and gardeners across the UK that are using the Games as an inspiration to brighten up their area.'
The programme will be broadcast on Friday 29 June and Sunday 1 July.
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