Where is Gardeners' World filmed - where is the Greenacre garden?
It is the answer to a question that the BBC would rather not be revealed.
But, I am sure it is a question that all fans of BBC Gardeners' World ask and would love to know the answer to.
Where is Berryfields was, and is, another common question that I noticed in the Landscape Juice search queries.
I can now reveal the secretive site as Winterbourne Botanic Garden, 58 Edgbaston Park Rd, Birmingham, B15 2TT.
This Google aerial view of the site is before work started on the garden but it is easy to understand how the BBC could move into a City without causing attention to be drawn to itself, plonk it into somewhere that already deals with horticulture and where nobody would bat an eyelid if a new greenhouse and vegetable and flower borders were to be constructed.
You can see that the 'muddy field' (laugh out loud - what a red herring) is not overlooked by houses and is, on two sides, hidden by high trees. The glasshouse, which is visible on television, can be seen over the fence.
The arrow I have placed on the screenshot is facing towards the two buildings that you can see in the introduction on the Youtube video, from the very first Gardeners' World. Toby Buckland is seen pushing a spade into the ground and saying "We are in this together."
In the video, you can clearly see some trees in a line that have been pruned. These are the line of red trees in the Google screenshot.
Many gardening journalists had an inkling that Greenacre was within the Birmingham Botanic Gardens campus (University of Birmingham) but there is fragmentation of the many facilities so nobody has ever nailed it.
It would be interested to see if the BBC come out and deny it but as license fee payer, I think you have a right to know;-0)
Aerial view and video courtesy of Google Maps and Google Youtube.
Click to enlarge the photos for more detail.