Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival-goers will have the chance to grow their knowledge with gardening guru Sabrina Hahn on Saturday. Hahn will be returning to the festival line-up in 2021 to chat with the community about everything and anything gardening and horticulture. The iconic radio presenter, podcaster and writer said the festival was a great glimpse into the South West’s “food bowl” region. “The whole community gets involved and you get to meet all the growers of all sorts of things, not just cherries, but all the beautiful produce that’s produced down there,” she said. “You get to see chefs utilising all the beautiful fresh food that’s made there so it gives you a real insight into what is possible in WA in terms of horticulture.” Hahn said she was more than looking forward to interacting with the Lower South West community. “People will have the opportunity to come up and ask me any questions they want to know about their garden,” she said. “It’s nice for me to be able to meet the general public because we have a lot of people that listen to the ABC down there so it’s a really good opportunity to get out and about and actually meet your audience that listen to you. “I love hearing people’s stories because everyone has a different background and a different history so you learn a lot more about the area by just chatting to people.” Hahn also praised the festival for reaching its 20th anniversary this year. “I think it’s a testament to the festival that this is the 20th year,” she said. “It’s a lot of hard work to keep a festival going for that long and that goes to show the hard work and the commitment of not just the committee that organise it but everyone who gets down there and supports it.” Hahn will be available to speak with festival attendees in the Australia Post carpark on Brockman Street at 11.05am and 2.15pm.