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  • Last episode S48E26 aired 2015-09-18
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aired 2015-09-18 (2 years ago)
September 18, 2015
Season: 48 | Episode: 26
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Gardeners' World is a long-running BBC television programme about gardening that continues to this day. The first episode was filmed in 1968, presented by Ken Burras and came from Oxford Botanical Gardens. Most of the episodes of the show are 30 minutes long, though there are many specials that last longer.

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BBC TWO Started: Jan/05/1968
Usually airs on: Friday

Type: Documentary
Genres: Family
Country: UK UK
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    4 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    Monty shows the changes he has made to his garden over the winter as he tackles some timely pruning tasks and shows the best way to lay a new path. Carol is out and about in Oxfordshire celebrating snowdrops staggering diversity. Rachel pays a visit to Cambridge Botanic Garden, which has one of the country's most popular winter gardens.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty offers advice on the jobs to do now and over the winter in the garden. On Walney Island in Cumbria, Carol takes a look at the diversity of wild plants which thrive in its maritime climate and dlearns about a very special hardy geranium which grows nowhere else in the world. Rachel is in Swansea to talk to Andrea Gordon, who, despite being blind from birth, has a garden overflowing with plants.
  • s45e30
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    5 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    With bonfire night just around the corner, Monty turns his attention to the firecracker colours of spring after he starts to tidy up his herbaceous plants to make room to plant tulip bulbs. Rachel travels to Suffolk to look at some of the best small trees and shrubs for autumn colour in the gardens at East Bergholt Place. Carol is at the Royal Horticultural Society's garden at Rosemoor in Devon where they grow a collection of holly.
  • s45e29
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    With Halloween fast approaching, Monty is harvesting pumpkins and he explains how to store them for roasts, soups and stews in the upcoming months. Joe takes a look around a high end garden in West London to get some tips on how clever landscaping and the use of lighting can turn a small space into an outdoor room. Carol travels to Wales to learn how the versatile willow can be used by the gardener to bring form and colour to winter borders.
  • s45e28
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers some practical tips to help protect tender plants as the first frosts of the year begin to bite. He also begins getting ready for next spring, planting tulips, pansies and apple trees and shares his advice on training step-over apples and planting out wallflowers from seed. Carol shows how to grow plants from cuttings. Joe takes a look around the gardens of West Dean in Sussex and learns about a collection of fruit which has been trained to make the most efficient use of space possible.
  • s45e27
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is making plans for next year's flowers as he plants roses for spring and summer flowering and tidies up in the vegetable garden. Carol finds out more about Britain's native wild clematis and pays a visit to a clematis enthusiast in Lancashire. Rachel is in Bristol to meet a couple who have filled their small back garden with tender tropical plants.
  • s45e26
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers lots of advice for jobs to be getting on with in early autumn and also offers tips for planting bulbs in a variety of places in the garden. Carol attempts to answer another gardener's dilemma after she shows the best way to divide and care for agapanthus. At RHS Rosemoor, Rachel recommends autumn flowering plants for our gardens, which also have the benefit of adding some scent.
  • s45e25
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is at Longmeadow, getting ready for the seasons to come. He shows a fast and easy way to prune shrub roses and then plants up pots that will flower for Christmas. Carol takes a look around a garden in Somerset where grasses have been used to maximum effect on a sloping site.
  • s45e24
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is at the Royal Horticultural Society's garden at Wisley, Surrey whilst Carol Klien pays a visit to Harlow Carr in North Yorkshire as part of a special programme from the RHS grounds.
  • s45e23
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is at Longmeadow with recommendations for which bulbs to choose and plant. In Devon, Carol shows how to propagate favourite plants during a house move. Joe pays a visit to Hestercombe Gardens in Somerset to take a close look at how design and colour can evoke mood in a garden.
  • s45e22
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    The start of September is the beginning of a new gardening season and Monty recommends vegetables to sow now for winter cropping. Carol finds out more about one of our most common wild plants, the daisy.
  • s45e21
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    At the end of August, some perennial plants need to be setting seed and, for gardeners on a budget, this is the time to collect, store and sow them to stock gardens for free. Monty explains the process by showing which seeds to sow now, which to save for later and which ones respond better to a short amount of time spent in the fridge.
  • s45e20
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty Don explains how to plan late summer colour in the flowerbed and also shares viewers' tips on how to overcome the onslaught of slugs and snails. Carol is in Yorkshire looking for the harebell, one of her favourite wild flowers. She also takes a look around an historic garden to appreciate the harebell's cultivated cousin, the campanula.
  • s45e19
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers different gardening techniques to make sure that the garden stays in tip top condition throughout the summer months. Carol takes a look at water lilies in the wild and takes a look around a garden to see how breeding has enabled gardeners to grow sensational varieties in any type of pond.
  • s45e18
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    19:30- 20:00
    It's the pond, hedges, and edges of Monty's garden which are the focus of attention this week. Joe takes a look around a garden on a Welsh mountainside and learns how the owner has risen to the challenging topography and rain to create a colourful and verdant garden. At Glebe Cottage, Carol answers viewers' queries about the proliferation of slugs and snails in our gardens.
  • s45e17
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty explains what to plant to create fragrance during summer before turning his attention to his herb garden. Rachel looks for intoxicating scents on a visit to RHS Harlow Carr. Carol is back in her native Lancashire to learn more abput aromatic roses thriving in the wild.
  • s45e16
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    19:30- 20:00
    Rachel is given a preview of the gardens in the Olympic Park and talks to those who have battled the elements to make sure they are at the peak of perfection. Carol finds out more about London's wild side, exploring a community garden in the centre of the city. Monty is busy at Longmeadow, sowing late summer salads and harvesting blackcurrants.
  • s45e15
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty shows how his garden has changed over the last four weeks and gets to grips with a variety of jobs in the walled garden. Carol takes a look around East Lambrook Manor, a beautiful garden that is host to a stunning array of this cottage garden stalwart.
  • s45e14
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty Don replaces plants that are past their best, such as wallflowers, with other annuals that will add colour to the garden until autumn, and also harvests the first summer fruits and vegetables. Carol Klein offers advice on how to provide a habitat for wildlife, and Joe Swift picks up design tips during a trip to Kelmarsh Hall in Northamptonshire.
  • s45e13
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team report from Gardeners' World Live at the NEC in Birmingham.
  • s45e12
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    19:30- 20:00
    With the garden coming to live more each day, it gives Monty plenty of chance to get on top of all the seasonal jobs at Longmeadow. Carol helps one viewer with propagation queries.
  • s45e11
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is planting annual plants into a container that will create colour and interest all summer long. He is also working in the vegetable garden and offers tips and advice on how best to grow cauliflowers. Carol attempts to answer an unusual dilemma from a gardener who lives in a lighthouse. The show pays a vist to the tranquil Worcestershire village of Feckenham, where over thirty private gardens are preparing to open their doors to the public.
  • s45e10
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is at Longmeadow with some inspirational ideas and plants gathered from the Malvern Spring Show. He has some tipsfor planting bearded irises and also works on the pond where he shares ideas on different types of water lilies and how to plant them. Carol takes a look at ferns, discovering them in the wild. There is also an update on the novice gardeners at the Didcot army barracks as they continue to work on their cut flower garden.
  • s45e09
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty, Carol and Rachel are at the Malvern Spring show taking a look at the best the show has to offer.
  • s45e08
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    19:30- 20:00
    This week the show offers lots of advice and tips on how and what to grow in a pond, Rachel de Thame joins Monty at Longmeadow to help him. Joe pays a visit to Charles Rutherfoord, architect and chair of the Society of Garden Designers, to chat to him about the unique design of his own little garden.
  • s45e07
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers some some great suggestions of stalwarts which not only thrive in shady spots in your garden which is bereft of flowers but will return year after year. He is also working in the vegetable plot offering tips on what to sow and plant out now. Carol finds out our native lungwort, the pulmonaria, is growing prolifically in the woodlands and verges of the New Forest. Joe is at an allotment site in West Yorkshire to talk to a vegetable grower who, using the power of manure, is already harvesting an amazing amount of salad crops.
  • s45e06
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    19:30- 20:00
    The show is full of know-how tips this week about how to sow a seed and ideas about how you could improve your garden during the summer.
  • s45e05
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    19:30- 20:00
    Easter has arrived and with comes the biggest gardening weekend of the year. The team offer advice and inspiration from large projects to tackling weeds. At Longmeadow, Monty is beginning to work on his vegetable plot. Carol celebrates the humble daffodil and travels to Lincolnshire where she finds drifts of wild daffodils. Rachel attempts to help a group of military wives as they start growing cut flowers for the first time.
  • s45e04
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    5 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty attempts to explain how we can take advantage of the new growth of different perennials and starts by taking cuttings from emerging Delphiniums in his border and also from a pot grown plant. He also shows the best way of planting Clematis against a wall. Carol is in Southern Ireland where she takes a look at wild primroses and talks to a man who has spent the last 35 years conserving old 19th century Irish primroses as well as creating new varieties.
  • s45e03
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    5 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    It is a busy time in the garden with the longer daylight hours giving a great opportunity to get on with bigger gardening projects. Joe joins Monty in his garden as they attempt to get to grips with lining his newly created pond. Monty is also seed sowing. Carol answers a viewer's gardening dilemma by showing how to select and propagate plants suited to a dry bank situation.
  • s45e02
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    5 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    Monty and the team take a look at different practical ways to achieve a better looking garden during the spring. Monty selects and planting some climbing roses at his garden in Herefordshire. He also does some essential border maintenance tasks.Carol explains how some plants have adapted themselves to grow in the driest of soils and offersher choice of plants which should survive with the minimum of attention.
  • s45e01
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    5 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    Monty takes a look at the changes that have happend in his garden during the winter months reveals how to plant bare-rooted raspberries in his fruit garden. He also uses his secateurs to rejuvenate an overgrown winter flowering honeysuckle. Carol tskes a look around an ancient woodland site in Hertfordshire where wild species of hellebores are growing. Joe begins his guide to garden design by looking at the one thing every garden has in common, boundaries.
  • s44e28
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    5 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    Monty, Carol, Joe and Rachel attempt to celebrate the festive season from a gardener's point of view. Monty and Rachel have a good clear up as Longmeadow as they cut back some plants but leaving others for the wildlife. Monty also works on his rhubarb patch. With Joe's hel. Monty attempts to move a holly tree that has outgrown its current location. Carol finds out more about some of the country's best winter walks. Pam Ayres explains how she encourages wildlife into her garden.
  • s44e27
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty does some autumn maintenance on his garden as he looks back over the year. Carol is at Glebe Cottage as she continues to work on her new raised beds and taming an overgrown and unruly rambling rose. Joe takes a look around Alnwick Castle in Northumberland.
  • s44e26
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty insulates his greenhouse so that it can provide a winter home for all sorts of different tender plants. He also offers tips and techniques for ensuring their survival until the following year. Carol takes a look around the garden of a tropical plant enthusiast to discover how he protects some of his exotic specimens. Monty visits the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in South Africa where he takes a look at their native plants which are also familiar to many British gardens.
  • s44e25
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is getting the garden ready for next summer by planting some sweet peas. Carol visits Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire taking a look at the autumn display and she also recommends varieties suitable to plant in our gardens. Monty also plants some daffodils and anemones in the dry shade under trees for a spring display in his garden.
  • s44e24
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers advice on how to store an apple crop so it will last roght through winter. Monty also clears his greenhouse and makes plans for next year by planting garlic in the vegetable garden. Carol is in her garden at Glebe Cottage, where she is dividing her perennials.
  • s44e23
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    19:30- 20:00
    This special programme comes from all four of the Royal Horticultural Society gardens as the presenters are out on the road lookingst how each location's differing climate affects the plants they grow.
  • s44e22
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty offers advice on taking cuttings from roses to bulk up stock for free. Carol is collecting seeds from her favourite flowering perennials as she plans to plant up a new border as cheaply as possible. Rachel travels to Hook End in Berkshire to take a look at a variety of splendid roses.
  • s44e21
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty makes plans for spring by planting some early nectar sources for bees. He also plants some asters which will give colour for autumn and also help bees build up their nectar reserves to help them get through the winter. Carol travels to Norfolk to take a look around the Pensthorpe Nature Reserve.
  • s44e20
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty explaisn how to to maximise next year's soft fruit crop by pruning his summer raspberries and planting on strawberry runners. Rachel de Thame pays a visit to the home of historian Sir Roy Strong and takes a look around his garden.
  • s44e19
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty reveals his his plans to create a wet meadow. He begins by planting some herbaceous perennials. Carol travels to the Welsh mountains to pick up some vegetable growing tips.
  • s44e18
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty makes plans for the autumn by planting crocus at Longmeadow. He also adds cyclamen to the spring garden, and offers tips on how to get a great show from them. Joe takeas a look around Marks Hall. Carol talks to a Staffordshire couple who've created a garden for all four seasons in their half-acre plot.
  • s44e17
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is pruning the deciduous hedges that are an important part of the structure and form of Longmeadow. He then plants dahlias and cannas in pots for colour that will last right into the autumn. Monty also travel to London and gets the chance to look around second largest garden in the city which is the American Ambassador's garden.
  • s44e16
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    19:30- 20:00
    At Longmeadow, Monty attempts to make sure that there will be some late summer colour. He also divides irises and shows what has gone wrong with his onion crop. Joe takes a look around Newby Hall in North Yorkshire which is also home to the longest herbaceous borders in Europe. Carol explains how she manages to keep her flower beds looking their best at this time of year.
  • s44e15
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is impressed by the sweet peas he grew from seed earlier in the year. He takes softwood cuttings from herbs, including lavender, and lifts and divides the primulas. Rachel talks to a couple from Hampshire who have created their garden around the hosta which is their favourite plant. Carol is in Wales to learn how a man changed his sloping plot into a garden on five different levels.
  • s44e14
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty demonstrates which plants to choose for sensational borders that will last through out the summer. He also plants squashes and pumpkins. Carol offers advice on which are the best hardy geraniums for different situations. She also takes a look around the gardens of Waltham Place. Joe visits Cothay Manor where he learns what it takes to maintain 12 acres of beautiful gardens.
  • s44e13
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty plants dahlias, tends to his roses and offers tips on how to extend the life of the vegetable garden. Monty, Carol, Joe and Rachel are at Gardeners' World Live, where they take a look at different show gardens. They also take part in a bring and buy plant sale.
  • s44e12
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty takes a look around the iconic garden of impressionist painter Claude Monet in Giverny. Monty also shares his top tips for growing key culinary herbs back in his own garden. Carol pays a visit to a gardener in need of help.
  • s44e11
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    The plants in the garden are growing with such speed that some have a tendency to flop as June gets under way. Monty explains how to make stakes that can be used for many years to come to help the plants. Carol pays a visitor to a gardener and bee keeper in Wiltshire who is trying to make the most of a shady area by planting nectar rich plants.
  • s44e10
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty gets ready to surround the courtyard garden with scented summer pots. Joe gets the chance to take a look around a rarely seen private garden created by one of Britain's foremost designers. Carol travels to Wiltshire to help a couple who have lost most of the plants on their pergola because of the harsh winter.
  • s44e09
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team begin this year's flower show season by paying a visit to the Malvern Spring Gardening Show.
  • s44e08
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty works on his 'dry garden', an area where the soil is particularly thin and baked by the sun as May gets under way. Rachel takes a look around the gardens of Coton Manor in Northamptonshire. Carol talks to a woman who loves gardening for the different creatures they attract to her South Devon garden.
  • s44e07
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is planting climbers for different aspects in his walled garden at Longmeadow, Carol is in her garden at Glebe cottage where she takes inspiration from the nearby Devon hedgerows to find out which kind of plants thrive there and then uses some of their cultivated cousins to transform an area in her own garden.
  • s44e06
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Monty adds pot-grown plants, as well as sowing some from seed to his gareden after spring gets under way. He also names some other wildflowers which would thrive in most gardens. Carol talks to Matt Bishop, who explains why he is attracted to later flowering varieties of daffodils. Rachel attempts to show how to deal with pruning an overgrown shrubbery.
  • s44e05
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty is getting ready for for the summer by sowing hardy annuals like nasturtiums and calendulas. Carol takes a look around a garden that is full of art, design and architecture. Joe attempts to deal with a gardening problem that many lovers of exotic plants have been struggling to deal with because of the winter weather.
  • s44e04
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    6 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    With April now here, Monty Don starts to reinvigorate his Jewel Garden. Carol Klein takes a look around one of the world's most renowned camellia collections when she visits Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall. Rachel de Thame takes a look behind the scenes at the Royal Horticultural Society's main garden at Wisley.
  • s44e03
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    20:30- 21:00
    The team offer advise on which plants will add colour to the garden during the summer.
  • s44e02
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    20:30- 21:00
    With winter drawing to a close, work in the garden increases. Monty plants pots of summer bulbs for colour and scent. He also talks about his plans for reinvigorating the area in his garden where perennials planted for their rich jewel-like colours need some attention. Carol takes a look around Glendurgan Garden in Cornwall.
  • s44e01
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty Don returns to the series and uses his garden at his own Herefordshire home. Monty, Carol, Joe and Rachel are getting ready for spring. Carol takes a look around one of the country's best winter gardens at Anglesey Abbey. Joe and Rachel are in Dorset.
  • s43e32
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    20:30- 21:00
    Carol transforms her garden into a living laboratory and allows some scientific experts to explore, analyse and observe her soil, compost, seeds, weather, leaves, and flowers.
  • s43e31
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby offers tips on how to make the most of gardens during the winter and he shows how to shape up difficult climbers. Alys shows her favourite varieties of roses. Carol offers propagation tips at Glebe Cottage.
  • s43e30
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby explains how leaves can be turned into leaf mould. Carol visits Kew where she finds out how the world of plant classification is now becoming much simpler as scientists are beginning to use DNA techniques to accurately draw up definitive family trees for plants.
  • s43e29
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby offers tips and advice on how to store tender tropical plants over winter. Carol takes a look around the National Arboretum at Westonbirt in Gloucestershire. Alys meets Paul Barnett, who grows 250 different varieties of apple on just one tree.
  • s43e28
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby Bgives tips on how prolong the life of a vegetable patch through the winter. Joe takes a look around the gardens of Iford Manor in Wiltshire whilst discovers more about orchids at Kew Gardens.
  • s43e27
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby shows how to use prairie planting.
  • s43e26
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby shows how to prepare vegetable gardens for the winter. Carol takes a closer look at the rose family.
  • s43e25
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    19:30- 20:00
    Joe Swift he attempts to grow some perfectly-formed vegetables at a top RHS event.
  • s43e24
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    19:30- 20:00
    This week the show offers a master class on how to restore your grass to lush, green turf. Carol takes a closer look at the borders at the RHS gardens at Rosemoor in Devon.
  • s43e23
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    19:30- 20:00
    September is when crops are harvested. Toby explains how to collect the precious seeds from annual and perennial plants and explains how they should be stored them to keep them as fresh as possible for free sowing the following year.
  • s43e22
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby gives tips for low-maintenance plant combinations that will keep borders looking nice. Joe gets advise on how to deal with troublesome lawns. The garden of Roald Dahl is taken a look around.
  • s43e21
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    19:30- 20:00
    September is the month when the new season begins for gardeners as they make plans for the winter and spring. Toby explains how to store the last of the potato harvest so that they can still be used during the winter. Toby also shows how the technique of plaiting onions into strings.
  • s43e20
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby takes cuttings whilst it is still warm, giving them plenty of time to grow roots before the colder weather arrives. Joe offers tips for green roofs and names some plants to give year-round interest on top of any shed.
  • s43e19
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby shows how to increase the numbers of butterflies coming to your garden by planting the right flowers. Carol takes a look at the more decorative members of the potato family.
  • s43e18
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby and Carol offer their services after hearing about a community of gardeners in the Ribble Valley in Lancashire who are suffering with some of the commonest garden problems.
  • s43e17
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains how to create a beautiful but simple garden path using recycled materials. Carol takes a look around the restored Victorian vegetable garden at Knightshayes Court.
  • s43e16
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team embark on different summer projects.
  • s43e14
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    19:30- 20:00
    The show comes live from the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
  • s43e13
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby shows how to replace spring displays with colourful plants which will last until the autumn. Advice is also offered on lawns and shrubs.
  • s43e12
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby takes a look at plants which thrive in the moist conditions of pond margins and recommends varieties which add a splash of colour and also have great foliage.
  • s43e11
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    7 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    Toby gives his top tips on how to get a great tomato harvest. Carol takes a closer look at the nettle clan. Alys uses an old native American Indian technique for growing tender vegetables.
  • s43e10
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains how to create the wow factor with beautiful blooming hanging baskets. Toby also suggests a selection of colourful plants that will thrive beside a fence or wall or in the shadow of a tree.
  • s43e09
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team travel to the Malvern Spring Show where they take a look at some of the best plants in the floral marquee and take a look at the latest in design ideas from the show gardens.
  • s43e08
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    19:30- 20:00
    This week Toby focuses on the high impact, low maintenance plants of the American prairie-style border at Greenacre. At Glebe Cottage, Carol takes a look at the borage family. Toby plants sweetcorn in his family garden and offers tips on how to grow popcorn in your own garden.
  • s43e07
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby makes some suggestions for quick-growing climbing plants which will look good before the summer. Joe joins Toby at Greenacre and explains how to build a pond from recycled materials which will still look good.
  • s43e06
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby makes plans for a cutting garden at Greenacre.
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby, Joe and Alys each create a back garden at Greenacre. Carol Klein visits Tresco Abbey on the Isles of Scilly where she takes a look at the extraordinary and exotic plants that thrive there.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby plant a variety of vegetables at Greenacre. Joe plants evergreen hedging and offering advice on planting Camellias. Colin Crosbie gives a master class in Camellia pruning techniques.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby tidies up the Bee Border at Greenacre.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby Buckland creates a new pergola at Greenacre. Joe maintains the prairie border. The Royal Horticultural Society show some rose pruning techniques at Hyde Hall. At Castle Howard, Brian Deighton gives a tour of the stately home's rose garden.
  • s43e01
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby looks at the best varieties of snowdrop available for the garden and offers tips on the the best sorts of tomatoes. Joe joins Toby as they get the fruit garden under way. At Glebe Cottage, Carol takes a closer look at the Hellebore family. Alys plants some sweet peas for picking during the summer.
  • s42e29
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    20:30- 21:00
    Sandi Toksvig narrates the story of the seven founders of the Royal Horticultural Society. They used to meet in the early 1800's above a bookshop in the London region of Piccadilly.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Carol Klein narrates a special episode which takes a look at some special women from history who have defied convention in order to follow their passion for horticulture.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Joe revisits visits Mark Amphlett and Suzanne Raynor in Birmingham to discover if the garden he helped them design has ended up being the garden they had always dreamed about having.
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    20:30- 21:00
    The series take a look back at Carol Klein's gardening class and the three pupils who took part.
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby and the team get Greenacre ready for the winter season. Joe and Alys offer their top tips for keeping the garden looking good all through out the winter. The winner of the BBC Gardener of the Year competition is announced.
  • s42e24
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains what plants need to be brought indoors for the winter. Joe explains some innovative ideas for plant protection.
  • s42e23
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby plants a hazel nut tree in the vegetable garden as autumn arrives. Alys Fowler looks at the best winter bedding plant bargains available. The fifth finalist in the BBC Gardener of the Year competition is revealed.
  • s42e22
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    19:30- 20:00
    Oriental flowers are planted by Toby in Greenacre's woodland garden. The fourth finalist in the BBC Gardener of the Year competition is revealed.
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team take inspiration from Trentham Gardens in Staffordshire as they work on Greenacres' own prairie border. Carol explains which plants give the best autumn colours. The third finalist in BBC Gardener of the Year competition is revealed.
  • s42e20
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby makes plans for the Spring. Alys offers tips on how to cheat the season by having Spring bulbs at Christmas. The second finalist is revealed in the BBC Gardener of the Year competition.
  • s42e19
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby says which plants are best for a bountiful seed harvest. The first of the five finalists in the BBC Gardener of the Year competition is named.
  • s42e18
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains the best way to lay turf while Alys grows a lawn from scratch. Sarah Cox shows the cameras around her garden.
  • s42e17
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby is at his coastal garden where he reveals the completed garden. Joe helps him create a seaside seat made from sea washed pebbles.
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    19:30- 20:00
    The show takes a look at the progress of Lynda Brown who they have been following for around two years as she attempts to bring the overgrown garden of Jessamine Cottage back under control. Toby Buckland visits Lynda to find out more about the garden.
  • s42e15
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby takes a look around the RHS garden at Hyde Hall. The students are taught by Carol how to collect seeds. Joe gets his allotment ready for the holidays.
  • s42e14
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby plants some summer daisies at Greenacre and also pays a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society garden at Harlow Carr. Alys creates a window box of edible bedding. Joe makes some colourful finishing touches to the garden he has been making over.
  • s42e13
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby, Carol, Joe and Alys give tips on how to help groom your garden to perfection. Toby explains what water plants are best for garden ponds. Carol teaches her students how to look after seedlings. Alys sows dome oriental vegetables.
  • s42e12
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby takes a look around the RHS garden at Rosemoor. Carol and her students spend more time at Glebe Cottage. Joe gives an update on how his allotment is coming along.
  • s42e11
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby and the team return to Greenacre to see how the project is coming along.
  • s42e10
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    19:30- 20:00
    The show broadcasts live from the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. The team meet viewers in the award winning Interactive Plant Swap.
  • s42e09
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby Buckland plants some annual plug plants. Alys, Joe and Toby attempt to resign a front garden.
  • s42e08
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby Buckland and Alys Fowler look at ways to make gardens more bumble bee friendly. Carol continues to give her three trainees more tips.
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby Buckland creates a tropical looking border. Carol's gardening school continues.
  • s42e06
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team visit the 24th annual Spring Gardening Show in Malvern, Worcestershire.
  • s42e05
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby stats to create the garden's new pond and begins work on the urban meadow. The final three proteges for her gardening school are revealed by Carol.
  • s42e04
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby created a garden that can be enjoyed in the evening. Six amateur gardeners meet with Carol hoping to gain a place in her gardening school.
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    19:30- 20:00
    The BBC learning Dig In campaign is helped launched by the team. The aim of the campaign is to get more people growing their own food.
  • s42e02
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team take on one of the most ambitious projects ever on the show when they have to transform an old field into the country's new back garden.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Toby Buckland takes a look what alternatives are available to use instead of peat in the garden.
  • s41e35
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    20:30- 21:00
    Five of the previous winners of BBC Gardener of the Year compete against one another at the Eden Project in Cornwall in an attempt to win the title.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Five of the previous winners of the BBC Gardener Of The Year agree to take part in a challenge to be crowned the ultimate champion. The five finalists are previewed in this episode.
  • s41e30
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    9 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    Toby tends to the vegetable patch. Joe explains how the tender plants in the garden need to be protected during the winter months.
  • s41e29
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    9 years ago
    20:30- 21:00
    The team celebrate Halloween. Joe makes pumkins with his children. Carol makes her Devon garden more colourful.
  • s41e28
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby looks at how having small trees in a garden can enhance it. The team prepare the pond for the winter months.
  • s41e27
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    9 years ago
    19:30- 20:00
    The team prepare the garden ready for the spring.
  • s41e26
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains how you can get harvest from the garden all year around.
  • s41e25
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    19:30- 20:00
    Joe plants some shrubs at Berryfields with great autumnal colours.
  • s41e24
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby explains by how having a greenhouse you can benefit from it all year around.
  • s41e23
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    19:30- 20:00
    Woth autumn approaching Toby attempts to make the garden still look good with winter bedding plants.
  • s41e22
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    19:30- 20:00
    Toby Buckland offers simple tips on dealing with September gardening jobs brought on by the damp summer weather.
  • s41e21
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    19:30- 20:00
    Rachel de Thame attempts to create a whole new border in her garden planting new combinations.
  • s41e20
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    19:30- 20:00
    Sarah Raven looks at ways to stop Britain's wild flowers going into decline.
  • s41e19
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    19:30- 20:00
    Rachel deThame tries to discover how far the English cottage garden has come over the years and how it may have to change in the future to cope with the latest challenges facing it.
  • s41e18
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    19:30- 20:00
    Carol shows some of her favourite plants in the garden at Berrylands. The RHS gardens at Harlow Carr and Rosemoor are also featured.
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team go to see Chelsea Flower Show gold-medal winner Cleve West to see how his garden is influenced.
  • s41e16
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    19:30- 20:00
    The series takes a look a the different ways people use their gardens.
  • s41e15
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    19:30- 20:00
    Carol Klein and Joe Swift work on the borders at the garden in Berrylands.
  • s41e14
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    19:30- 20:00
    Carol and Joe are at Berryfields, where Joe shows different plants that can be grown in the jungle garden whilst Carol in the long borders deals with the late perennials in the borders.
  • s41e13
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    19:30- 20:00
    Gardeners' World Live 2008 is presented from the the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
  • s41e12
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team take a look at the effects of climate change.
  • s41e11
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    19:30- 20:00
    Simon King makes a visit to Berryfields to take a look at the garden's wildlife. Joe visits an award winning allotment site at Stoke.
  • s41e10
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    19:30- 20:00
    The series goes to see a project in London, which provides people without any garden space at all with a place to grow plants.
  • s41e09
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team take a look around the 23rd annual Malvern Spring Gardening Show which is held at the Three Counties Show Ground in Worcestershire.
  • s41e08
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty ads new plants to the nectar bar and the woodland glade. Carol completes the construction of her new pond at her home.
  • s41e07
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty starts work on a new garden for the senses at Berryfields. Joe takes his London family to see their allotment for the first time.
  • s41e06
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty starts two new projects for the forthcoming year. Carol starts a project in Devon to start a environmentally friendly garden.
  • s41e05
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty Don and Alys attempt to create colourful annuals at Berryfields. Joe attempts to find an allotment in North London.
  • s41e04
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    20:30- 21:00
    Using four different gardens Joe Swift shows how easy it is to design a garden.
  • s41e03
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty gets Long Borders ready for Easter. Joe visits one of the country's top garden centres.
  • s41e02
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    20:30- 21:00
    Carol shares secrets from her garden in Devon including tips on primroses and tulips.
  • s41e01
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty is in the garden at Berryfields getting it ready for the winter season.
  • s40e33
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    20:30- 21:00
    Jonty and the team offer different gardening tips for each of the twelve days of Christmas.
  • s40e32
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty plants bulbs so that they will bloom in the spring. Advise is offered on how to protect wildlife living in the garden over the winter months.
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    20:30- 21:00
    Monty shows how to create a simple garden seat. Carol and Joe make sure the tender plants are protected as winter approaches.
  • s40e30
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty show off the new garden at Berryfields this week which is for growing strawberries and raspberries. Carol moves and replants a tree.
  • s40e29
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty continues to get his vegetable patch ready so that it will harvest in the spring. Joe explains whats good for the lawn.
  • s40e28
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty prepares the ground ready for the planting of next year's sweet peas.
  • s40e27
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty takes a look at the plants which still produce colours into October.
  • s40e26
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty demonstrates how to make compost out of waste from the kitchen and garden.
  • s40e25
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty shows how to clear crops and plant green manure.
  • s40e24
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty visits Roger Parsons who grows sweet peas and has even named some after him. The show also looks at the attempts to restore a garden after the recent floodings.
  • s40e23
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team offer more gardening advise and tips on how to grow plants.
  • s40e17
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty works on the vegetable patch hoping for a good harvest this year. Joe offers tips on how to help keep your garden looking neat and tidy.
  • s40e16
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    19:30- 20:00
    Monty adds more plants to the pond area of the garden in an attempt to attract more insects to the area.
  • s40e15
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    19:30- 20:00
    The team present from the 15th Gardeners' World horticultural event. Joe takes a look at the the show's special anniversary garden to celebrate 40 years of the series.
  • s40e14
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    19:30- 20:00
    This week Monty gets the garden's borders ready for the new season. Carol looks at the different herbs that available for cooking with.
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    19:30- 20:00
    This week Monty plants irises that will bloom in the summer.