And Monty Don is at home at Longmeadow, with some timely seasonal tips for getting the very best from our flowers and vegetables. Arit Anderson tackles growing concerns about the use of plastics in the horticultural industry and Environment Minister Michael Gove is quizzed about government plans for improving recycling. Carol's favourite plant this week is the fiery crocosmia and she shows us the best ones to grow to set our borders ablaze. At Longmeadow, Monty Don has plenty of advice for jobs to be getting on with in early autumn and has tips for planting bulbs in a variety of places in the garden. However, there is still plenty to be getting on with to ensure the beauty continues right through to the autumn and Monty Don has plenty of timely gardening techniques to ensure the garden stays in tip top condition throughout the summer months. As Monty's wildlife garden begins to take shape at Longmeadow, bees are very much at the forefront of his mind. And Carol Klein makes more plants by taking root cuttings. The show visits an inspiring daffodil breeder in Northern Ireland who encourages us all to think about planting drifts of fabulous spring colour and Carol Klein travels to Wales and explores the intriguing world of the Eupatorium with a passionate gardener who has a rare and spectacular collection. Monty reveals a simple and quick way of building a garden seat when he begins a new project of making a woodland glade. With champion-sized trees and goblet-shaped flowers, magnolias are one this season’s star performers. Joe Swift is at one of the country's award winning garden centres. Monty Don gives advice on how to deal with overcrowded clumps of summer flowering bulbs and plants yew to make a start on creating a topiary Nellie. Joe Swift aims to win a coveted RHS medal for the show garden, while Carol explores the RHS Floral Marquee, Rachel takes a look at the show gardens, Monty mans the seed swap and Michelle Robinson offers her take on the best gardening day out of the year. Monty Don, Joe Swift and Carol Klein go behind the scenes to meet the show garden designers and the nursery men and women who make this event so special. This week on Gardeners World, Monty Don is searching for signs of our long-delayed spring in his garden at Longmeadow. Monty Don gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the impressive displays, plants and show gardens on offer. Gardeners' World. Joe visits an award winning allotment site at Stoke on Trent. He takes a close look at how design and colour can evoke mood in a garden. We have a long Easter weekend ahead to get to grips with timely gardening tasks and Monty Don has plenty of ideas of what to do now. We visit a radical project in London, which provides people without any garden at all with a place to cultivate plants. With Geoff Hamilton, Dr Stefan Buczacki and Nigel Colborn. Gardeners World episode 1 2002: Alan Titchmarsh reveals the changes he has made to his garden over the winter and reveals his new plans for the year. The team are at the 30th RHS Malvern Spring Festival, where they are on the hunt for ideas we can all draw inspiration from for our own gardens. The Royal Horticultural Society at Harlow Carr and Rosemoor present their best plants. She finds out how they manage to protect their vast collection over the winter months. As a response to a keen gardener's cry for help, Carol gives a masterclass on successful seed sowing and shows what mix of compost to use, how to sow different sizes of seed, how to water them and what aftercare they need. Joe visits Charles Rutherfoord, architect and chair of the Society of Garden Designers to talk to him about the unique design of his own small garden. Carol Klein celebrates ornamental grasses, Adam Frost travels to Peterborough to find out about the work of a Children in Need project for disadvantaged and vulnerable youngsters, while Nick Bailey gives a guide on how to build a cold-frame for an affordable price. Carol Klein visits one of Britain's most inspirational winter gardens, Anglesey Abbey, and discovers that even in the darkest winter months gardens can still delight the senses with colour, fragrance and architectural beauty. Now that rambling roses have finished flowering, Monty turns his attention to pruning and tying in new growth for a good display next year. And we travel to Abergavenny to visit the garden of a sweet pea enthusiast, to get her top tips for growing the best blooms. Carol is at Logan Botanic Garden near Stranraer, known for its colourful, exotic borders. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords; Advanced Search. Toby Buckland gets stuck into building an ingenious herb spiral - an easy build with a cunning design allowing all the herbs you like to cook with to be grown in one small but beautiful planter. The team meet an extraordinary gardener from Swansea, whose upper limb difference has not deterred her from growing and creating a garden which is both productive and beautiful. As summer draws to a close there are loads of tasks to be getting on with. And in the third of her fascinating films about how plants work, Carol Klein investigates the science of stems. Weather permitting, Joe will join Monty in his garden to get to grips with lining his newly created pond giving plenty of advice for anyone wanting to use water in the garden. From clematis and roses for full sun to plants for more shady places we get his top recommendations for varieties along with techniques for planting success. Adam Frost is at a community garden in Oxfordshire, created to provide ongoing support for sufferers of Parkinson's disease. There is a visitor at Longmeadow this week when Rachel de Thame lends Monty a hand as he refreshes his dry garden with plants that will thrive in tricky growing conditions. The first episode was filmed in 1968, presented by Ken Burras and came from Oxford Botanical Gardens. And in his quest to track down some of the nation's most remarkable allotments, Joe Swift visits a tropical paradise in Runcorn. Monty takes a sneak peak at the floral marquee before the show opens and then he searches for the perfect plants to add to his cottage garden, as well as checking out some of the ideas for sustainable gardening at the show. Plus, an interview with a woman whose passion for bees is inspiring young beekeepers at a school in Huddersfield. 20/23. At Longmeadow this week, Monty reaps a harvest from the vegetable garden, plants up a seasonal pot and gives a masterclass on how to make the perfect compost. Carol Klein will be answering a viewer's letter with advice on gardening to provide a habitat for wildlife. Carol Klein seeks out the best plants in the floral marquee, while Frances Tophill, Nick Bailey, Arit Anderson and Mark Lane look at inspirational planting ideas. A hosta National Collection holder shares the secrets of his propagating success, and Rachel de Thame pays a visit to the garden of theatre impresario Sir Cameron Mackintosh. Carol Klein continues to explore the wonders of the fauna visiting our gardens and travels to Shaftesbury to meet wildlife enthusiast Brigit Strawbridge. With thoughts of fresh posies and sweet smelling summer blooms, Toby Buckland has plans for a cutting garden at Greenacre. Carol starts the first week of a longer project in the cottage garden where she is transforming a small space for shade-loving plants. At Longmeadow, Monty refreshes a container of overgrown herbs, plants alpines in a pot and revisits the shrub and perennial cuttings he took a few weeks ago. Toby looks back at his favourite moments during Greenacre's first year - from the creation of a stunning twilight border to tips on encouraging wildlife and the first successes of the vegetable gardens. And Radio One DJ Sarah Cox invites us into her own garden to see how she and her family have benefited from her first year of growing vegetables. As well as offering seasonal hints and tips, the presenter embarks on a mission to reduce the use of plastic in his garden, starting by exploring alternative containers to use for seed sowing. Plus, Adam Frost joins a group of gardeners in Worksop where gardening has helped to create a sense of community and wellbeing, and Nick Bailey finds out more about the lily beetle. Rachel de Thame shows a viewer how to get to grips with pruning an overgrown shrubbery, and divides and plants easy perennials for a blaze of summer colour. At Longmeadow, Monty checks the progress of the potatoes he planted earlier in the year and recommends plants for dry shade under trees. Rachel meets a couple from Hampshire who have created their entire garden around their obsession for one plant, the hosta. Monty Don shows what to do now to maximise next year's soft fruit crop by pruning his summer raspberries and planting on the strawberry runners he potted up a few weeks ago. There is another chance to see Mark Lane travel to Oxfordshire to look at how ornamental grasses, perennials and annuals can be used in planting design to create exciting combinations, and the team meets a gardener in Northamptonshire who uses the plants in her garden to extract natural dyes for fabrics. As the longest day of the year approaches, there is more time for everyone to be outside and enjoy the garden and Monty is no exception. Rachel de Thame brings memories of Noel Coward and of the summer just passed when she visits Julian Clary in his garden. There's another chance to see highlights of the class and find out how each one has developed new horticultural skills. Toby Buckland and Alys Fowler explore ways of making gardens more bee friendly. At Longmeadow, Monty Don cuts back and divides spring flowering plants, gives advice on the pruning, dead-heading and staking of roses and shows how to keep ponds looking good. The story of the founding of the Royal Horticultural Society. Joe Swift visits an urban vineyard in Hackney, East London to find out which grapes can be grown at home. Mark Lane is in Hackney, finding out how a car wrecker's yard at the side of a Tudor National Trust property has been transformed into an award-winning garden used by the local community. Despite a slow start to the year, their magnificent magnolias are starting to bloom and she also joins in with the replanting of a border and gets their advice on the care and planting of tree ferns. At the height of summer, it is time to ensure that fruits and vegetables are given attention to ensure maximum cropping. Frances Tophill meets a Norfolk gardener who, at 97, still gardens every day, while Adam Frost takes a look at a new garden at RHS Wisley that has been planted up with tropical plants. And Monty Don is at Longmeadow where he reveals the secrets of his success when making homemade compost. Monty looks back over what's happened at Berryfields over the last few weeks. Carol catches up with Geoff and Sally Davis to find out how their garden renovation project is coming along. Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame kick off the flower show season at the Malvern Spring Gardening Show. Monty Don plans ahead, giving advice on what to sow now to keep the crops coming up to the end of autumn. Monty is also sharing viewers' tips on how to overcome the onslaught of slugs and snails as well as showing us how to successfully reseed bare patches in the lawn. Monty Don advises on essential summer pruning, and offers tips for preparing the garden for time spent away on holiday. With gardens now going into hibernation, Monty Don is busy lifting and storing tender plants to keep over winter. As the last days of summer start to fade and autumn takes hold, it is time to start planning ahead for next year. 15/23. We visit a couple that moved to a cottage in Cornwall and used their mastery of flower and foliage colour to turn a thin stretch of land into a beautiful garden. 14/23. A visit to Adam Frost's garden, catching up on his new patio project and finding out what his plans are for the autumn. Get up to 50% off a luxury towel set! A look at the way in which we garden and how it is changing. New projects are on his mind as he begins to mark out a brand new area at Longmeadow. At Longmeadow, Monty Don catches up on jobs to keep the garden looking good all summer long. And in the final instalment of her cut flower diary, Rachel de Thame shares her tips on how to cut and arrange flowers as she prepares for a family party. Plus, the iris enthusiast in Gloucestershire who is attempting to collect all the varieties created by one of her ancestors. His rhubarb patch and introduces a local beekeeper arrives with a passion for bees is inspiring beekeepers! 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