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November 20, 2016

Gardeners’ World s41e02 2008.

Carol Klein celebrates spring in the West Country. Carol shares her propagation secrets from her home garden in Devon, with tips on primroses and tulips.


November 8, 2016

Gardeners’ World s41e01 2008.

Monty is back at Berryfields finishing off Winter gardening jobs and getting ready for new challenges and new projects for the garden. He’s joined by Alys Fowler, Berryfields’ head gardener, and together they plan and plant a small orchard of heritage apple, pear and plum varieties. There’s also a look at projects across […]

May 6, 2015

Gardeners’ World s41e23 2008.

Autumn is approaching, and that can mean the perfect time for planting, so Toby takes the time to put in some winter bedding plants. Joe returns to his allotment after his holiday while Carol explains how to get more plants for free, and Alice is cutting back the meadow by the pond.


April 28, 2015

Gardeners’ World s41e22 2008.

New presenter Toby Buckland tackles gardening jobs brought on by a wet summer, including dealing with clematis wilt and thinning out overgrown plants. Carol Klein looks at how to cope with a dry shady area under a stone wall, while Joe Swift adds new bulbs to a previously hidden area in the Spring […]

April 3, 2015

Gardeners’ World s41e21 2008.

Presenter Rachel de Thame fulfils a lifelong ambition by creating a 20-metre border from scratch using planting combinations she could previously only dream about.


March 17, 2015

Gardeners’ World s41e18 2008.

In this hour long episode, Joe Swift prepares his allotment for when he is on holiday, and ethnobotanist James Wong demonstrates garden plants that are endangered in the wild. Sweet peas are scrutinised by the RHS at Wisley, while society members at Harlow Carr and Rosemoor advise on looking after tomatoes. Plus, Carol […]

March 20, 2013

gardeners’ world s41e19 2008 – cottage gardens.

Rachel de Thame studies the history of the classic country garden, examining the adaptations needed if they are to survive climate change. As She plans a contemporary version for her own Cotswold home, the presenter journeys around the country to find the best examples of the quintessentialy English horticultural design.


March 10, 2013

gardeners’ world s41e20 2008.

Britain has a unique heritage of wild flowers and yet many have been lost or are under threat as our woodlands and natural meadows shrink to all time lows. The repercussion means a constant threat to many species of wildlife. So can we stop the decline? Presenter Sarah Raven, daughter of acclaimed British […]