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April 23, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e07 2011.

Friday 22nd April 2011.

It's the busiest gardening weekend of the year and in a special hour-long programme for Easter there's plenty of inspiration to get our gardens kick started for the year ahead. At Longmeadow, Monty gets going on planting climbers for different aspects in his walled 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. Continuing the theme of garden boundaries, this week Carol Klein is in her own garden at Glebe cottage. She gets inspiration from the nearby Devon hedgerows to discover the kind of plants which thrive there and then uses some of their cultivated cousins to transform an unpromising area of her garden in the shadow of a fence.


Back at Longmeadow, as well as catching up with jobs on the veg plot and in the greenhouse, Monty begins the long and timely task of replanting his jewel garden with perennials in readiness for a bedazzling, gem-like display this summer.

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