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April 21, 2012

gardener’s world s45e07 2012.

20th April 2012

If you have a shady spot in your garden that is bereft of flowers, then Monty Don has some great suggestions of stalwarts which not only thrive in those tricky conditions but return year after year. On the veg plot, he also shares his tips on putting up a runner bean support. Carol Klein discovers our native lungwort, the pulmonaria, growing prolifically in the woodlands and verges of the New Forest, and meets a woman who has been growing them in her Hampshire garden for over 15 years, Joe Swift travels to an allotment site in West Yorkshire to visit a vegetable grower who, using the power of manure, is already harvesting an astonishingly early bounty of potatoes, and we meet a gardener whose Essex garden is full of summer colour, all down to his passion for lilies.

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