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October 19, 2013

gardeners’ world s46e27 2013.

October 18th 2013.

Autumn is in full-swing at Longmeadow but the garden is still looking good. Monty is dividing his Pulmonaria to encourage a good display next spring and he will have some timely advice on protecting plants from the first frosts of the season. Joe is visiting a suburban oasis packed with tropical plants to find out what it takes to create and maintain exotic planting in a most unlikely location – an exposed back garden with heavy clay soil, just a few miles outside Bristol. Also, it's been a bumper year for berries and our native rowan trees are heavy with fruit. Carol is revealing the myth and magic of this favourite tree in the wild, before exploring a stellar array of rowans from around the world, in the shadow of the giant telescope at Jodrell Bank Observatory.

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