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September 18, 2016

Gardeners World s49e25.

September is the perfect time for planting and Monty adds some autumn flowering asters to his borders, as well as refreshing his strawberry beds with new stock. Carol Klein continues her series on plant families and this week, she takes a close look at one of the largest plant families in the world, the daisy family, and we pay a visit to a plant nursery in Hampshire, which specialises in growing plants - including many varieties of daisy - for attracting wildlife, and Nick Macer is in Essex where he discovers a garden where cacti are grown to monstrous proportions due, in part, to its microclimate. Garden doctor Nick Bailey is in Berkshire, where he provides a remedy for a patch of dry shade in a small back garden, while Jane Moore visits two tiny gardens on the sunny and shady side of the same street in Bristol to find out how their respective gardeners have designed the space. Adam Frost begins the first of his design projects in his new Lincolnshire garden.

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