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September 24, 2016

Gardeners World s49e26.

There is plenty of advice from Longmeadow this week as Monty starts to tidy up the garden for autumn and reviews this year's display in the jewel garden. In the final part of Carol Klein's series on plant families, she looks at the Apiaceae family, which includes not only stalwart and wildlife-friendly plants but also edible roots, and we pay a visit to a giant vegetable grower in Nottinghamshire who is hoping to break the world record with his carrots. In Lincolnshire, Adam Frost's designs begin taking shape when he starts to build raised beds for his contemporary kitchen garden, while Nick Bailey travels to a suburban garden in Windsor to tackle overgrown climbers and shrubs, and Jane Moore is in East Sussex where she discovers an exuberant garden and gardener whose small space is packed with plants, and Nick Macer discovers a garden in Kells Bay, Ireland, where the climate resembles an Atlantic rainforest.


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