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July 8, 2017

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017.

Monty Don and Joe Swift take a first look at the Royal Horticultural Society's Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. In the first of three programmes, Monty, Joe and a team of experts review the diverse range of show gardens and discover how multi award-winning designer Andy Sturgeon is recycling Chelsea Flower Show gardens of the past.

  • Ep1:
    Arit Anderson reveals the stories behind the conceptual gardens, and Adam Frost begins his nightly guide on how best to use plants in the design of his own garden. Carol Klein is in the floral marquee, looking at the best of the high summer exhibits, while Rachel de Thame demonstrates how to get the most out of your flowering border plants for the rest of the summer.
  • Ep2:
    Monty Don and Joe Swift are joined by Carol Klein, Rachel De Thame, Adam Frost, Toby Buckland and Nick Bailey at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Monty tours the new RHS Kitchen Garden and Joe takes a look around a garden designed for blind veterans. Carol explores the Rose Marquee to uncover the new varieties on display. Adam continues his series looking at how to best use plants when designing your dream garden, whilst Nick reveals the science behind scent.
  • Ep3:
    Monty Don, Joe Swift and the team continue their tour of the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Arit Anderson and Mark Lane take a look at the show gardens designed to deliver powerful messages, whilst Monty meets the designer who is greening up Britain's brownfield spaces. Nick Bailey investigates how best to care for orchids and Toby Buckland showcases the best house plants at the show. Carol Klein reveals the pollinators best suited to British gardens, whilst Rachel de Thame meets the team putting Australasian plants on the map here in the UK. Adam Frost concludes his masterclass on how plants can maximise your own garden's design credentials.

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