December 9, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e09 2010.

April 30th 2010.

This week Gardeners' World is coming from the 25th Malvern Spring show in Worcester, and they'll be showing all the highlights - from the manicured and perfect blooms in the marque, to the latest ideas in the show gardens.

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December 5, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e08 2010.

April 23rd 2010

The weather is warming up, and if you're planning to grow tender vegetables like sweetcorn or squash, now is the time to get them started. Alice has tips on direct-sowing hardy plants for cuttings and Toby has ideas for low maintenance, low cost borders with high summer colour and late winter stature.

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December 2, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e07 2010.

April 16th 2010.

Spring sunshine and April showers are doing their job as new life and vibrant colour comes bursting into gardens around the country. This week, the show looks at the perfect climbers to provide rapid cover and colour for walls and fences, theres top tips on growing fruit in small places, and there is a look at the brassica family.

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November 25, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e06 2010.

April 9th 2010.

April is amongst the busiest months for gardeners, so, spurred on by thoughts of home grown summer blooms, Toby has tips on creating a cutting garden. Alice visits one of the most stunning collections of magnolia trees in Britain, and Carole introduces us to some surprising members of the pea family.

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November 22, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e05 2010.

April 2nd 2010.

In this episode there's tips on planting clematis for year round colour, a visit to Tresco Abbey - home to some of the most exotic plants in Britain, and a fail safe way of getting that 'natural meadow' look to a bed or border. Also theres a look at the best trees to plant in small gardens.

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November 21, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e04 2010.

March 26th 2010.

Its time to get the veg patch underway, so theres tips on growing quick crops in small spaces. Theres also advice on how to get the best from Camellias, and a look at what makes the perfect hedge for a garden.

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November 21, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e03 2010.

March 19th 2010

Spring is almost around the corner, and with that in mind theres top tips on planting colourful bedding plants, advice on finding nectar rich plants that help attract bee's to your garden, and the team take a close look at a British classic - the Primula.

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November 19, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e02 2010.

March 12th 2010

Toby Buckland creates a new pergola at Greenacre while Joe maintains the prairie border. The Royal Horticultural Society show some rose pruning techniques at Hyde Hall and At Castle Howard, Brian Deighton gives a tour of the stately home's rose garden.

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November 15, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e01 2010

March 5th 2010

Toby looks at the best varieties of snowdrop available for the garden and offers tips on the the best strains of tomatoes. Joe joins Toby as they get the fruit garden under way while at Glebe Cottage, Carol takes a closer look at the Hellebore family. Also in this program, Alys plants some sweet peas for picking during the summer.

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November 12, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e32 2006.

15th December 2006

Joe Swift looks back over the evolution of the three new presenter gardens. From blank canvas to beautiful new gardens, we see the evolution of Monty's lush shady garden, Carol's garden from seeds and cuttings, and Joe's small and functional family garden.

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