April 2, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e04 2011.

Friday 1st April 2011.

As April gets under way, at Longmeadow Monty Don begins the process of reinvigorating his Jewel Garden where, over the coming months, he will be using plants which will give an evolving tapestry of colour over the seasons. Beginning with structural plants, Monty recommends shrubs to give any border a richness of colour, either through their leaves or their flowers. Evergreen shrubs that are in their flowering prime right now are camellias, and Carol Klein revels in the glory of one the world's most renowned camellia collections when she visits Mount Edgcumbe on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall.

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March 30, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e05 2006.

Air date : 21st April 2006.

Today's theme is gardening for next to nothing, and so the team look at some of the best tips for making things for free, with Monty making a cold frame from a non-returnable pallet. He also starts the planting in his shade garden while Carol starts her new garden from seeds, cuttings and divisions.

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March 28, 2011

gardening australia s22e07 2011.

Sat 26 March 2011.

Leonie makes a rich potting mix for her tomato crop, creates a fertiliser from weeds and harvests a range of tropical fruit and veg. Jerry Coleby-Williams shows how easy it is to test the pH Levels of soil, and The Veggie Guide looks at what could be grown in veggie patches around the country now that the seasons are changing.

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March 26, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e03 2011.

Friday 25th March 2011.

British summer time means that, from Saturday, we all have an extra hour to get out in our gardens in the evenings just as the early spring display is coming into its own. At Longmeadow, Monty Don introduces us to the coppice, a woodland area where his favourite flower, the primrose, is in bloom.

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March 20, 2011

gardening australia s22e06 2011.

Sat 19 March 2011

Colin Campbell visits a passionate 80 year old orchid grower who lost his entire collection during the Queensland floods but who is determined to start again. John Patrick plants vegies for autumn including broccoli, leeks, mixed lettuce and a late crop of zucchini, and Jerry Coleby-Williams demonstrates a set and forget method for sowing seed.

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March 19, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e02 2011.

Friday 18th March 2011

As the winter draws to a close, work in the garden starts to step up gear. With the flowers and fruits of summer in mind, Monty Don gets going by planting pots of summer bulbs for colour and scent, passing on his secrets of success by using a variety of different planting techniques. He also reveals his plans for reinvigorating the area in his garden where perennials planted for their rich jewel-like colours need some attention. He shows that, by dividing and replanting some of the larger clumps now, he will get not only more plants but a better display later in the summer.

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March 15, 2011

gardening australia s22e05 2011.

Sat 12 March 2011

Colin Campbell answers viewer emails about dealing with flood damaged plants and gardens, Stephen Ryan visits a prolific productive garden created by two old friends in a rented suburban backyard. In the veggie patch, Tino Carnevale prunes and feeds the corn, plants a new crop of chillies and tackles a common fruit tree pest - pear and cherry slug.

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March 12, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e01 2011.

Friday 11th March 2011

Gardeners' World returns with Monty Don back at the helm, but this time in the garden at his own Herefordshire home - a place that he has lovingly nurtured for the last 20 years. With winter receding, Monty, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame are preparing for spring. As well as showing us round his garden, Monty lifts and divides snowdrops. He also gets his vegetable garden started by sowing beetroot and planting onions.

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March 11, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e04 2006.

Air date : 14th April 2006

Monty is in the dry garden at Berryfields, starting to plant up a new extended area, and discussing the biggest trend set to hit UK gardens this summer - drought. Carol champions wildlife gardening as her trend, and is busy planting nectar-rich early spring flowers.

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March 10, 2011

bush tucker man s02.

The Bush Tucker Man is the television name of Les Hiddins. A native Australian, Les has entered the popular consciousness through his TV series "The Bush Tucker Man".

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