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April 8, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e02.

Winter hasn't been too cruel this year, but Carole is still hoping to find out how hardy the plants are that she deliberately left in the ground last year to test their resilience, meanwhile, George takes a look at his winter stem border that's full of plants that have been shining out in the darker months. Undercover, the glasshouse is a hive of activity at this time and Jim is sowing for Scotland. Chris continues to work on the pond area of the garden, planting a range of grasses on the banking, but it's perhaps a little too early for the waders. Carole visits retired doctor and artist David Hawson, who has created a fascinating topiary garden in Monymusk.


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April 8, 2017

Gardeners World s50e05.

Monty gives his advice on the best apples and pears to grow in small spaces when he begins to plant up his new fruit garden and gets on with planning for colour when he plants summer flowering bulbs. As April gets under way, Carol Klein chooses the humble primrose as her plant of the month, and we meet a couple from Yorkshire who have a passion for growing fruit and have filled their garden with over 100 fruit trees, and as part of the programme's 50th anniversary, Joe Swift makes the case for his golden jubilee plant, the one he thinks has had the most impact on British gardens over the last half century.


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April 7, 2017

Garden News 08-04-17


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April 7, 2017

Amateur Gardening Magazine 08-04-17


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April 7, 2017

Birds & Blooms Magazine Extra Jan 2016


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April 6, 2017

Montrose: Life in a Garden


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April 6, 2017

Creating the Low-Budget Homestead


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April 6, 2017

Chickens Magazine Oct 2016


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April 5, 2017

The Beginner’s Ultimate Guide To Low Cost Gardening


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April 5, 2017

The Tree Climber’s Guide


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