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October 29, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e27 2011.

Monty Don gets going with autumn garden maintenance whilst looking back over the year and reviewing his borders to see which plants have done well and which haven’t. As he clears annuals that are past their best, he plans a colourful display for late spring by planting up the garden with tulips. Carol Klein is […] […]

October 22, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e26 2011.

With autumn well under way, some plants in the garden need to be brought in under cover. Monty Don makes a start by insulating his greenhouse to provide a winter home for all sorts of tender plants and gives his tips and techniques for ensuring their survival until next year. Carol Klein visits the garden […] […]

October 15, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e25 2011.

At Longmeadow, Monty is planning for next summer by sowing a batch of sweet peas. He wants to find out, by sowing a batch now and another next spring, whether the flowering and general performance of the plants will differ. Carol Klein is amongst the leaves, bark and berries at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire […] […]

October 8, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e24 2011.

Monty Don has advice on how to successfully store an apple crop so it will last through winter, and explains why he thinks it high time wall flowers came back into fashion. With tomatoes now over, Monty clears his greenhouse and plans for next year by planting garlic in the vegetable garden. Carol is home […] […]

October 1, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e23 2011.

In a special programme which comes from all four of the Royal Horticultural Society gardens, the Gardeners’ World team are out on the road exploring how each location’s differing climate affects the plants they grow and getting plenty of gardening tips along the way. Carol Klein introduces the programme from Wisley in Surrey, one of […] […]

September 24, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e22 2011.

Monty Don shows how to take cuttings from favourite roses to bulk up stock for free. He looks ahead to summer 2012 by planting foxgloves he’s raised from seed, along with autumn onions for a bumper crop in June. Carol Klein is at Glebe Cottage collecting seeds from her favourite flowers with a view to […] […]

September 10, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e21 2011.

With bees in mind, Monty Don plans for spring by planting some early nectar sources for them, using bulbs which flower early in the year, namely crocus and winter aconites. He also selects some asters which will not only give colour for autumn but will also help bees build up their nectar reserves to help […] […]

September 3, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e20 2011.

Monty Don shows what to do now to maximise next year’s soft fruit crop by pruning his summer raspberries and planting on the strawberry runners he potted up a few weeks ago. As Monty harvests September’s abundance in the vegetable garden he makes notes of the tastiest varieties he has grown this year which he […] […]

August 27, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e19 2011.

Monty Don unveils his plans for a wet meadow. He starts by planting herbaceous perennials that will thrive in heavy soils and also look good amidst the long grass. He also pots-on his salvia cuttings and explains the benefits of planting ‘green manure’ in the veg patch. Now that he has harvested his potatoes, that […] […]

August 20, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e18 2011.

Monty Don is planning ahead and planting autumn-flowering crocus at Longmeadow. Also for autumn colour, he’s adding cyclamen to the spring garden, and has tips on how to get a great show from them. Joe Swift visits Marks Hall, a surprising but inspiring modern garden created within the original walls of a Victorian kitchen garden. […] […]