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Gardeners’ World (30 September, 2011)

Gardeners’ World (30 September, 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 the country's southern 'hot spots'. She finds out how plants are assessed in their trial beds and how…

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Gardeners’ World (October 28, 2011)

Gardeners’ World (October 28, 2011): Monty Don gets going with some autumn garden maintenance whilst looking back over the year and reviewing his borders, checking which plants have done well and which haven't. As he clears annuals that are past their best, he plans a colorful display for late spring by planting up the garden with tulips.     Carol Klein is at Glebe Cottage continuing work on her new raised beds and taming an overgrown and unruly rambling rose,…

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Gardeners’ World (September 23, 2011)

Gardeners’ World (September 23, 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 planting up a new border as cheaply as possible. And Rachel de Thame is at Hook End Farm…

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Gardeners’ World (August 12, 2011)

Gardeners’ World ( August 12, 2011): Monty Don prunes the deciduous hedges that are key part of the structure and form of Longmeadow. He shows us how to shape and cut as well as share tips on the right tools for the job. He also plants dahlias and cannas in pots for colour that will last from now and into the autumn and will provide a vibrant replacement for the spent lilies.     Monty also heads to the capital…

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Gardeners’ World ( August 19, 2011)

Gardeners’ World ( August 19, 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. And Carol Klein is in Staffordshire with a couple who've created a garden for all seasons…

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