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04/06/2010

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 04 June 2010

Anne Swithinbank, Bob Flowerdew, Matt Biggs and Eric Robson are guests of Leven & Brandesburton Horticultural Society near Hull.

We also revisit Emma Morris as her gardening deadline nears, in part three of our Listeners' Gardens series.

Producer: Lucy Dichmont
A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4.

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    Bob Flowerdew and Judy Burrow at Mires Beck Nursery – growers of wildflowers of Yorkshire Provenance.

  • Wildflowers

    Wildflowers

    Wildflower greenhouse at Mires Beck Nursery, East Ridings of Yorkshire.

  • Bluebells

    Bluebells

    English Bluebells at Mires Beck Nursery. These have lop-sided flowerheads and cream-coloured anthers.

  • Listeners' Gardens - Emma's Garden

    Listeners' Gardens - Emma's Garden

    Matthew Biggs revisits Emma Morris and family in Shrewsbury, as part of our Listeners’ Gardens series. They discuss where to grew melon plants.

  • Emma’s greenhouse

    Emma’s greenhouse

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