Thordis Fridriksson and Alan Gray take your gardening calls.
As Fairhaven marks 40 years Thordis meets the man who made the garden, George Debbage.
Thordis takes a tour of Kew's Kitchen Garden with Horticulturalist Joe Archer.
Thordis and Alan Gray guide you around Blickling Hall's walled garden as it's restored.
Thordis talks to Professor Caroline Dean about how plants know when to grow.
Thordis and the gardeners give sustainability tips and answer questions in Norwich.
Thordis hears how Norwich gardeners are getting ready to swap for the first time!
The Rt Revd Graham James launches the Norfolk yellow book in his garden.
Thordis looks into the meanings behind various flowers.
Thordis and her team consider snowdrop alternatives from Winter aconites to Witch hazel.
As Potato Day celebrates 20 years, Thordis looks ahead to the event.
Thordis hears how you and your garden can help with the RSPB's avian census.
Thordis goes beneath the surface of our gardens to talk soil with scientist Jacob Malone.
Thordis continues her report on Norwich Farmshare, plus volunteering at Fairhaven.
Thordis meets the group behind a local community produce-sharing project.
Thordis, Alan and the team look back at the year's horticultural highlights.
Thordis tests the horticultural mettle of her gardeners with the big quiz.
Thordis meets former Garden Party panellist Nick, who heads The Chelsea Physic Garden.
Thordis and Alan Gray head to the gardening world's answers to the Oscars.
Thordis and Ian Roofe have a go at some last minute planting in the greenhouse.
Alongside the usual experts, we hear from Bob Flowerdew, Matthew Wilson and Matt Biggs.
Thordis meets the Norfolk woman making bees her business. Plus your questions answered!
Thordis and the gardeners celebrate your squash-growing efforts!
Gardening Guru Ian Roofe joins Thordis at the patch for a review and some planting!
Thordis heads out mushroom hunting with leading mycologist Tony Leech.
Thordis hears how great gardening ideas for the community could win funding.
Thordis and the gardeners celebrate the humble apple.
Thordis pays a visit to one of the region's most celebrated nurseries.
As Chas and Dave head to Norfolk, Thordis catches up with Chas about his allotment.
Thordis and the team are live at the Pensthorpe nature reserve near Fakenham.