To celebrate Allotment Week, Thordis and her team hear about life on a Norfolk allotment.
Thordis and her gardeners bring you the highlights from the Sandringham Flower Show.
Thordis talks to the newly elected President of the RHS, Sir Nicholas Bacon.
Thordis talks to Norfolk author Simon Harrap about his new field guide to Wild Flowers.
Thordis and her team review Norfolk's success at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Thordis takes a tour of one of Norwich's secret gardens.
Thordis and her team look back at the horticultural offerings at this year's show.
Thordis looks ahead to all things green at the show. Plus a trip to a town garden in Eaton
Thordis chats to Gardeners' Question Time host Peter Gibbs and visits The Dutch House.
Thordis and her team come live from East Ruston for their garden event.
Thordis and Ian Roofe head to The Garden Party Vegetable Patch to sow some late crops.
Thordis looks back at Chelsea and heads out for a look around Annie Tempest's garden.
Thordis and the team chat Chelsea, including a trip to Chelsea supplier Howard Nurseries.
Thordis Fridriksson takes a tour of the gardens at Hoveton Hall. Plus your calls.
Thordis visits another local garden which is opening for charity, and takes your calls.
Thordis looks around the garden at The Lake House in Brundall. Plus your questions.
Thordis Fridriksson and Alan Gray are live outside The Forum, for a special show.
Thordis heads out for a tour of the spring garden at Plovers Hill in Strumpshaw.
Norfolk beekeeper Paul Metcalf discusses the possible ban of some pesticides.
2012 was the worst year for UK butterflies. Thordis finds out how Norfolk's are doing.
Thordis and her gardening panel attempt to work out where spring has disappeared off to.
Thordis and her panel of gardeners with more fun chat and your horticultural queries.
Thordis chats to TV gardener Christine Walkden.
Thordis hears the latest on the slug problem, and visits an open garden in West Beckham.
Thordis and the panel talk Iris reticulata, rhubarb and cut flowers.
Thordis and gardeners Alan Gray, Richard Hobbs and Joe Whitehead take your calls.
Thordis meets the head gardener at Great Dixter in Sussex, and the panel take your calls.
Thordis is joined by Alan Gray, Ben Potterton and Joe Whitehead to take your calls.
Thordis Fridriksson and her team of experts take your calls on gardening problems.
Thordis concludes her series on British native wildflowers with a look at wetland plants.