4/4 Nymans was one of the most fashionable gardens of the Edwardian and interwar years.
11/15 Christine Walkden heads for the lakes and fells of Cumbria to visit some more gardens.
2/10 Carol Klein praises daffodils and Chris Beardshaw campaigns for blossom.
4/6 At the halfway point, the six remaining gardeners must grow perfectly uniform tomatoes.
10/10 Diarmuid Gavin flies the flag for wildlife gardens and Charlie Dimmock praises peonies.
9/10 Joe Swift flies the flag for the bog garden and Alys Fowler praises soft fruit.
3/4 Biddulph Grange takes the visitor on a journey around the world from China to Egypt.
8/10 James Wong flies the flag for lilies and Christine Walkden praises woodland plants.
10/15 Christine is in the air above two glorious Gloucestershire gardens.
3/6 The seven remaining gardeners must present lilies in a floral candelabra.