5/26 Jim takes a look at his trial of new versus old daffodils.
5/6 In September and October it's harvest time and there's tidying and collecting to be done.
8/31 Everything in the garden is shooting up, so it's time to lift and divide perennials.
8/10 James Wong flies the flag for lilies and Christine Walkden praises woodland plants.
3/4 It's autumn at Kew, and the vegetable garden is set to produce a bumper harvest.
5/12 Calina tours Dunvegan Castle gardens, plus growing ginger indoors.
4/26 Jim plants heirloom vegetables and there is a visit to Scone Palace garden.
7/31 James Alexander-Sinclair celebrates magnolias by visiting Borde Hill Garden in West Sussex
7/10 Carol Klein flies the flag for conifers and Tom Hart Dyke praises pelargoniums.
2/4 Summer has arrived, bringing new crops such as carrots, strawberries and cacao.