Gardening magazine. Monty Don reviews the effects the winter weather had on his garden. Carol Klein visits a Welsh hillside garden.
Spring is nearly upon us and Gardeners' World is back with a new series. As usual, Monty Don is at Longmeadow where he sets out his plans for the coming year. This week, Monty reviews the effects the winter weather has had on his garden.
Carol Klein visits a Welsh hillside garden and delves into the botany of bulbs with a couple who have used a scientific approach to plant their garden with the earliest of spring flowers.
It is the perfect time of year to plant trees and Joe Swift gives us his guide to choosing the best ones for our gardens. And there is a glimmer of hope for gardeners who have had to cope with copious amounts of rainfall this year when we visit a garden which, last year, was brought back from the brink of destruction with spectacular results.
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Kent CT13 9EW
3½ acres of glorious gardens, hiding
behind the ancient city walls of Sandwich in Kent.
See the website for opening times. (www.the-salutation.com)
Carol visits this beautiful
1 acre garden in Wales, with stunning views and spring flowers.
See the website for opening times. (www.thegardenimpressionists.com)
|Series Producer||Chloe Rawlings|
|Executive Producer||Paolo Proto|