Monty Don and Joe Swift discover how Andy Sturgeon is recycling Chelsea Flower Show gardens of the past. Arit Anderson reveals the stories behind the conceptual gardens.
Monty Don and Joe Swift take a first look at the Royal Horticultural Society's Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. In the first of three programmes, Monty, Joe and a team of experts review the diverse range of show gardens and discover how multi award-winning designer Andy Sturgeon is recycling Chelsea Flower Show gardens of the past.
Arit Anderson reveals the stories behind the conceptual gardens, and Adam Frost begins his nightly guide on how best to use plants in the design of his own garden. Carol Klein is in the floral marquee, looking at the best of the high summer exhibits, while Rachel de Thame demonstrates how to get the most out of your flowering border plants for the rest of the summer.
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|Presenter||Rachel de Thame|
|Series Producer||Stephen Martin|
|Executive Producer||Paolo Proto|
|Production Manager||Mel Hoffman|