With Monty away for a week, this episode is based at Adam Frost’s garden in Cambridgeshire, and he gets to grips with planting up his gravel garden with spring colour.
With Monty away for a week, this episode of Gardeners’ World is based at Adam Frost’s garden in Cambridgeshire and he gets to grips with planting up his gravel garden with spring colour, sows some unusual vegetables and starts work on a new project.
Carol Klein is in Surrey where she is in the midst of a dazzling display of thousands of tulips. Frances Tophill makes the case for why we should be
planting trees for bees in our gardens, and Mark Lane visits Denmans Garden, the home of the late landscape designer John Brookes, to find out about the next chapter in its history. And we meet an enthusiast who gives us a masterclass in interior design with houseplants.
Tulips at Dunsborough Park
Carol visits Dunsborough Park to show us the incredible collection of Tulips on show. She also tells us how to look after these joys of spring in order to get the very best displays from them. We were blown away by their tulip meadow and if you were inspired to plant a few more later this year, here are a few that caught Carol’s eye.
Tulipa ‘Purissima’ – White Emperor Tulip
Tulipa ‘Tom Pouce’
Dunsborough Park is well worth a visit, and they have some open days coming up where you can go and explore for yourself. All the information of when they are is available on their website.
Dunsborough Park Gardens (www.dunsboroughpark.com)
|Series Producer||Sharon Fisher|
|Executive Producer||Gary Broadhurst|
|Production Manager||Caroline Morgan-Fletcher|