Monty Don shows which plants need protection from the elements, plants out berried shrubs to help feed wildlife in the winter, harvests pumpkins and shows how to make use of fallen autumnal leaves.
In the final programme of the series, Monty is in the jewel garden showing which plants need protection from the elements now and which ones can be left until after the first frosts. He also plants out berried shrubs to help feed wildlife in the winter, harvests pumpkins and shows how to make use of fallen autumnal leaves.
Carol Klein shows the planting partners still making an impact in the borders of the Bishop’s Palace and Gardens in Somerset, and Adam Frost is in the Cotswolds finding out about some surprising planting schemes designed with animals in mind.
Frances Tophill summarises her first season on her allotment in Kent and Rachel de Thame updates her containers to ensure that they give interest for the upcoming seasons ahead. And, earlier this year, Nick Bailey visited Forde Abbey and met its head gardener to learn about the secrets behind the success of the abbey’s acclaimed display of tulips.
|Presenter||Rachel de Thame|
|Series Producer||Sharon Fisher|
|Executive Producer||Gary Broadhurst|
|Production Manager||Caroline Morgan-Fletcher|