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Episode 16

Episode 16 of 32

Monty adds plants which give shelter to insects and invertebrates to his wildlife pond, and Carol Klein gives a comprehensive and seasonal guide to getting plants for free.

At Longmeadow, Monty gives tips on how to keep the garden looking good as well as how to maintain the vegetable plot for continuous crops. From her garden in Devon, Carol Klein gives a comprehensive and seasonal guide to getting plants for free and this time she turns her attention to popular climbers like honeysuckle and clematis. In Brighton we return to the urban garden of Kate Bradbury to discover how it is being used by wildlife, a year after she turned a barren plot into a thriving habitat.

Last summer, Rachel de Thame visited Kiftsgate Court Gardens in Gloucestershire to find out about the three generations of female gardeners who have made their mark on the garden. And there’s a second chance to see an Essex garden full of quirky detail and inspiration, despite a distinct lack of space. We also find out what gardeners up and down the country have been getting up to in their gardens in our viewers' videos.

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59 minutes

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Sun 5 Jul 2020 08:30

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Role Contributor
Presenter Monty Don
Presenter Rachel de Thame
Presenter Carol Klein
Executive Producer Gary Broadhurst
Production Manager Janelle Backes
Series Producer Sharon Fisher

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