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Episode 29

Monty revels in the early autumn colour in his garden, and in Scotland, Fish, from rock band Marillion, gives a tour of his garden and reveals how it has helped his mental health.

At Longmeadow, Monty revels in the early autumn colour in his garden, reviews how the tomatoes he grew from a late sowing have got on this season and gives advice on harvesting and storing apples. We return to Rachel de Thame’s garden to find out how the new garden project she started in the spring has developed over the summer and we travel to Scotland to meet Fish of the rock band Marillion who gives us a tour of his garden and reveals how it has helped his mental health as well as the creative process of making music. In Yorkshire we get a second chance to meet a couple who grow around 100 fruit trees and are self-sufficient in vegetables and in Germany, Arit Anderson finds out about the incredible transformation of a disused industrial site into a thriving and beautiful park.

59 minutes

Last on

Tue 13 Oct 2020 08:00

Credits

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

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