Sarah Swadling hears how the Cornish daffodil harvest has been delayed by the big freeze.
Eating your garden - James Wong guides us through eating your dahlias and hostas.
Verity Sharp visits a florist and flower farm in Somerset.
Professor Dame Caroline Dean on why some plants need cold before they can flower.
Matt Naylor is trying to make the countryside a friendlier place for LGBTQ people.
Sheila Dillon steps into a vivid, flavour-filled and surprising world of citrus.
Brett Westwood explores the role daffodils play in art, medicine, literature and belief.
Paul Evans revels in the blooming of spring daffodils at Dymock in Gloucestershire.
The use of edible flowers by chefs and menu planners fuels a growing success in Devon.
Artist Zarah Hussain reflects on gardening, roses and cultural identity.
Helen Mark meets people inspired by flowers in Lincolnshire.
How do flowers get their shape? Bridget Kendall explores nature's mysteries.
Brett Westwood looks into the heart of a rose, the most extraordinary of flowers.
The Sicilian citrus farmers who protested in London about the decline of the industry.
Naturalist Richard Mabey considers the sultry beauty of the wild Snake's Head Fritillary.
Chris Sperring joins botanist Ray Woods in west Wales to search for the Tenby daffodil.
Richard Mabey gives an account of the natural and cultural history of the wild daffodil.
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