Nick Baker visits a small community in Devon which is practising 'permaculture'.
Charlotte Smith visits the Sheffield school which is growing its own food.
Eating your garden - James Wong guides us through eating your dahlias and hostas.
Alex James is in Kent to visit one of the country's biggest orchards.
Lionel Kelleway is guided by two National Trust experts around a 100-year-old orchard.
Adam visits Kew Gardens to root amongst the foliage and reveal the latest in plant science
On a Shropshire hillside ancient holly trees reveal an astonishing relationship with rowan
Dr Mark Porter investigates what harm we can do to ourselves in the garden.
Artist Zarah Hussain reflects on gardening, roses and cultural identity.
Nature knows best- advice from 'Wilding' author Isabella Tree
Can growing food can improve our mental health? Isabel talks to JK, a recovering alcoholic
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates on creatures likely to be found in log piles and long grass.
Felicity Evans visits the autumnal orchards of Herefordshire.
What impact is the trend for fake turf and artificial plants having on the environment?
A useful and engaging guide to the wildlife of garden walls and stones.
Alan Dein visits the allotmenteers of Hastings to find out what their land means to them.
Paul Evans discovers the importance of soil to the quality of our future environment.
Alice Roberts investigates the loss of vitamins and minerals from our staple foods.
Alice Roberts meets the people making Britain's wasteland grow.
The Plum Prospects for Orchard Conservation: Brett Westwood on new conservation measures.
Trees, shrubs and umbrellas! With Brett Westwood and Phil Gates.
Verity Sharp wants to turn her small Wiltshire garden into a haven for wildlife.
Paul Evans questions the benefits of gardening for wildlife.