Gardening show packed with good ideas, tips, advice from experts and timely reminders to get the most out of your garden, whatever its size or type.
Futó sorozat 1968.01 - 2021.04 | 60 perc @BBC Two , GB
Galéria Monty Don (Presenter), Carol Klein (Presenter), Adam Frost (Presenter), Joe Swift (Presenter), Frances Tophill (Presenter), Nick Bailey (Presenter), Arit Anderson (Presenter), Rachel de Thame (Presenter), Sue Kent (Presenter) És a többiek Advolly Richmond (Presenter), Toby Buckland (Presenter), Kate Bradbury (Presenter), JJ Chalmers (Presenter), Rekha Mistry (Presenter)
Monty and team share the best practical gardening advice, meet passionate plantspeople up and down the country, and provide inspiration with visits to some of the UK's most remarkable gardens.
At Longmeadow, Monty embarks on an exciting new project, sows perennial seeds and gives a tree planting masterclass. Adam Frost visits a garden in Suffolk, where an imaginative selection of evergreen planting creates structure and interest all year round, and Frances Tophill celebrates a national collection of cyclamen in a garden on the edge of Dartmoor.
At Exbury Gardens in Hampshire, we meet the head gardener who shares his love of camellias, and we visit an extraordinary garden in Kent inspired by the famous borders at Great Dixter. Viewers also share what they have been getting up to in their gardens.
With spring just around the corner, Monty makes a start on his bog garden and demonstrates how to divide perennials and get plants for free.
Rachel de Thame visits a garden in Kent, a labour of love where meticulous planning, discipline and precision have cleverly extended the season, and Arit Anderson plants up a seasonal container inspired by the colours of spring.
We meet an allotmenteer in north west London who loves to experiment with growing unusual and heritage vegetables to use in her cooking, and a couple of plantaholics with a passion for rare and unusual plants show us around their garden, created on the site of a former nursery in Cambridgeshire. Viewers also share their gardening exploits.
Monty gets stuck into some seasonal jobs at Longmeadow.
Nick Bailey heads to Bodnant Garden in north Wales to find out how the team are tackling the recent storm damage and what new planting opportunities have been created. Frances Tophill meets a couple new to gardening who have created a garden that is both productive and ornamental in a long, narrow plot at their home in Somerset.
GP Amir Khan shares the health benefits of gardening and spending time in green spaces at his wildlife friendly garden in Leeds. In Lincolnshire, meanwhile, we visit a grower who champions the hollyhock, as custodian of the national collection of this cottage garden favourite.
Viewers also share what they've been up to in their gardens.
In this week's episode, Monty gets involved in more seasonal tasks at Longmeadow.
Carol Klein celebrates the spring highlights at Beth Chatto's Gardens in Essex, and Toby Buckland is in Cornwall to meet a gardener who fell out of love with gardening but has recently rediscovered his passion for plants through texture and sound. We meet a gardener in South Yorkshire who is fanatical about ferns and we discover there is an alpine for any aspect on a visit to a garden in Hampshire. Gardeners' World viewers also share what they have been up to in their gardens.
Monty continues planting up perennials in his recently extended orchard beds and begins a redesign in the dry garden.
Toby Buckland explores the impressive collection of heritage daffodils at Cotehele in Cornwall, and we visit JJ Chalmers at home in Scotland as he gets stuck into some seasonal jobs.
A couple in Birmingham share their experimental garden, which has been curated like a living art gallery with cacti, ferns and air plants at the heart of its design. With over 600 plants in her collection, we visit a passionate pelargonium grower in Hertfordshire. Gardeners' World viewers also share what they've been up to in their gardens.
It's the Easter bank holiday, and at Longmeadow, Monty turns his attention to planting up his new bog garden, sows cucumber and melon seeds and continues with changes to the dry garden.
Adam Frost heads to a beautiful walled garden that is both ornamental and productive in West Sussex. It's the first visit of the year to Sue Kent's garden near Swansea as she reveals news about an exciting new project. In Lancashire, we meet a national collection holder of hepatica, and a houseplant enthusiast shares his passion for indoor gardening.
Gardeners' World viewers also share the joy that their gardens bring them.
Monty continues his revamp of the dry garden, repots succulents and plants up a window box ideal for a shady spot.
Adam Frost goes back to basics and gives advice for viewers who are starting a garden from scratch, and Frances Tophill visits a garden in north London which has growing produce sustainably at its core. We meet a gardener in Manchester who has combined his love of pottery and plants, and an aeonium enthusiast from Shropshire shares her collection of over 300 varieties.
There's also another chance to see what Gardeners' World viewers have been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty plants tender perennials, including salvias and gingers, in the Jewel Garden, brings his citrus plants out from their winter protection and plants primulas in his new bog garden.
As tulip season reaches its glorious peak, Rachel de Thame visits a dazzling display of this spring favourite at a garden in Gloucestershire, and Joe Swift checks out a pub garden with a difference in East Sussex.
We meet a gardener who loves to experiment on his allotment in Bristol and a GP in north London with a passion for growing citrus plants. There's also another chance to see what Gardeners' World viewers have been getting up to in their gardens.
Gardeners' World comes from the RHS Malvern Spring Festival. Adam Frost and Arit Anderson reveal the highlights of the show gardens and this year's must-have flowers and plants on display in the Floral Marquee.
We meet a pond plant specialist in Lincolnshire who is exhibiting at the festival for the first time, and in the run-up to the show, we visit a family nursery with a passion for the jewel-like auricula.
Carol Klein celebrates the range of blossom on show at this time of year at Batsford Arboretum in the Cotswolds, and in Worcestershire Nick Bailey revels in one of the stars of the early summer garden – the peony.
There's been a huge surge of interest in houseplants over the last couple of years, so Frances Tophill and Nick Bailey celebrate the joys of indoor gardening in a special programme from Oxford Botanic Garden.
Rachel de Thame visits a nursery in Devon which specialises in growing the ever-popular orchid. We meet an interior designer in London, whose use of houseplants at home has allowed him to reconnect with nature. A self-confessed plantaholic gives us a tour of the indoor jungle he's created at home in Worcestershire, and we meet a gardener in Manchester who gardens on his balcony 18 floors up.
We also look at the latest trends and must have houseplants of the moment, giving the best practical advice on how to care for houseplants and showing how to grow your own for free.
Monty shows the range of vegetables that can be easily grown in containers if you are short on space, moves ornamental grasses and sows zinnias.
Nick Bailey gives us an insight into the bearded iris in Buckinghamshire, and Sue Kent shares an update on the progress of her first ever show garden, destined for the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
We meet a gardener in Lincolnshire with a passion for tropical plants, and there is another chance to see what Gardeners' World viewers have been getting up to in their gardens.
In this week's Gardeners' World, Monty Don shows how to get the best from tomatoes planted in grow bags, demonstrates how to divide agapanthus, and we catch up on developments in the recently revamped dry garden.
Adam Frost shares the progress at his new plot and tackles planting in a shady border against a north-facing wall. Frances Tophill meets a couple in Worcestershire who've created a garden inspired by their travels around the world.
We visit an allotmenteer in Lancashire who has a productive and bountiful harvest of vegetables all year round. In Cornwall, we meet a window cleaner on a mission to champion trees, and more Gardeners' World viewers share the joy that gardening brings them.
Monty turns his attention to the containers in the jewel garden, plants courgettes and clematis and checks up on his bees.
Arit Anderson meets a woman on a mission to green up unloved and neglected outdoor spaces in west London, and Nick Bailey continues his journey through the world of the iris - this time turning his attention to Siberian and water irises.
We also meet a gardener in Somerset who has created the cottage garden of her dreams, and more Gardeners' World viewers share the joy their gardens bring them.
The team head to Birmingham for one of the highlights of the horticultural calendar - the annual Gardeners' World Live event.
Monty Don, Arit Anderson, Nick Bailey, Adam Frost and Rachel de Thame inspire us with the best design tips from the show gardens and explore the wealth of plants on offer in the floral marquee. We catch up with Frances Tophill, who has designed and created her very first show garden, and we also meet expert growers who share their passion for penstemons and hydrangea.
Monty plants out annuals in the jewel garden, adds agapanthus to the mound and finds a new home for his pelargoniums.
Adam Frost visits an innovative kitchen garden at the Tottenham Hotspur training centre in north London, which provides fresh produce for its players, coaches and staff.
In Wiltshire, Carol Klein is at a glorious garden which employs clever use of curves, circles and spheres in its evergreen planting. Plus a gardener in Leicestershire who loves her high maintenance garden and more Gardeners' World viewers sharing what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty plants out sweetcorn, checks in on his container veg and creates a display with fuchsias.
Nick Bailey visits a nurserywoman and gardener in Cheshire who uses perennials as the stars of the garden to provide interest throughout the year. With only a few weeks to go, Sue Kent shares an update on the progress of her first ever show garden, destined for the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. And there's a gardener in Somerset who couldn't live without roses in her garden.
Also tonight, more Gardeners' World viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
This week, in a special programme, Gardeners' World comes from the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Adam Frost, Carol Klein and Joe Swift reveal the highlights of the show gardens, meet the designers and growers and share the season's must have flowers and plants on display at the biggest flower show in the world. We also catch up with Gardeners' World presenter Sue Kent, who has designed and created her first ever show garden.
Monty is back at Longmeadow, getting stuck into some seasonal jobs.
Arit Anderson and Nick Bailey present highlights from RHS Flower Show Tatton Park in Cheshire. They share the latest design advice from the show gardens and the must-have plants of the season from the flower-filled floral marquee.
Also, Carol Klein salutes the floral glories of high summer when she visits a garden in Somerset, and we meet another tree champion as we continue our celebration of the Queen's Green Canopy.
Monty shows how to deal with drought, takes fuchsia cuttings and demonstrates how to summer prune fruit trees.
Advolly Richmond reveals the important role that trees have played in gardens throughout history on a visit to Longleat. There's also a catch-up with three sisters in Dorset who developed a love of gardening during lockdown - this time, they plant up two beds, one for sun and one for shade.
Also, there's a look at a national collection of heleniums in Berwickshire, and more Gardeners' World viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty sows rocket, harvests chillies and tomatoes, and demonstrates how to take semi-ripe cuttings.
Adam Frost shows how his new garden is shaping up, Frances Tophill meets a head gardener in south London where gardening sustainably in response to climate change is high on the agenda, and there's a self-confessed plantaholic in her flower-filled garden in Kent.
The celebration of the Queen's Green Canopy continues with a visit to a tree champion in Worcestershire who holds the national collection of gingko biloba, and more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty undertakes more seasonal jobs at Longmeadow. Arit Anderson meets a garden designer in Somerset who has worked in harmony with nature to create a garden on a former brownfield site, and Rachel de Thame explores the London garden of hairstylist Sam McKnight.
A grower from Suffolk shares her obsession with tomatoes, and there's a gardener who has created a Japanese-inspired garden at his home in Bristol.
And more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
As summer marches on, Monty gets stuck into more seasonal jobs at Longmeadow. Adam Frost revels in the range of produce growing in a Victorian walled kitchen garden in Somerset, Joe Swift visits a garden in West Sussex that has been completely redesigned to make the most of views over the South Downs, and The Repair Shop's resident horologist Steve Fletcher shares his passion for gardening
We also meet a gardener from Lancashire who loves growing clematis, and Gardeners' World viewers share what they have been getting up to in their gardens.
This week's episode comes from Adam Frost's garden.
Arit Anderson discovers a paradise garden in Cambridge which has become a focal point for the local community, and Frances Tophill shares the joy of collecting and saving heirloom vegetable seeds on a visit to Pembrokeshire.
There's a passionate grower in Somerset who has a unique take on companion planting in his productive plot, and in Wolverhampton there's a gardener who, through clever design and planting, has transformed a long narrow plot into a magical space to get lost in. Also, more Gardeners' World viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Adam Frost and Advolly Richmond celebrate the horticultural genius of William Robinson in the gardens of his former home, Gravetye Manor in Sussex.
Fresh off the back of her success at Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, Sue Kent gives her own garden some TLC and creates a special container display using small pots. There's also a passionate grower in London who uses every available space in his garden to grow a vast range of vegetables, and in Manchester is a gardener who is inspiring his local community after transforming the alley behind his house into a floral paradise.
In this special episode, Rachel de Thame and Arit Anderson explore the role gardeners can play in having a positive impact on wildlife in their gardens, allotments and communal green spaces.
Nick Bailey meets an entomologist on a mission to change our perceptions of common garden pests, Kate Bradbury shows how she gardens in harmony with wildlife on her allotment, and there's a look at a city garden where the wildlife is flourishing.
Ther's also meet a gardener in Kent who wants to share her plot with as many creatures as possible, and viewers share the joy that wildlife brings to their gardens.
After a short break, Monty's back at Longmeadow. With a change of seasons, he demonstrates how to prune summer fruiting raspberries, divides perennials and plants daffodils and hyacinths in containers.
Carol Klein visits a glorious walled garden in Shropshire, where self-seeding plants have been used to great effect. The celebration of the Queen's Green Canopy continues as JJ Chalmers heads to North Yorkshire to meet two people for whom trees have played a significant role in their lives. There's also a couple who have created a tropical garden paradise in Lincolnshire.
In south London, a gardener shares the huge array of unusual vegetables she's been growing on her allotment, and Gardeners' World viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty plants garlic, demonstrates how to divide crocosmia and sows ornamental grass seeds.
Adam Frost visits Lowther Castle in the Lake District and finds out about its garden restoration project, Toby Buckland meets a passionate gardener in Devon who has created and nurtured her garden over the last sixty years, and a dahlia enthusiast in Cheshire shares the joy of drying her blooms.
In Bristol is a garden where the wildlife takes centre stage, and more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Adam Frost shares the progress that's been made in his garden. Frances Tophill heads to the beach to reveal what gardeners can learn from the coastal plants which have evolved to cope with more extreme conditions. She also meets a head gardener in East Sussex who's experimenting with drought tolerant plants in our ever-changing climate.
There's a tree champion in Gloucestershire who has planted and cared for hundreds of fruits trees on a mission to revive lost orchards, and a wildlife gardener in Bristol with a passion for birds. Also in the programme, more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty plants mahonia for winter colour and scent, demonstrates how to take salvia cuttings and introduces a special addition to Longmeadow.
Toby Buckland visits an allotment in Bristol to find out how gardening is helping to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers. Advolly Richmond explores the origins of the historic Japanese Garden at Cowden in Clackmannanshire.
There's a back garden in Leeds which has been transformed into a tropical oasis, and a grower in Ceredigion shares her passion for salvias. Also, more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty starts work on revamping the writing garden, plants crocus bulbs and harvests pumpkins.
Frances Tophill visits a unique plant conservation centre responsible for preserving key historical plants, and Rekha Mistry collects and saves seed from her allotment while revealing the surprising results of her veg growing experiments.
A man in Bath has a love of trees that has led to him creating an arboretum in his garden, and in Staffordshire, a gardener with a passion for plants shares her plot, which is brimming with pots and containers.
Also, more viewers show what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty plants a mix of white flowers in the writing garden, demonstrates how to prune a climbing rose and reviews what's been happening in the vegetable garden.
Adam Frost celebrates seasonal colour on a visit to a garden in Essex, and Sue Kent pots up allium bulbs in readiness for spring and replants a tricky border with lavender she's grown from cuttings.
A gardener in Surrey shows an exotic oasis in his back garden, inspired by travels abroad, and a grower in Ceredigion shares her passion for salvias. Also, more viewers detail what they've been getting up to in their gardens.
Monty harvests his loofahs, plants tulip bulbs in pots, gives a masterclass in making leafmould and reflects on the gardening year.
Carol Klein joins a special autumn colour tour at the National Arboretum in Gloucestershire, an indoor gardener shares their passion for terrariums, and from north Somerset comes a look at the work involved in creating a spectacular autumnal display from seasonal produce.
Also, more viewers share what they've been getting up to in their gardens.