Gardeners' World

October 2019

2019: Episode 32

3.0 24 x
Monty Don shows which plants need protection from the elements, plants out berried shrubs to help feed wildlife in the winter, harvests pumpkins and shows how to make use of fallen autumnal leaves.

2019: Episode 31

4.0 10 x
Monty Don gives tips on moving plants which are in the wrong place or have outgrown their space, and Rachel de Thame returns to Longmeadow to plant up pots for spring colour.

2019: Episode 30

3.0 13 x
Mary Berry comes to tea with Monty Don and, as well has giving her a tour of Longmeadow, he offers his advice on her new garden. He also plants out bulbs in the new meadow area in the orchard.
September 2019

2019: Episode 29

3.0 7 x
This special programme takes a close look at the role that plants and gardening play in mental and physical wellbeing, exploring the idea that gardening is good for you.

2019: Episode 28

4.0 8 x
Monty assesses the progress of his paradise garden at Longmeadow, while in Glasgow Frances meets a gardener whose hands-off approach to his garden has reaped rewards for wildlife

2019: Episode 27

3.0 18 x
Monty Don adds autumn perennials to his borders and shows how to take root cuttings. On her Kent allotment, Frances Tophill invites a special guest to help her with a small building project.

2019: Episode 26

3.0 3 x
Adam Frost gives advice on how to prune overgrown evergreen shrubs, and Rachel de Thame shows how to refresh containers with plants that will extend the display into autumn.
August 2019

2019: Episode 25

3.0 35 x
Monty Don adds some ornamental grasses to his borders for late summer impact. Adam Frost discovers a colourful garden in Gloucestershire where hardy, tender and tropical plants jostle for space.

2019: Episode 24

3.5 24 x
Monty has plenty of inspiration for gardeners from planting for late summer colour to tidying up herbs and pruning soft fruit. Nick Bailey concludes his journey into the clematis world.

2019: Episode 23

3.3 34 x
Monty Don takes a range of cuttings to get plants for free and also shows how best to prune your lavender. Carol Klein visits a garden in Devon to revel in eryngiums.
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