Great British Gardens With Carol Klein

Series 2

Series 2, Episode 4

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Carol visits the garden of a 16th-century manor house, Wollerton Old Hall Garden in Shropshire, a beautiful and intricate four-acre oasis in the English garden tradition. With its traditional craftsmanship, sympathetic architecture, elegant topiary and hedges, and deep borders, it looks like it's been here for 100 years.

Series 2, Episode 3

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Carol Klein visits Bressingham Gardens, home of the aptly named Bloom family. They're a dynasty of Norfolk horticulturists who introduced British gardeners to a wealth of wonderful plants and devised a revolutionary way to display them. They shaped the way we garden today and have had an enormous influence on the plants we...

Series 2, Episode 2

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This week, Carol visits the garden of Coton Manor, located in the peaceful Northamptonshire countryside. It was an inheritance that might have intimidated many. When Londoner Susie Pasley-Tyler's mother-in-law died in 1990, she suddenly found herself in charge of a 17th century manor and 10 acres of gardens, with almost no...

Series 2, Episode 1

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Today, the gardens include huge tropical borders, intricate knot gardens, copious topiary, fantastical architecture, and theatrical water features - and all on a magnificent scale that attracts more than one hundred and eighty thousand visitors a year, drawn from all over the world.