Next Episode of Gardeners' World is
Season 50 / Episode 26 and airs on 22 September 2017 21:00
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
As well as propagating succulent plants, Monty revisits his container vegetable garden, gives advice on how to get a good crop of pumpkins and gets out and about when he meets Jake Hobson, one of the UK's leading cloud pruning and topiary experts. Adam Frost looks at a newly planted garden at RHS Hyde Hall in Essex, which has been designed to display both hardy and exotic vegetables, Rachel de Thame visits a garden in Wiltshire where vibrant colours are the key to the success of its summer borders and we meet two enthusiasts in Manchester who have a passion for air plants. And Flo Headlam returns to Potterne to check on the progress of the new community space and to join the local residents as they get to grips with building and planting the garden.
As the plants in the jewel garden reach the peak of their late summer glory, Monty starts planning for the spring, planting ferns and advising on the care and maintenance of wildlife ponds.
Carol Klein pays a second visit to Dove Cottage in Halifax to see the garden at its summer peak and to find out the secrets of its successful borders.
Frances Tophill travels to Portsmouth to find a man whose passion for ferns has extended from his garden and onto his allotment, while Arit Anderson finds out that rubbish skips can be used to grow all manner of plants in an inner-city space.
A Sheffield paramedic reveals how his passion for wildflowers has transformed an area around a busy ambulance station, and there is a look at the blooming of one of the world's largest water lilies.
Monty shows us how to harvest and store potatoes at Longmeadow and he also adds late summer colour to the cottage garden and prunes shrub roses.
Carol Klein travels to Norfolk to meet Adrian Bloom, a member of ahorticultural dynasty, who have had a big influence on our gardens for the last 50 years. Adam Frost takes a close look at the design of an outstanding small garden in Abingdon and Frances Tophill is in Scotland meeting a man who is passionate about potatoes. Joe Swift and Flo Headlam pay a visit to Potterne in Wiltshire to check on the progress of the community garden and renowned plantswoman Helen Dillon joins Monty at Longmeadow.
Monty's thoughts turn to spring as he gives his recommendations for bulbs to plant now that will thrive in pots and bring much needed colour next year. Monty also shows how to prune summer fruiting raspberries. Frances Tophill travels to Norfolk to visit a gardener who, at 97, still gardens every day, Adam Frost takes a look at a new garden at RHS Wisley which has been planted up with tropical plants and Carol Klein is in Buckinghamshire helping a viewer who is struggling to find plants that will thrive in heavy clay soil. Alan Power guides us through seasonal spring highlights at Stourhead and we visit a tiny garden in Essex which is packed with plants, ponds and seating areas.
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