Next Episode of Gardeners' World is
Season 51 / Episode 10 and airs on 01 June 2018 19:00
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.
There is a full hour of inspiration as Monty works in his vegetable garden sowing seeds for a bountiful summer, grows some more unusual vegetables and recommends varieties of summer bulbs to plant in the spring. Mark Lane creates a floral celebration in a container and shares his recommendations for great planting partners for seasonal colour. Flo Headlam joins the arborists at Westonbirt Arboretum to find out how they manage their incredible collection of trees from around the world. Adam Frost meets a couple who have recently moved into a new-build house to show them step by step how they can transform their awkwardly shaped garden on a very small budget. Nick Bailey is out and about enjoying that most seasonal of flowers, the daffodil. Plus Monty reveals the first of the finalists in the Every Space Counts competition.
Despite the slow awakening of the garden this year, there are still plenty of jobs to be getting on with and Monty begins to divide ornamental grasses and plant up a colourful alpine trough. He also gives advice on what to do with containers which are past their best and what to sow in the vegetable garden at this time of year. Nick Bailey travels to Shropshire to respond to a cry for help from a viewer whose border has become a tangle of shrubs. The show catches up with Frances Tophill's progress on her shared allotment in Bristol, as she begins to prepare the beds for sowing her first crops. Arit Anderson explores the future of gardening in our cities when she visits an extraordinary high-rise building in Milan which has been designed as a living forest. Plus the garden of the second finalist in our Every Space Counts competition is revealed.
Monty Don plants herbaceous perennials for summer colour and gives advice on how to care for carnivorous plants. Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Adam Frost explore the showground at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival and bring us the best from the floral marquee and the show gardens.
Carol Klein's plant of the season is the delicate but easy to grow dog's tooth violet, Joe Swift travels to the Trelissick garden in Cornwall to meet a very special garden volunteer, and Adam Frost returns to Leicestershire to monitor the progress of the new-build garden.
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