Gardeners' World Season 49 Episode 15 : Monty is reaping the rewards of the summer when he begins to harvest crops from the vegetable garden and gives . Gardeners World 2016 Ep14. Gardener world 2016 | Update very week. Gardeners World 2016 Full Episodes Gardeners World 2016 Full Episode Gardeners World 2016 Full Gardeners World 2016 Gardeners World BBC.
Gardeners' World ep.13 2016 As the longest day of the year approaches, there is more time for everyone to be outside and enjoy the garden, and Monty is no exception.Although some vegetables do not respond well to a late sowing, there are others that do and Monty gives his tips on late croppers to sow now. Carol Klein and Joe Swift make a visit to Gardeners' World Live in Birmingham to revel in the hundreds of summer flowering plants on display and to find design tips for small gardens.
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Gardeners World S 47 E 10/31 (May 16, 2014)
Gardeners' World ep.12 2016 Tender vegetables, bedding plants and bees are the focus of Monty's gardening at Longmeadow as he plants out squashes and scented annuals and harvests honey. Adam Frost is in London looking at how small spaces in the metropolis can be utilised to make gardens for wildlife, food and relaxation. And we visit north Wales to meet a man with a passion for prehistoric plants.
Gardeners' World ep.17 2016 - gardening show: Earlier in the year, Monty put aside a patch of his garden to grow his own cut flowers, and this week he returns to assess the results and harvest his first crop of colourful blooms. We pay a visit to an organic flower farm to find out how, from seed to harvest, the process of growing plays a large part in improving wellbeing, and Joe Swift explores the Savill Garden in Windsor to see how the traditional rose garden has been reimagined into a contemporary design.
This week we are celebrating the work of the army of volunteers who keep gardens up and down the country looking their best for visitors. Frances Tophill continues her vegetable trials at RHS Rosemoor in Devon when she plants out her allotment with the help of RHS volunteers and we visit the Bodnant Garden in north Wales to find out how the volunteers there guide visitors through the world-famous Laburnum Arch. Back at Longmeadow, we catch up with Monty's progress in his cutting garden and, now that plants are growing apace, he gets on with seasonal maintenance tasks in the Jewel Garden.