Plants that have a head for heights come under the spotlight this week.
Monty Don celebrates the arrival of summer by making a start on his new scented border.
Monty Don explores gardens offering a slightly different vision of Paradise.
Joe Swift continues his quest to find the perfect hanging basket.
Monty explores paradise gardens in Spain, Morocco and Iran.
Carol Klein visits one of the gardens preparing to open for the National Gardens Scheme.
Joe Swift researches the art of kokedama - a modern take on the hanging basket.
Bees are very much at the forefront of Monty's mind as he plants up a nectar-rich border.
Andrea and Gary want an area that will attract birds and an area for their son to play in.
As the weather begins to warm up, there's plenty to be getting on with in the garden.
Everything in the garden is shooting up, so it's time to lift and divide perennials.
How the Emperor Babur's beautiful garden has been lovingly restored to its former glory.
Frances Tophill helps a viewer whose overgrown pond needs some renovation.
A striking and poignant portrayal of time passing in a beautiful Sussex walled garden.
Monty plans for next year's fruit harvest when he adds gooseberries to the fruit garden.
Monty shows us how to harvest and store potatoes and also prunes shrub roses.
Charlie and the Rich brothers are asked to transform a sea of dingy gravel and paving.
Monty meets Jake Hobson, one of the UK's leading cloud pruning and topiary experts.
Christine is in the air above two glorious Gloucestershire gardens.
Charlie and the Rich brothers visit Oxton, where Gareth's garden is in need of a rethink.
Christine Walkden's balloon odyssey takes her to the Borders region of Scotland.
Charlie and the Rich brothers are challenged to come up with a Mughal-inspired design.
Including a look at the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
Charlie and the Rich brothers conjure up a magical fairy theme for a sloping garden.
Charlie and the Rich brothers tackle a narrow garden in West Sussex.
A look at insects, including beautiful butterflies and insects eating Joe Swift's plants.
Jim and Carole are in the Beechgrove garden taste-testing turnips.
In preparation for spring, Monty plants ferns and advises on the care of wildlife ponds.
The Beechgrove team are in the Howe of the Mearns village of Arbuthnott.
Carol Klein chooses varieties of late-flowering clematis as her plant of the month.
Documentary which digs into the colourful world of Welsh giant vegetable growers.
Carole and George are in the garden, tasting tomatoes and cucumbers.
Carol Klein visits a lady who is losing her eyesight and helps her organise her borders.
Jim and Carole enjoy a red cabbage success story in the Beechgrove garden.
Monty plants up a new bed of irises and takes pelargonium cuttings.
How to transform a bland patio into a space that looks and smells incredible at twilight.