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.
The Beechgrove team are in Orkney, a place with famously tough growing conditions.
Nick Bailey is on the trail of some more alien invaders to our gardens.
Monty Don visits Helen Dillon in Dublin to see how she is progressing in her new garden.
Jim and Carole are in the fruit house harvesting cherries.
Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter W.
The designers compete to create a garden for three generations of family living together.
Rachel de Thame adds more medicinal planting to the herb garden.
Jim investigates the mysterious death of a hedge.
In Croydon, Danny and the team create a tranquil Jamaican-style garden for owner Carmen.
Jim checks on the progress of his favourite cutting flowers.
A family of seven miss the sights and sounds of the countryside they have left behind.
Monty Don adds a touch of the exotic to the damp garden by planting a tree fern.
Jim is in the garden growing tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers.
In Basingstoke, Danny and the team transform a roof terrace into a cosy outdoor room.
Gardeners' World celebrates its 50th anniversary with an hour of gardening from the NEC.
An exclusive look at the brand new RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
Carole and George clear the blanketweed from the Beechgrove pond.
Nick Bailey shows us how we can build a pond in a weekend.
The Beechgrove team are at Gardening Scotland, Scotland's biggest gardening show.
Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift look back on the highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The team are in Bradford to breathe new life into an overgrown garden lost in time.
Monty Don and Joe Swift look back at the highlights of their week.
With Carol Klein on future plant trends and Mary Berry on how using edible flowers.
Guest Ellie Harrison gives her tips and advice on gardening for wildlife.
Griff Rhys Jones talks plants, and Rachel de Thame concludes her guide to borders.
Jim, Carole and George are planting bedding in the Beechgrove Garden.
The gardening alphabetical journey includes magnolias, a monkey puzzle tree and marigolds.
Nicki Chapman and James Wong celebrate the small show gardens.
Nicki Chapman and James Wong look at the highlights from the show.
Mary Berry gives a personal tour of her family garden.
The winner of the highest accolade, the Diamond Jubilee Award, is revealed.
Nicki Chapman and James Wong present continued coverage as the medals are handed out.