In Blackpool, Alex dreams of turning her boring back yard into a magical enchanted forest.
Monty Don visits two sets of gardeners, each facing challenges on a very different scale.
Alys grows Jerusalem artichokes to harvest when the rest of the garden sleeps.
Monty comes to the rescue of two couples with rubble-filled back gardens.
Monty helps build a terraced allotment on a steep slope in the middle of a wood.
Alys shows how flowers and herbs bring the garden and kitchen to life.
Alys grows some juicy fruits and makes jams, tangy fruit leathers and apple rings.
Alys Fowler shows how root crops and leafy greens are the mainstays of an edible garden.
Alys Fowler weaves salad crops through the flower borders of her small urban back garden.
Monty helps replicate a Japanese garden in Bath.
Alys Fowler makes delicious broad bean falafels and pea-shoot cocktails.
Monty advises a married couple on creating a garden suitable for a special needs child.
In September and October it's harvest time and there's tidying and collecting to be done.
Jim, Carole, George and Chris are preparing the garden for winter.
In this year's final visit to Longmeadow, Monty advises on winter protection for plants.
Leaves are falling, but that's not a bad thing as Jim uses them to make leaf mould.
Monty investigates how productive his bees have been at making honey.
Christine Walkden hears the story of how the Snowdon Mountain Railway was built.
Bunny Guinness finds out what Capability Brown might have created for his own garden.
Rachel de Thame helps Monty refresh his dry garden.
Monty divides some perennials and plants alpines for spring colour.
Jim, Carole and George visit Strathkinness, the Best Kept Small Village in Fife.
Christine visits the gardens of England's northernmost county - Northumberland.
Carol Klein looks at the Apiaceae family in the last of her series on plant families.
Jim takes the Camellias inside, while Carole and George plan a spring bedding display.
Christine Walkden meets the owner of a remarkable garden at Kingston Bagpuize.
Monty adds some autumn flowering asters to his borders and refreshes his strawberry beds.
Jim is in the veggie plot cropping late veg, and Carole is in rural Aberdeenshire.
Christine Walkden visits Sussex and discovers what the Romans did for British gardens.
Carol Klein continues looking at plant families, exploring popular relations of the rose.
Jim is planting overwintering veg that will be ready to crop in the spring.
Christine Walkden discovers the Yorkshireman who was the father of aviation.
Monty goes on an inspiring visit to the longest herbaceous border in the world.
Jim, Carole and George begin a series of bulb plantings.
The designers come up with fabulous ideas for creating a garden sculpture on a shoestring.
Christine continues her airborne exploration of Britain's gardens in the county of Essex.