In September and October it's harvest time and there's tidying and collecting to be done.
There is great change in the garden, as the remnants of winter make way for the spring.
Monty Don and the Gardeners' World team celebrate Christmas in the garden.
Monty Don does some autumn garden maintenance whilst looking back over the year.
Monty Don insulates his greenhouse to provide a winter home for tender plants.
Carol Klein is at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire admiring the autumn display.
The team explore how garden plants are affected by differing weather conditions.
Monty Don shows how to take cuttings from favourite roses to bulk up stock for free.
Carol Klein is at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve; Joe Swift visits Marqueyssac in the Dordogne.
Monty Don shows what to do now to maximise next year's soft fruit crop.
Monty Don plans a wet meadow. Tom Hart Dyke visits Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens.
Monty Don revels in the sweet peas he grew from seed earlier in the year.
Award winning designer Andy Sturgeon joins Monty Don to review the show gardens.
Monty Don shows which plants to choose for sensational borders right through the summer.
The team view spectacular show gardens and take part in a plant bring and buy.
Monty Don shows how to make stakes that can be used for many years to come.
Monty Don prepares to surround the courtyard garden with scented summer pots.
Monty Don recommends plants which thrive in dry soil, and demonstrates his 'damp garden'.
As spring gets well underway, Monty Don adds to his collection of fritillaries.
Monty Don prepares for the summer by sowing hardy annual seed directly into the soil.
Carol Klein visits the camellia collection at Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall.
Monty Don sows sweet peas and recommends what to plant for summer colour in the garden.
Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame prepare for spring.