Alys Fowler shows how root crops and leafy greens are the mainstays of an edible garden.
Monty Don visits some of the most sublime, romantic retreats in southern Italy.
Alan reveals how Sissinghurst gardens in Kent was one of the first lifestyle gardens.
Alan Titchmarsh looks at the 18th-century Stowe landscape gardens in Buckinghamshire.
Alan visits Hatfield House to examine the famous parterres and the use of perspective.
How children of the British Memorial School helped liberate Europe from the Nazis.
Alan Titchmarsh and Chris Beardshaw look back at the highlights of the event.
Alan Titchmarsh and Carol Klein talk to the gold medal-winning designers and exhibitors.
Nicki Chapman discovers who has won what on medals day as the awards are handed out.
Designer Tom Hoblyn shows Alan Titchmarsh around his Italian renaissance garden.
Nicki Chapman and Toby Buckland turn their attention to the plants of Chelsea.
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.
In a sneak preview of the show, Monty looks at this year's giant edible garden.
A Dromore family are helped to create a dual-purpose garden - to grow veg and socialise in
Monty Don prepares to surround the courtyard garden with scented summer pots.
Monty Don concludes his garden tour of Italy in the wealthy north.
A horticulturalist, tired of the UK weather, wants to move to Darwin with his family.