Green-fingered gardener Mr Bloom welcomes a team of young helpers, who tend to his plants and produce.
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The veggies play karaoke but Margaret's quiet voice can't be heard over the music.
Raymond dresses as a magician and tries to perfect a disappearing trick.
Colin comes up with an ingenious use for some leftover straws.
Margaret's pink princess dress is accidentally put in the wash with Raymond's blue cape.
The Veggies put on a play, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Mr Bloom has some secret visitors to his allotment - hedgehogs.
Joan dresses up as a robot after Raymond's new giant toy breaks down.
In the allotment, the Tiddlers learn that plants need energy from sunshine to grow.
The Tiddlers help the Veggies stage a fun run in the nursery.
Raymond and Colin are playing tricks on everybody as it is Vegetable Fool Day.
Raymond and Joan get ready to visit the seaside, but their plans are thwarted by rain.
Sebastian tries to get everyone together for a nursery photograph.
The Veggies have a picnic, but Raymond has lost his vintage Framley cheese.
The Veggies do a poor job of tidying away all their foam bricks.
The Tiddlers learn how to make nettle tea as a treat to say thank you to the plants.
Joan decides she is bored with her smell and wants to create a new fragrance.
In the nursery, Margaret is persuaded to have a go at skateboarding.
Sebastian receives a postcard from his mother in France that has made him feel homesick.
The Tiddlers learn that sometimes soil needs to be covered with mulch.
Colin plants a small bean that grows into a giant beanstalk.
The Veggies are arguing about songs that they want to sing so they decide to form a band.
The Tiddlers pull up beetroot and find that it stains their tongues and fingers purple.
In the allotment, Mr Bloom and the Tiddlers taste a vegetable they have never had before.
The Tiddlers learn that flowers are essential to allotments because they attract bees.
Mr Bloom teaches the Tiddlers about storing apples properly so that they last a long time.
Mr Bloom is asked by a group of Tiddlers to help create a shared allotment.