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Monty Don reviews the effects the winter weather has had on his garden.
Joe Swift gives tips on how to plant a tree for future success.
Monty Don begins to sow annual climbers and starts tidying and mulching his borders.
Rachel is at a garden centre to find the top plant trends this Easter.
Monty gets to work in his wildlife garden, preparing for early pollinators.
Monty starts a new project, a cutting garden.
Nick Bailey marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.
Monty Don visits the RHS Malvern Spring Festival.
Carol begins her journey to investigate why plants thrive in challenging conditions.
Monty's focus is on summer when he plants up containers for colour in the Jewel Garden.
A celebration of the volunteers who keep gardens around the country looking their best.
Tender vegetables, bedding plants and bees are the focus of Monty's gardening this week.
Monty gives his tips on late croppers to sow now.
Carol Klein wades through streams and marshes to show how to choose the right water plants
Monty gives tips on extending the flower season in the borders.
Rachel de Thame pays a visit to the garden of theatre impresario Sir Cameron Mackintosh.
Joe Swift looks at how the rose garden has been reimagined in the Savill Garden.
Joe Swift ponders ways of putting a contemporary twist on traditional bedding plants.
On the 20th anniversary of the death of Geoff Hamilton, Adam Frost returns to Barnsdale.
Alan Power catches up with the transformation of Shakespeare's New Place garden.
Now that birds are no longer nesting in hedges, it is the time to get them looking trim.
Monty advises on how to look after soft fruit to ensure maximum production next year.
Monty goes on an inspiring visit to the longest herbaceous border in the world.
Carol Klein continues looking at plant families, exploring popular relations of the rose.
Monty adds some autumn flowering asters to his borders and refreshes his strawberry beds.
Carol Klein looks at the Apiaceae family in the last of her series on plant families.
Monty divides some perennials and plants alpines for spring colour.
Monty investigates how productive his bees have been at making honey.
Rachel de Thame helps Monty refresh his dry garden.
In this year's final visit to Longmeadow, Monty advises on winter protection for plants.