Gardeners’ World – 11 September 2020 – 11/9/2020 – Friday – BBC Two

Episode 26 of 32

At Longmeadow this week, Monty reaps a harvest from the vegetable garden, plants up a seasonal pot and gives a masterclass on how to make the perfect compost.

Adam Frost travels to York to meet a couple who took on 20 acres of land and filled it with flowers, and in Walsall, the team visit a garden planted with exotic palms and foliage which has made a positive contribution to the owner’s mental health.

There is another chance to see Carol Klein as she finds a collection of late-summer-flowering bergamot plants in Wales and gives her advice on how to grow and propagate them. In Lancashire, Nick Bailey meets a zoologist who has spent his life exploring the microscopic insects that live in the soil.

And there are more films sent in by viewers.


About Gardeners’ World

Across the country `Gardeners’ World’ presenters, from their own gardens and homes, give advice and share their knowledge to enable people to get the most out of their gardens. For further inspiration, professionals, horticulturists and hobby gardeners provide fellow green-fingered enthusiasts with useful tips and suggestions, no matter the size of garden or level of expertise. Whether it is creating depth in a small, backyard garden or how to make the most of the latest spinach crop with homemade pesto, presenters prove that the possibilities are endless for any gardener and garden.

This show is broadcast on BBC Two, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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