Gardeners’ World 16 September 2022: Episode 26 on BBC Two

Gardeners' World 16 September 2022: Episode 26 on BBC Two 11

After a short break, Monty’s back at Longmeadow. With a change of seasons, he demonstrates how to prune summer fruiting raspberries, divides perennials and plants daffodils and hyacinths in containers.

Carol Klein visits a glorious walled garden in Shropshire, where self-seeding plants have been used to great effect. The celebration of the Queen’s Green Canopy continues as JJ Chalmers heads to North Yorkshire to meet two people for whom trees have played a significant role in their lives. There’s also a couple who have created a tropical garden paradise in Lincolnshire.

In south London, a gardener shares the huge array of unusual vegetables she’s been growing on her allotment, and Gardeners’ World viewers share what they’ve been getting up to in their gardens.

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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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