Gardeners’ World – 4 June 2021 – 4/6/2021 – Friday – BBC Two

Episode 12

Arit Anderson and Frances Tophill introduce a special Gardeners’ World from Wakehurst, Kew’s wild botanic garden in Sussex. They not only explore the gardens but also meet the gardeners, joining in on their planting projects and finding out more about the UK’s largest conservation project, the Millenium Seed Bank.

There’s also a houseplant enthusiast whose passion for monstera has taken over most of the rooms in his flat in Cheltenham, and in London, we visit the garden of a designer who has made the most of the limited space in his outdoor courtyard – but who still finds room for the odd weed or two. And in Cornwall, we discover a gardener with a unique approach to planting meadows by combining edible and ornamental plants.

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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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