Gardeners’ World – 8 October 2021 – BBC Two

Episode 28 2021 – In a special programme, Monty and the team celebrate the wonder of trees and explore the vital role they play in our gardens and the wider landscape.

Zoe Ball joins Toby Buckland on a visit to a tree project in North London which is all about engaging children with nature, growing and sustainability. Advolly Richmond uncovers the history of trees in garden design at Longleat House in Wiltshire, while Nick Bailey gives us his ultimate guide to the top trees for your garden.

We visit a ground-breaking project in Staffordshire, which is using living experiments to monitor the crucial part trees play in mitigating climate change, and Arit Anderson finds out how planting more trees can support both humans and the planet.

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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.

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