In Gardeners World 2018 episode 11 it is warm enough for all the tender plants to go out into the garden now and at Longmeadow Monty finds places in his borders for bananas and dahlias, whilst in the vegetable garden, courgettes and tomatoes are planted out.
We pay a visit to the RHS Chatsworth show in Derbyshire where Nick Bailey, Carol Klein and Joe Swift explore the showground to bring us the best of the plants and show gardens that the exhibitors have to offer. Adam Frost is in London where he finds plenty of tips on how to bring tiny garden spaces to life, and we review the finalists’ gardens in our Every Space Counts competition and open the vote.
In Gardeners World 2018 episode 12 – the team head to Gardeners’ World Live this week to bring you the highlights in plants and design.
Adam Frost and Joe Swift take a close look at all the show gardens for fresh ideas as well as inspiration, Mark Lane finds planting ideas around the showground and Carol and Nick explore the floral marquee.
We also meet the designers whose innovative ideas have resulted in a show garden made from scrap iron and junk shop finds, go behind the scenes to visit the nurseries who bring their best specimens to the show, meet a woman who has traveled from the Isle of Skye with her plants and reveal the winner of our Every Space Counts competition.
At the forefront of the carnivorous plant revival is Hampshire Carnivorous Plants, run by Matthew Soper, a lifelong enthusiast of insect-eating plants. Matthew’s nursery offers the all-popular Venus fly trap (Dionaea muscipula) as well as in-demand carnivorous plants such as Nepenthes, Sarracenia and Drosera, to name a few. With more than 20 years’ experience on the flower show circuit, Hampshire Carnivorous Plants has been chosen as our Master Grower for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Matthew’s extensive range includes hybrids that originated from his nursery’s own breeding programme, with insect-eaters offered for windowsill, greenhouse and garden cultivation. Find out more about our Master Grower: https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/r…
Alan began his career as an apprentice gardener in the Ilkley Council Parks Department Nursery and went on to study for a Diploma in Horticulture at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, where he remained for two years as Supervisor of Staff Training before becoming a horticultural journalist and broadcaster.
The newest show in the RHS calendar has a guiding principle: to showcase the best of British horticulture and offer innovative experiences that encourage visitors to try out new gardening ideas at home. Watch the highlights from the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show 2018 (June 6-10) as it comes to life with gardens, installations, plants, people, and more.
On Gardeners World 2018 episode 10: with summer on the horizon, Monty is planting up pots for summer color as well as giving his box hedging a seasonal cut.
Frances Tophill checks on the progress of crops on her shared allotment. Mark Lane is in Suffolk where he gives advice on the elements of successful woodland planting design, and Nick Bailey travels to a garden in Cheshire to answer a viewer’s query about how to plant up a rocky area of their garden. Plus a visit to a Worcestershire garden where the owner has created a garden with a tropical twist, and the final garden in our Every Space Counts competition is revealed.
Miromesnil est un château et un potager remarquable.
Repris en 1938 par les grands parents de Nathalie Romatet, ce jardin totalement repensé et redessiné dans les années 1950 est devenu un incontournable des jardins normands.
Autant nourricier que paysager et situé dans un cadre féérique, vous y découvrirez les légumes normands, des variétés oubliées et les fleurs de nos jardins de grand-mère, comme autant de souvenirs d’enfance.
On Britain in Bloom episode 11, Chris Bavin meets a group of extraordinary Bloomers who must start from scratch every year after their gardening efforts are literally washed away. Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire is at the confluence of four rivers, which makes for a lovely setting, but one that devastates the town to a greater or lesser degree every year when the waters rise and flood the town.
In the Beechgrove Garden episode 5 2018, it’s tomato time as Jim is growing a range of viewers’ recommended favourite tomato varieties, using viewers’ best methods for growing them.
Carole visits young farmers James Reid and Rosa Bevan near Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, to see how they use permaculture techniques to grow veg in the most environmentally friendly way possible. And Carole is also in Garelochhead to take in the annual Scottish Rhododendron Society show, where she sees competitors showing off the best blooms from the vast range of vibrant varieties.
D’Arcy & Everest: Specialists in British home grown Alpine Plants
Whether you are new or experienced at growing Alpines, you can be assured of a warm welcome when you visit D’Arcy & Everest nursery. The owners Angela and son Luke propagate and grow all their own plants stocking over 800 different varieties including many unusual species that you would not find at your local garden centre.
In Gardeners World 2018 episode 9, Monty elevates his cottage garden borders this week by adding plants to give height and drama, and rejuvenates the design of the grass borders by adding evergreen plants grown from cuttings.
Carol Klein’s plant of the season is the delicate but easy to grow dog’s tooth violet, Joe Swift travels to the Trelissick garden in Cornwall to meet a very special garden volunteer, and Adam Frost returns to Leicestershire to monitor the progress of the new-build garden. We also meet a woman who grows a national collection of polemoniums in her back garden, and we reveal the garden of the fourth finalist in our Every Space Counts competition.
Quand la relève est assurée…
Maxime prend doucement le Parc et les jardins d’Acquigny en main. Voilà ce que c’est que d’avoir baigné toute sa jeunesse dans cette propriété, il la connait par coeur, et la passion des arbres et des plantes, il a ça dans le sang depuis toujours.
Un bel exemple de jardin promis à un bel avenir, de l’énergie, des idées, et surtout un magnifique capital qui ne demande qu’à grandir encore pour nous émerveiller.
La version française, c’était avec Papa (Bertrand d’Esneval) mais c’était avant.
In the Beechgrove Garden episode 4 2018, after the success of the no-dig observation of last year, Jim is extending the trial into the polytunnel, comparing conventionally grown vegetables with easy-grow no-dig vegetable plots. Brian is in Armadale, helping Lesley Welsh and her two children to create a bespoke vegetable plot for the family. Lesley wants the children to be able to easily grow their own and take their own home-grown produce from fork to fork.
Brian is also in Tranent, visiting Wattie Russell. Wattie was nominated as one of Scotland’s Garden Heroes, and Brian visits to see why. Wattie’s inspirational, but tightly packed, garden in Tranent is full of spring beauties with around 500 different pots of colour.
This week we are celebrating the very best of spring gardening with Monty at Longmeadow and visiting the RHS Malvern Spring Festival to see this year’s hottest garden designs and the season’s must-have plants.
On Britain in Bloom episode 10, Chris Bavin heads to the historic market town of Oakham in Rutland where the Bloomers are having to cope with major roadworks around the town. They can’t avoid them, so the team has decided to embrace the construction with a roadworks-themed Bloom entry.
In Britain in Bloom episode 9, Chris Bavin travels to the Lincolnshire coast to meet a group of dedicated Bloomers determined to put the ‘Great’ back into Great Grimsby. Last year their council funding for Bloom was cut and the volunteers had to drop out of the competition, but they are back and have created a social enterprise company to raise funds.
In The Beechgrove Garden episode 2 2018, Jim and Carole celebrate Beechgrove’s ruby anniversary in true Beechgrove style as it’s tattie time. Both Jim and Carole are planting a range of ruby or red potatoes, and they also dig up an archive tattie tip from the late George Barron. Brian is back in Beechgrove revisiting …
In Gardeners World episode 7 2018 – Despite the slow awakening of the garden this year, there are still plenty of jobs to be getting on with and Monty begins to divide ornamental grasses and plant up an alpine trough. He also gives advice on what to do with containers which are past their best and what to sow in the vegetable garden at this time of year.
There is a full hour of inspiration as Monty works in his vegetable garden sowing seeds for a bountiful summer, grows some more unusual vegetables and recommends varieties of summer bulbs to plant in the spring.
In Gardeners World 2018 episode 5, there is a full hour of gardening from Longmeadow this week and Monty gets to grips with a new project, beefs up his borders by dividing perennials and celebrates spring flowering shrubs.
Frances Tophill is growing vegetables this year on an allotment and this week she begins to prepare her plot and, if your shed is chock full of out-of-date seeds, old compost, dirty pots and rusty tools, Nick Bailey has lots of hints and tips on how to get everything shipshape for the season ahead. Adam Frost explores a tropical garden in Dorset and meets a man who is passionate about growing unusual and exotic plants from seed, we travel to Suffolk to meet a woman who collects and grows a wide range of bellflowers and Carol Klein profiles the best of the season’s flowers – this week it is the camellia.