Monty makes a start on turning his ornamental veg garden into a cottage garden. He now wants to fill the space with flowers and veg. He's already made a start on it with roses but today is planting foxgloves digitalis - a variety called 'Excelsior'. He also decides on the colour scheme - he is thinking of going for the cottage gardening as having a softness of colour - lemon yellows, mauves and lilacs. Carol is at home at Glebe Cottage in Devon where she reveals a little of the fascinating history of one of our woodland gems, the trillium. Tri is the Latin prefix for three, and everything about trilliums is in threes - there are three petals, three sepals and three leaves. Francis Masson, a Scot, was the very first plant hunter appointed by Kew, who found on a trip to the north-east of the Americas, a pure white trillium - Trillium grandiflorum. Carol shows that where the seed heads have tumbled to the ground, they're replaced by little clumps of seedlings, which Carol digs up and then carries them off to the shed. From one seed head Carol has got scores of seedlings. She separates them all off and each one will have its own seed leaf - just a single leaf. Finally, Carol plants trilliums - glandiflorum and albidum in her garden.