Gardeners' World Winter Garden Inspiration

Gardeners' World Winter Garden Inspiration

Monty Don and the Gardeners' World team introduce the unexpected splendour o the British winter garden in this special selection of classic episodes.

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Gardeners' World Winter Garden Inspiration
  • Christmas Special

    It may be frosty outside but there's still plenty to be getting on with in the garden and fun to be had in the great outdoors. In this Gardeners' World Christmas Special, Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame celebrate the festive season from a gardener's point of view.

  • Gardeners' World | Northumberland

    Monty Don gets going with some autumn garden maintenance whilst looking back over the year and reviewing his borders in the Jewel Garden, checking which plants have done well and which haven't, and clears annuals that are past their best.

  • Gardeners' World | Episode 31

    Monty is deciding what needs keeping, what needs throwing out and what needs cutting back. Monty takes out the cosmos as it's done all it can and cuts back the lysimachia. All the buddleias have done well. and have gone on flowering and flowering, and still going, so Monty's not going to cut th...

  • RHS Wisley

    Monty Don prepares his garden for winter and takes stock of his year at Longmeadow. The team visits RHS Wisley to learn more about some of the fungal diseases that can wreak havoc with plants at this time of year. Carol Klein is at home in Devon celebrating her wildlife hedge and all the creature...

  • Gardeners' World: Series 5 - Episode 30

    In our final visit to Longmeadow this year, Monty gives advice on the plants that need winter protection and thinks ahead to colourful spring bouquets by planting bulbs in the cutting garden.

  • Gardeners' World: Series 5 - Episode 31

    In the last programme of the current series, Monty Don takes stock of his year at Longmeadow. We visit RHS Wisley to learn why autumn leaves are such a precious commodity for our gardens. And in the final instalment of her botany series, Carol Klein celebrates the glorious displays put on by flow...