Monty is in the White Garden, also known as the Writing Garden where he wants to plant autumn bulbs. He has a bag of corms of colchicums which flower September time. Monty advises to wash your hands after handling colchicums. Colchicums require a lot of sun so it is important where they are planted, hence Monty is planting them in the Writing Garden as they will thrive there. Monty reads out a couple of viewers' letters asking which plants to grow in deep shade - one from Jane Shephard and the other from Martine Clayton. Monty also has that problem at Longmeadow - in the Lime Walk area where he planted lime trees. He has had tulips here in spring and in summer bedding plants. But for the last few years it's got shadier and shadier and nothing really thrives. Therefore, he has decided to completely change the feel of this part of the garden by planting ferns. It will now been known as Fern Alley. Carol is in her own garden, Glebe Cottage, this week and is exploring and celebrating crocosmia. Mark Wash is visiting Glebe Cottage to meet and talk to Carol about his passion for crocosmia. Mark has been captivated by crocosmia for almost fifteen years and has been collecting, growing and hybridising new varieties at his nursery in Cornwall, and has made frequent trips to see the species growing wild in South Africa.