Monty's tulips are going over and they do need attending to - this is an issue for a lot of people. Monty reads out a viewer's letter from Nick Shearme who asks what to do with tulips after they have flowered. One solution is to lift and store them somewhere warm and dry. In the autumn, they can then be planted out again in a spare part of your garden and grown on as cut flowers. There's no guarantee that they will flower, but at least they're not in a prominent position if the display fails. Carol Klein continues her plant hunter series with a visit to a unique display of rhododendrons at Minterne House in Dorset. Plant hunters like Joseph Hooker and George Forrest travelled all over the Himalayas collecting plants, including many of the rhododendrons that now decorate this Dorset Valley. The Digby family inherited this estate back in the 17th Century, and each generation of obsessive plant collectors has left a legacy. Carol met The Honourable Henry Digby who is keen to maintain the tradition. She also spoke to Head Gardener Ray Abraham whose task is to look after this unique collection of historic plants.