To start with, Monty reveals the changes he's made to Longmeadow over the winter and we see the effects of the snow and floods made in the damp garden and spring garden. Monty updates us on the jobs that have been done at Longmeadow over the winter including building raised beds in the top vegetable garden, and then finishes off laying a new path in the writing garden. Rachel visits Cambridge University Botanic Garden, which has one of the countries most celebrated winter gardens. Rachel talked to curator, Dr Tim Upson and found inspiring plants and planting combinations that not only look fabulous now but that can also provide year round interest. In the Jewel Garden, Monty demonstrates pruning back Sambucus racemosa 'Sutherland Gold', Golden elder and Corylus maxima 'Purpurea', Purple hazel. Snowdrops are lighting up the winter garden right now and Carol visits Kingston Bagpuize House, in Oxfordshire celebrating their staggering diversity and sees the length to which some gardeners will go in order to get their hands on the latest varieties. Carol highlighted Galanthus woronowii 'Elizabeth Harrison'',Galanthus 'Atkinsii' and Galanthus 'S. Arnott' . Back in the Spring Garden Monty plant Galanthus 'Magnet.