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Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we have your gardening needs covered.
This month in the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine podcast - tour a King’s garden with Alan Titchmarsh, enjoy Bridgerton’s floral feasts, visit Griff Rhys-Jones’ formal garden, learn how Adam Frost designs a show garden, create sensational summer borders, peak behind the scenes at the Chelsea Flower Show and discover an award-winning coastal garden.

Additionally, you can find advice, chat and information for allotment growing, grow your own flowers, outdoor living, garden design, organic and sustainable ways to tackle pests and solve problems, growing from seed, caring for plants, looking after roses, pruning tips, thrifty/money saving ideas, plant-based eating, preserving and pickling, spending time in nature, winter evergreens, greenhouse knowhow, favourite garden plants, container planting, raised beds, marking a garden look good year round, small garden and tiny spaces, patio gardening, window boxes, supporting urban birds and wildlife, lawn care, hedgerow help, green roofs, biodiversity, benefits of trees, compost and soil health, rewilding, gardening for mental health and wellbeing, gardening for health and fitness, hospital gardens, gardens for healing, green spaces for reflection, plants and trees to aid poor air pollution, taking cuttings, propagating, pruning, plants for free, succeeding with roses, growing soft fruit, tackling weeds organically, growing herbs, planting shrubs, taking hardwood cuttings, caring for houseplants, plants for all seasons, trees for spring blossom, fruit trees, climbing roses, flowering shrubs, coastal gardens, making a show garden, behind the scenes at Chelsea, gardening for time-poor gardeners, allotment life, decoding nature’s secrets, companion planting, the healing power of gardens, gardening with trees, gardening with cancer, downsizing a garden, making a new garden, battling slugs and snails, no mow May, spring bulbs, growing sweet peas, sunflowers, cosmos, nasturtiums, tomatoes, beetroot, dahlias, foxgloves, carrots, parsley, onions, shallots, garlic, cucumbers, chillies, potatoes, beans, French beans and runner beans, cabbage, kale, broccoli, pumpkins, squash, courgettes, spinach, chard, leafy veg, parsnips, strawflowers, Verbascum, basil, echium, rocket, zinnia, camellia, tasty soft fruit, successful wisteria, superfoods, tropical gardens, community gardens, Great Dixter, Knepp.

With James Alexander Sinclair, Nick Bailey, Errol Reuben Fernandes, Terry Walton, Rachel de Thame, David Hurrion, Sheila Das, Caroline Quentin, Deliciously Ella, Tristan Gooley, Plant Kween, Nancy Birtwhistle, Matt Biggs, Tom Allen, Ashely Edwards, Joe Lycett, Spicy Moustache, Patrick Gale, Georgina Yates, Griff Rhys Jones, Kate Bradbury, Rekha Mistry, Rich Heathcote, Marchelle Farrell, Tayshan Hayden-Smith, Advolly Richmond, Fergus Garrett, Alistair Griffiths, David Hedges-Gower, John Little, Cel Robertson, Ken Thompson, Charlie Harper, Suzi Turner, Moly Fierheller, Rukmini Iyer, Jamie Johnson, Ingrid Chiu, Ray Mears, Sarah Gerrard-Jones, Jason Williams, Sue Kent, Tom Brown, Sarah Price, Liz Schofield, Kevin Smith, Cat Mansley, Adam Duxbury, Emma Crawforth.

BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Podcast BBC Gardeners' World

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Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we have your gardening needs covered.
This month in the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine podcast - tour a King’s garden with Alan Titchmarsh, enjoy Bridgerton’s floral feasts, visit Griff Rhys-Jones’ formal garden, learn how Adam Frost designs a show garden, create sensational summer borders, peak behind the scenes at the Chelsea Flower Show and discover an award-winning coastal garden.

Additionally, you can find advice, chat and information for allotment growing, grow your own flowers, outdoor living, garden design, organic and sustainable ways to tackle pests and solve problems, growing from seed, caring for plants, looking after roses, pruning tips, thrifty/money saving ideas, plant-based eating, preserving and pickling, spending time in nature, winter evergreens, greenhouse knowhow, favourite garden plants, container planting, raised beds, marking a garden look good year round, small garden and tiny spaces, patio gardening, window boxes, supporting urban birds and wildlife, lawn care, hedgerow help, green roofs, biodiversity, benefits of trees, compost and soil health, rewilding, gardening for mental health and wellbeing, gardening for health and fitness, hospital gardens, gardens for healing, green spaces for reflection, plants and trees to aid poor air pollution, taking cuttings, propagating, pruning, plants for free, succeeding with roses, growing soft fruit, tackling weeds organically, growing herbs, planting shrubs, taking hardwood cuttings, caring for houseplants, plants for all seasons, trees for spring blossom, fruit trees, climbing roses, flowering shrubs, coastal gardens, making a show garden, behind the scenes at Chelsea, gardening for time-poor gardeners, allotment life, decoding nature’s secrets, companion planting, the healing power of gardens, gardening with trees, gardening with cancer, downsizing a garden, making a new garden, battling slugs and snails, no mow May, spring bulbs, growing sweet peas, sunflowers, cosmos, nasturtiums, tomatoes, beetroot, dahlias, foxgloves, carrots, parsley, onions, shallots, garlic, cucumbers, chillies, potatoes, beans, French beans and runner beans, cabbage, kale, broccoli, pumpkins, squash, courgettes, spinach, chard, leafy veg, parsnips, strawflowers, Verbascum, basil, echium, rocket, zinnia, camellia, tasty soft fruit, successful wisteria, superfoods, tropical gardens, community gardens, Great Dixter, Knepp.

With James Alexander Sinclair, Nick Bailey, Errol Reuben Fernandes, Terry Walton, Rachel de Thame, David Hurrion, Sheila Das, Caroline Quentin, Deliciously Ella, Tristan Gooley, Plant Kween, Nancy Birtwhistle, Matt Biggs, Tom Allen, Ashely Edwards, Joe Lycett, Spicy Moustache, Patrick Gale, Georgina Yates, Griff Rhys Jones, Kate Bradbury, Rekha Mistry, Rich Heathcote, Marchelle Farrell, Tayshan Hayden-Smith, Advolly Richmond, Fergus Garrett, Alistair Griffiths, David Hedges-Gower, John Little, Cel Robertson, Ken Thompson, Charlie Harper, Suzi Turner, Moly Fierheller, Rukmini Iyer, Jamie Johnson, Ingrid Chiu, Ray Mears, Sarah Gerrard-Jones, Jason Williams, Sue Kent, Tom Brown, Sarah Price, Liz Schofield, Kevin Smith, Cat Mansley, Adam Duxbury, Emma Crawforth.

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    Colour in the Garden

    Colour in the Garden

    A garden full of colour all year round: it’s what most of us want from our outdoor spaces. But how realistic is the dream of having non-stop colour in your garden? Plantsman, author, designer and TV presenter Nick Bailey has written a book on the subject – 365 Days of Colour in Your Garden. He’s also written a series for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine called Secrets of a Colourful Garden – so he’s the perfect guide to take you on a journey of colour inspiration as he shares the perfect plants to choose and the theory behind creating year-round colour.
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    • 31 min
    Sowalong - French Beans with Oliver Parsons

    Sowalong - French Beans with Oliver Parsons

    French beans – there’s nothing quite like them. And there’s still time to get yours started for lovely fresh crops all through late summer. So join keen bean gardener and GW magazine sub editor Oliver Parsons as he shares his success and failures with these majestic towering crops – and learn his top tips for a bumper harvest this summer.
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    • 8 min
    Allotment Life with Terry Walton

    Allotment Life with Terry Walton

    Terry Walton has been growing vegetables, fruit and flowers on his Rhondda Valley allotments in South Wales from a young age. With 50 years’ experience, Terry brings a wealth of allotment growing advice, practical gardening knowledge and tips learned over the years. Examining how gardening practises have changed and how climate, location and soil health effects gardening, the benefits of crop rotation and no dig practices, alongside what to grow every year for reliable crops. There are also allotment fails, lively stories and a colourful glimpse inside the world of allotment life. You can hear more from Terry and his allotment antics on his BBC Sounds Plocast podcast.
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    • 36 min
    Gardening for Wellbeing

    Gardening for Wellbeing

    There are many ways to enjoy nature around us, but how can working in harmony with nature boost our wellbeing? Art and horticultural psychotherapist, artist and gardener Errol Reuben Fernandes discusses why it’s important to take a more holistic approach to gardening. How do you work in the garden and what approaches do you take in the design? How do you choose which plants to include, does nature influence your choices and why do these choices affect our wellbeing? Errol approaches these questions and suggests what we can do to continue our connection with nature for wellbeing now and in the future.
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    • 38 min
    Sowalong - Dianthus 'Sooty' with Josie Lewis

    Sowalong - Dianthus 'Sooty' with Josie Lewis

    An easy-to-grow biennial, this classy sweet William will give you masses of flowers from May to July and makes a wonderful cut flower.
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    • 7 min
    Graveyard Gardening, Now and for the Future

    Graveyard Gardening, Now and for the Future

    D-Day 80th Anniversary Special: Can you imagine being responsible as a gardener for thousands of important sites across six continents? That’s the inspiring challenge that Commonwealth War Graves Commission Head of Horticulture David Richardson takes on every day. Join us on this 80th Anniversary of D-Day we meet him to discuss his exciting work across the world, helping to make these vital sites cleaner, greener – and just a little bit wilder, too.
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    • 38 min

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