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Series 50 - Episode 30
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As the nights become colder, Monty Don advises on what plants need protection and how to nurture tender plants over the coming months. He also plants tulips and wallflowers for late spring colour. Carol Klein celebrates ornamental grasses, Adam Frost travels to Peterborough to find out about the work of a Children in Need project for disadvantaged and vulnerable youngsters, while Nick Bailey gives a guide on how to build a cold-frame for an affordable price. Plus, a visit to an enthusiast in Surrey who grows thousands of South African succulents in his back garden.
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Submit your questions for the Gardeners' World presenting team
Want some expert advice on your plants? For gardening help, look no further...
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Gardeners' World at 50: four presenters invite us into their own little havens
Alys Fowler: I thought I was having a midlife crisis when I came out as gay in my thirties
Meet Adam Frost – the new presenter of BBC2's Gardeners' World
10 blooming brilliant facts about roses
Rachel de Thame: women see things differently – it's why they make such good gardeners
Alan Titchmarsh's five favourite British back gardens
Alan Titchmarsh: My days aren’t empty without the Chelsea Flower Show
Alan Titchmarsh: I was hurt at being replaced by Monty Don but I'm not bitter
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