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Never mind the early daffodils that are starting to poke through the earth or the sound of the first cuckoo in the distance. The first real sign of spring is the return of Gardeners’ World to our TV screens.
After a challenging winter that’s seen most of our gardens covered in snow, drenched in rain or rigid with frost, it’s time to get out the secateurs and start pruning. Monty Don shows us how, as well as revealing the changes he’s made to Longmeadow over the winter months. Meanwhile, Carol Klein revels in the diverse varieties of snowdrops and Rachel de Thame visits the Cambridge Botanic Garden.
New series. The horticultural programme returns for another gardening year, beginning with Monty Don's tips for tackling timely pruning tasks. He also demonstrates the best way to lay a new path. Carol Klein is in Oxfordshire, where she explores the diversity of snowdrops and reveals the lengths to which some gardeners will go to in order to claim the latest varieties. Plus, Rachel de Thame discovers plants with year-round appeal at the Cambridge Botanical Gardens and Joe Swift shares simple design plans for a romantic cottage garden.
Full Episode Guide
Gardeners' World at 50: four presenters invite us into their own little havens
As the BBC2 show celebrates its half a century, Carol Klein, Monty Don, Adam Frost and Joe Swift reveal their lawns and flowerbeds
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: 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
Gardeners’ World host Rachel De Thame to swap her wellies for dancing shoes on Strictly?
Alan Titchmarsh's five favourite British back gardens
Alan Titchmarsh, Anne Robinson and sexism on TV - what do you think?
Alan Titchmarsh signs for ITV
Photo gallery: gardeners on the cover of Radio Times