Gardener's World start date announced

BBC2's Gardener's World begins on 6 March at 8.30pm and will include Monty Don at Longmeadow, Carol Klein at RHS Wisley and Joe Swift on design.

Gardeners' World is back for a new series. As usual, Monty Don will be at Longmeadow sharing "tips and ideas on how to keep your garden looking good all year long". This week, he'll be tackling some urgent pruning, as well as revealing some of the projects he's got in store over the coming months.

This year Carol Klein will be "visiting some of the nation's greatest gardens to find out why their beautiful borders work so well". Her tour starts at RHS Wisley in Surrey where she takes a closer look at their winter garden.

Joe Swift has the first of his three design master classes on how to make the most of a small town garden. And the show travels to the Cape in South Africa to learn more about geraniums.


Meanwhile, Lion Productions is looking for garden owners for series two of Monty Don's Big Dreams Small Spaces for broadcast on BBC2 this year. Email bigdreams@liontv.co.uk.


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