Monty Don's Italian Gardens BBC2 series to begin Friday - preview clip

Monty Don's Italian Gardens programme starts on BBC2 at 9pm this Friday 15 April.

Monty Don's Italian Gardens series begins this Friday - image: HW
Monty Don's Italian Gardens series begins this Friday - image: HW

The hour long programme is the first in a series of four, covering Rome, Florence and elsewhere in Italy.

The Blink Films production sees Monty Don visit:  

  • Rome -   Villa Farnese, Villa Adriana, Villa D’Este Bomarzo, Villa Aldobrandini    
  • Florence -   Villa Castello, Boboli Gardens, Villa I Tatti, Villa Gamberaia La Foce   
  • Naples and the Amalfi Coast -  Torecchia Caserta Reale,Villa Il Tritone ,Villa Cimbrone, La Mortella Ninfa     
  • The Veneto, Lucca and the Lakes - Orto Botanico, Villa Pisani, Villa Marlia, Villa Carlotta, Villa Melzi, Isola Bella

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