BBC reveals details of Great British Garden Revival.

The BBC has released full details of its new BBC2 series, the Great British Garden Revival.

TV gardeners Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift, Rachel de Thame, James Wong, Tom Hart Dyke, Chris Beardshaw, Alys Fowler, Charlie Dimmock, Diarmuid Gavin, Christine Walkden, Toby Buckland, Sarah Raven and Matt James will present shows on neglected areas of gardening such as roses and rockeries, hedgerows and herb gardens, water features and wildflowers.

The series will feature episodes on cottage gardens, herbaceous borders, cut flowers, roof gardens, topiary, ornamental bedding, ponds and water features, fruit trees and kitchen gardens.

Executive producer for Outline Productions is Bridget Boseley and Lindsay Bradbury is commissioning editor for BBC Daytime.

The first episode is on 9 December at 7pm and features wild flowers (Monty Don) and front gardens (Joe Swift).

On 10 December the show includes Topiary (Rachel de Thame) and roof gardens (James Wong) while on 11 December cottage gardens (Carol Klein) and house plants (Tom Hart Dyke) are featured.

On 12 December Ornamental Bedding (Christine Walkden) and Fruit Trees (Toby Buckland) are on and on
13 December the show includes herbaceous borders (Chris Beardshaw) and kitchen gardens (Alys Fowler).

After Christmas on 6 January the show includes cut flowers (Rachel de Thame) and trees (Joe Swift), then on 7 January rock gardens (Carol Klein) and herb gardens (Toby Buckland)

On 8 January it is lawns (Sarah Raven) & tropical gardens (James Wong) and 9 January
ponds (Charlie Dimmock) and stumperies (Chris Beardshaw)

Lastly, the series features on 10 January glasshouses (Diarmuid Gavin) and shrubs (Matt James).

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