Ken and Bob look at the pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Red Head’.
Ken looks at a patch of bamboo he’s been trying to control. It is located by a pond and so chemical pesticides are difficult to apply to the plant.
A plant flowering at this time of year is the camellia and for this relative of the tea bush – it’s all about location, location, location in your garden.
As Ken explains how to get your camellia looking its best.
Perennial geraniums can form a beautiful part of a herbaceous border, but at this time of year they look a little sorry for themselves. However, these plants can be rescued and used elsewhere in your garden as Ken explains.
Jobs for this week: Ken looks at cutting back ornamental grass plants and hydrangeas.