In this edition of the Gardening Hour, Geoff Hodge joins Ken Crowther to answer your gardening questions on everything from Fig Trees, Gooseberries, and Abutilon.
Corinne Price is the manager of the Shuttleworth Trust’s Swiss Garden in Bedfordshire, which reopened to the public in July 2014. The £3.5m restoration took 18 months and was funded by through donations and grants. Corinne gave Ken Crowther a potted history of the gardens.
The Fullers Mill garden can be found on the banks of the River Lark in Suffolk. Founder Bernard Tickner has spent over 50-years designing and creating the gardens. Now nearly 90-years-old, Bernard told Ken Crowther how it all began.
The Place for Plants in East Bergholt have been described like a Cornish garden in Suffolk, something that owner Rupert Eley finds flattering. He took Ken Crowther to the lower part of the garden to see for himself.
Steve Bradley from The Sun Newspaper talks about his personal garden.