Peter Seabrook is joined by Anthony Andrews, a man who traded seeds from Essex to East Germany. Plus with the imminent phasing out of Glyphosate, Peter has news on how to kill weeds. And there are some timely tips on leaf mould.


The annual celebration of the apple takes place throughout the UK in October. It’s a great opportunity to try different varieties of the fruit, enjoy local ciders or juices at one of the many events held across the country. Fran from Lubera has her countdown to National Apple Day.


Peter Seabrook speaks to Jonathan Hill from Rolawn about how and when to lay turf at this time of year and what goes into the production process. Plus Peter has thoughts on pansies, outdoor classrooms and butterflies at weddings.


Part of the apple family, the fruits of the quince are used to produce the traditional jelly. However, unlike an apple the fruit is much harder and has to be sliced to be eaten. The growers at Wilkin and Son in Tiptree check the quince on a weekly basis to see if they are ready to be picked as Andrey Ivanov told Ken Crowther.