It’s a great time to start thinking about summer flowering bulbs which will inject a bit of colour to the summer garden. From dahlia’s to canna lilies they will brighten up a border and give a great perfume too, as Ken Crowther and Geoff discussed in the World Radio Gardening Studio.
Winter is often thought to be a dull time of the year in the garden. However, with a little planning and purchasing that need not be the case. There is a range of exotic, beautiful and interesting winter flowering plants. Geoff Hodge and Ken Crowther discuss what you can do to inject interest into the garden.
A popular question to the World Radio Gardening team is ‘what’s the difference between fibrous and tuberous begonias?’ And how do you look after them? Ken Crowther and Geoff Hodge discuss this and other questions from the World Radio Gardening post bag.
Ken Crowther and Geoff Hodge answer your gardening questions and queries, including when is the best time to prune pyracantha and can you propagate old pear trees. If you have a gardening question email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Crowther and Geoff Hodge discuss some of the emails received to the World Radio Gardening post bag.