Gardening Gurus

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200A0120000109

Monty Don in conversation with six of the country's leading gardeners.

1: Best-selling author Dr D G Hessayon.

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Monty Don in conversation with six of the country's leading gardeners.

2: Alam Bloom, now 93, has developed 170 new varieties and was the originator of island beds.

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Monty Don in conversation with six of the country's leading gardeners.

3: Joy Larkcom, doyenne of vegetable gardening, has revived unusual vegetable and salad crops in her productive yet ornamental organic kitchen garden.

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Monty Don in conversation with six of the country's leading gardeners.

4: This week, Beth Chatto, who has transformed an inhospitable East Anglian field into a garden which attracts thousands of visitors a year.

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Monty Don in conversation with six of the country's leading gardeners.

5: Rosemary Verey, whose passion for knot gardens, structural silhouettes and vividly coloured stems transformed the perception of the garden in winter.

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Monty Don concludes his series of conversations with six of the country's leading gardeners by talking to Penelope Hobhouse, one of the most sought-after names in garden design, who only began gardening at the age of 30.

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Monty Don in conversation with some of the country's leading gardeners.

1: Dr D G Hessayon, author of best-selling gardening guides.

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Monty Don in conversation with the country's leading gardeners.

2: Joy Larkcom, doyenne of vegetable gardening, has revived unusual vegetable and salad crops in her productive yet ornamental organic potager.

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Monty Don concludes his series of conversations with some of the country's leading gardeners by talking to Penelope Hobhouse, one of the most sought-after names in garden design, who only began gardening at the age of 30.