The ‘easy’ fruitful bit of summer – when everything just charges out of the ground – is over.
Monty Don gives advice on how to keep the crops coming well into autumn and looks beyond winter to next spring, with tips on how to save a packet by propagating perennials.
Carol Klein visits a partially sighted gardener whose border needs sorting out. Can Carol recommend plants to deliver maximum effect for minimal graft?
And Joe Swift looks at the design of a contemporary country garden while Nick Bailey is in Essex, where a group of villagers is trying to preserve and revive the work of Victorian rosarian Joseph Pemberton who gave the world hybrid musk roses, among other floral delights.