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Gardeners' World

2009

Episode 22

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Despite a glorious autumn, it is now too cold for some of the tender plants in the garden to stay outdoors, so Toby Buckland explains which plants need wrapping up and which plants need to be brought under cover. Joe joins in to demonstrate what materials to use to protect plants, as well as coming up with a few innovative methods of plant protection.

In the vegetable garden, it is the season of the pumpkin, and Toby harvests and gives his top tips for storing them.

For Carol at Glebe Cottage, autumn is a feast for the senses as she explores the richness of autumn colour and explains why trees and plants go dormant over winter. Show less

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