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Gardeners' World

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Alan Titchmarsh gives advice on potting up pelargoniums and planting raspberries. The National Daffodil Society's Clive Postles nurtures specimens for the group's centenary. See today's choices.
Executive producer Tony Laryea Series producer Colette Poster
Stereo Subtitled .......................
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Gardeners' World
8.30pm BBC2 Whether it's planting raspberries or preparing bare-root trees, Alan Titchmarsh has expert advice on it. And if daffodils are your thing, leading daffodil breeder Clive Postles is your man. He shows off his hybridising technique from his nursery at Droitwitch in Worcestershire, where the flowers attract customers
from all around the world, each prepared to pay up to LW for a single bulb.
Back in Great Dixter, Stephen Lacey talks to trendy gardening guru Christopher Lloyd about his bold use of Michaelmas daisies, carnations and foxgloves as bedding space-fillers.

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