It is time to begin to think of our next year's garden'. says H. G. Fleet , Ulster's radio gardener. During September there is still time to admire the garden, but the keen amateur should be thinking of the vacant spots where early peas and beans have been and of the flower garden where bloom is over. Those who want to put in new rose trees should not delay, for the longer the ground can be left to settle after it has been dug, the better.
A moral fantasy for organ and voices
Written and produced by John Pudney with Sheila Moloney , Carleton Hobbs , Bruce Winston , Gladys Young , Miriam Ferris , Gordon Little (by permission of Herbert Furjeon )
Reginald Foort at the BBC
Music composed by Jack Clarke
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