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By World Radio Gardening
The world’s first streamed gardening radio station providing advice, interviews and music for all gardeners anywhere
Your gardening questions answered in our monthly podcast. If you've got a question email us [email protected] or call 033 33 44 00 14.
Andrew Tokeley chats with Ken Crowther about sowing onions and leeks.
John reflects how climate and the pandemic have affected gardening in Australia.
Yvette Faris talks about why coppicing is so important.
Richard Webb chats to Ken all about the snowdrops at Bennington Lordship.
Is it too early to prune my rose bushes? The kids have wrecked my lawn playing in the recent snow, what should I do? These and many more questions are answered by our gardening expect Ken Crowther. If you've got ...
Now is the perfect time to be pruning fruit trees. Adam Pasco has some top tips to get your orchard looking neat and tidy ready for a bumper crop of fruit later in the year.
World Radio Gardening is starting a new monthly podcast answering all your gardening questions. Need help with your hydrangeas or advice about your azalea? Ken Crowther is on hand to help with a new podcast planting in your favourite device ...
Our Australia reporter John explains how the global pandemic has affected things down under.
Mick Lavelle from Writtle University College says that people have become more aware their local environment and nature since lockdown happened in 2020.
Ken Crowther chats with Harvey Stevens about the history of Saville Gardens in Windsor Great Park.
Horticulture lecturer at Writtle University College, Mick Lavelle, tells World Radio Gardening presenter Owen Ward about his own unique garden.
Harvey Stevens shows Ken Crowther the rose garden in Windsor Great Park
Mick Lavelle speaks with Owen Ward about how teaching at Writtle University College has had to change as a result of coronavirus restrictions.
Here's a to do list for your gardening this month.
The Valley Gardens at Windsor Great Park are a site to see and the planting in the 60`s creates great shows in spring.
Theo visits the Sculpture by the Lakes in Dorset and chats to the owners Simon and Monique.
Here's a list of things you could be doing in the garden this month.
Owen and Ken take a look at the emails you have sent in to World Radio Gardening. If you have a gardening question, send them to [email protected]
The farm manager at Tiptree Farms tells Ken Crowther how they are planning to recycle wasted heat from the Wilkin & Sons factory to extend the fruit season.
Ken Crowther has visited Tiptree Farms to find out how this years fruit harvest has been.
John Mason looks at how gardens can help protect homes from wild fire in Australia.
David Turner from Mr Fothergill's Seeds tells our reporter Ken Crowther what new flowers customers should expect to see in the near future.
Our allotment man Tim is harvesting all the different types of tomatoes he has grown this year.
Ken takes a trip to Mr Fothergill's Seeds trial grounds - the only one of it's type in the UK.
Our regular allotment correspondent, Tim, is pleased with how his beetroots have picked up after recent rain.
Ken chats with David Turner from Mr Fothergill's Seeds about how coronavirus has affected the business.
We got lots of emails to World Radio Gardening. In this programme Ken Crowther answers your questions. If you have a question you can email [email protected]
World Radio Gardening's allotment man Tim, takes us on a musical tour of his allotment during a busy period for him.
Ken's been back to Tiptree farms where it's be a great year for cherries.
Gardening author Rachel McCartain tells World Radio Gardening all about her new book. You can buy Rachel's book from all good book shops and online too - https://www.amazon.co.uk/want-like-Garden-PlantPlots-TopTips/dp/1789631130
Tim's found it a bit breezy lately on his coastal allotment in Essex.
At the height of summer, allotment man Tim considers if it's too late in the year to sow seeds.
Horticulture Lecturer Mick Lavelle considers the impact Coronavirus lockdown has had on the environment.
Tim's had a bit of a disaster on his allotment in Essex.
Keen allotment man, Tim, talks about the beans he's planted.
Geoff Hodge has some top tips on how to look after your lawn during the summer.
Here on World Radio Gardening, we were due to feature a wine expert. That is still our plan. Ken Crowther explains more.
Geoff Hodge takes a look at the plant of the month for June.