The RHS Gardening Podcast offers seasonal advice, inspiration and practical solutions to gardening problems. Trusted gardening professionals give you the latest horticultural advice, scientific research and tried-and-tested techniques to bring out the best in your garden.
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Get RHS cash to fund your gardening adventure, a Wisley walkabout, helping hedgehogs and more (Ep 138: September 2018)
Have you ever dreamed of travelling to distant lands to see and study plants in their native habitats? Or perhaps you'd like to grow your knowledge in other ways? An RHS bursary may be able to help. Past recipients share their stories of travels to Portugal and the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Closer to home, Matt Pottage gives an update on the latest in RHS Garden Wisley's multimillion-pound redevelopment, we head to Harlow Carr for tips on helping hedgehogs. Plus news on the Big Soup Share from the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.
Useful links: ►RHS bursaries ►Wisley future plans ►How to help hedgehogs ►Lindley libraries ►RHS Campaign for School Gardening - Big Soup Share ►Find an RHS event near you
A plant lover's paradise: exploring RHS Garden Harlow Carr (Ep 137: August 2018)
From iconic blue Himalayan poppies and drifts of streamside primulas to subtropical borders and precious alpines, Harlow Carr is a paradise for plant lovers. In this episode we meet the gardeners who share their favourite plants and parts of the most northerly RHS Garden.
Useful links: ►RHS Garden Harlow Carr ►Streamside ►Salvias ►Winter Walk ►Events at the garden ►Alpine House ►Cercidiphyllum japonicum ►Ozothamnus corralloides ►RHS Bursaries ►Harlow Carr library
Behind the scenes science, Wisley dahlia competition and what to do about wasps (Ep 136: August 2018)
We head behind the scenes at Wisley to find out what RHS scientists are studying in their ongoing work to keep our beloved garden plants safe and healthy. And with just a few weeks to go until the ever-popular People's Dahlia Competition at the Wisley Flower Show, we get some top tips on how to get the best from these colourful flowers. Back in the science department, Dr Hayley Jones shares some wisdom on wasps and pathologist Matthew Cromey gives an update on ash dieback and what gardeners can do about it.
Useful links: ►RHS slug and snail research ►Wisley Flower Show ►People's Dahlia Competition ►How to grow dahlias ►Rosemoor Flower Show ►All RHS events ►Ash dieback
Hyde Hall re-born (Ep 135: August 2018)
Join us on a journey through a Floral Fantasia and around the world in 80 veg... As our easternmost garden reaches the end of a multi-million pound investment programme, we visit a revitalised site that's bursting with colourful flowers and exotic edibles, discover what's new for visitors and discover how it has become more environmentally sustainable.
Useful links: ►Hyde Hall ►Global Growth Vegetable Garden (sponsored by Witan Investment Trust) ►Floral Fantasia ►Hyde Hall Flower Show ►all RHS events
Live from Tatton (Ep 134: July 2018)
This week we're at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park in Cheshire, revelling in this floral extravaganza in the glorious Cheshire countryside. We explore some of the show highlights before heading into 'The Beehive' with author and broadcaster Matthew Biggs who chairs a live question and answer session with gardening experts Mark Diacono, Lia Leendertz and Tony Dickerson.
Useful links: ►The Poisonous Garden ►RHS Young Designer of the Year ►Buy show tickets ► Find out more about the show ►Flood damage in gardens ►herbs ►courgettes ►clubroot ►liming ►plants for dry shade
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