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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Episode 89: How to grow camellias in pots, dealing with trees near to buildings, growing apples and taking cuttings
The RHS Advice team answer listeners' questions on camelias, acers and caring for trees that are close to buildings; plus we have seasonal advice on apples and an expert guide to propagating tender perennials. Plus an update on late summer events across the four RHS Gardens.
Episode 88: Tatton calling! Tips from expert growers; young designers' inspirations and more
We’re in Cheshire for the 2016 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park. Listen to all the best bits from the show including expert advice from local nurseries, the winning gardens in the 2016 RHS Young Designer of the Year Competition and all of the Tatton favourites, including inspiring ideas for back-to-back gardens.
Episode 87: Gardening Q&A including pond algae, growing potatoes for Christmas and box tree moth; Wisley's big plans for the future
This week we answer a bumper crop of gardening questions including: how to get clear water in your pond, which fruit and veg are wildlife-friendly, growing potatoes for Christmas and controlling box tree moth. Plus Wisley's youngest ever curator, Matthew Pottage, discusses the garden's big plans for the future, and RHS edibles guru Jim Arbury gives advice on seasonal tasks in the vegetable and fruit garden.
Episode 86: A day at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
Renowned for its roses, fantastic shopping opportunities and innovative garden displays, the show is a wonderful day out for garden lovers of all ages and runs until 10 July. We hear from garden designers at the show, speak to the winners of this year’s RHS and BBC Garden Design Competition, ’A Feel Good Front Garden’, and have some expert advice on creating gardens with man’s best friend in mind.