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Gardeners World first blossomed on to the BBC TV in 1968, where it was originally presented by Ken Burras from Oxford Botanical gardens.
Since then the show has featured a number of expert gardening presenters keen to divulge their passion and enthusiasm for the horticultural world.
Some of the big names to have presented Gardeners World include Percy Thrower, who filmed the show in his garden ‘the Magnolias’ in Shrewsbury, and Alan Tichmarsh who has presented the show from his garden at Woodroyd in Hampshire, as well as Burmans Farm, Stratford Upon Avon and a redeveloped playing field at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
The current series is presented by keen gardener, writer and presenter Monty Don, who has risen to fame from a single spot on gardening on This Morning through to writing a gardening column for the Observer and presenting a number of gardening shows on Channel 4.
As well as presenting Gardeners World from his own garden in Herefordshire Don is now the President of the Soil Association and a Patron of the Bees for Development Trust.
The show features Monty Don, alongside other expert guests, giving tips and advice on all types of gardening related issues, from seasonal growing tips to natural fertilisers, pruning and more.
The show also pays a visit to major gardening festivals around the UK including the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The show takes pride in getting down and dirty about gardening, with tips for beginners and experts on keeping lawns and growing vegetables and flowers.
Just about every gardening topic is covered at some time, whatever your soil type or passion for plants.
Often the series follows the seasons and gives amateurs a glimpse at how the professionals grow their own.
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