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Gardeners' Question Time

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  • Banstead Downs
    What surprises might sprout from newly laid turf? What is the best compost? And what is 'companion planting'? Joining Peter Gibbs this week are grow-your-own expert Bob Flowerdew, garden designer Bunny Guinness and Pippa Greenwood, our expert in pests and diseases. In 2008, a special tree was planted in Flamstead, Bedfordshire. On the surface the plane tree seems normal, but it has an inter-galactic pedigree that is far from down-to-earth. Matt Biggs takes Dr Robert Massey from the Royal Astronomical Society and Professor Steve Miller from University College London to visit the tree and its owner. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Aniya Das Executive Producer - Louisa Field A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
    12/2/2022
    41:49
  • Bath
    Do you really need to wait until the freezing depths of winter before pruning a climbing rose? How do you start a compost heap? And what exactly is Fuchsia gall mite? Garden designers Chris Bearshaw, Juliet Sargeant, and RHS Wisley curator Matthew Pottage are ready to answer questions from a live audience in Bath. On his way to the hall, Peter Gibbs takes a stroll with historian Professor Marion Harney through Bath's historic Pleasure Gardens - gardens which often feature in Jane Austen's writing. Also on the programme, Ashley Edwards heads to Gladstone Park in North London to speak to garden designer Antonia Couling and artist Harun Morrison about their landscape garden feature The Anchor, The Drum, The Ship. Producer - Bethany Hocken Assistant Producer - Aniya Das Executive Producer - Louisa Field A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
    11/25/2022
    41:49
  • Banstead
    Can a pair of underpants tell you how healthy your soil is? What is toxic squash syndrome? And just why does Viburnum tinus smell like wet dog and poo to some people? Joining Peter Gibbs to answer these questions in front of a live audience in Banstead, Surrey, are plant and diseases expert Pippa Greenwood, garden designer Bunny Guinness and 'grow your own' expert Bob Flowerdew. Also on the programme, Bob Flowerdew offers up a masterclass on green manuring. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Aniya Das Executive Producer - Louisa Field A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
    11/18/2022
    42:11
  • Pitmedden Garden: Postbag Edition
    Kathy Clugston and a panel of horticultural experts visit National Trust for Scotland Pitmedden Garden. Answering questions from the GQT postbag are Chris Beardshaw, Kirsty Wilson and Matt Biggs. This week, the panellists suggest some plants for autumn colour around a village war memorial. They also diagnose a poorly willow tree, and explain how to sow wildflower seed through grass. Between the questions, they explore the brilliant gardens at Pitmedden, led by head gardener Scott Smith. They learn about the history of the parterres, and Chris talks us through a part of the garden that he designed himself. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Aniya Das Executive Producer - Louisa Field A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
    11/11/2022
    42:03
  • GQT From The Archives: Sustainability Special
    Peter Gibbs takes a look through the GQT archives for top tips on sustainable gardening. Over the years the GQT panellists have shared plenty of knowledge on how to be a green gardener. They look at everything from how to make your driveway more environmentally friendly, to efficiently collecting rainwater at home. We also hear Hafsah Haferji's "how-to" on companion planting, and head back to RHS Wisley with Matthew Pottage and Environmental Researcher Tijana Blanusa to learn how trees help us with carbon capture. Producer - Hannah Newton Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
    1/7/2022
    41:40

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