Monty Don is on the campaign trail for wild flowers. 98% of meadows have been lost. On his revival, he tries his hand at making hay the old-fashioned way in a coronation meadow, visits the largest biodiversity hotspot in the world.
Rachel De Thame sharpens her shears to champion topiary, the great tradition of trimming and shaping plants. Rachel shows that, with a little know-how and confidence, everyone can share in the sense of fun that topiary can bring to gardens.
As a passionate plantswoman, Carol Klein wants everyone to embrace one of the most iconic and quintessentially British styles of gardening. She shares her years of experience with her ultimate guide to the best cottage garden plants.
Great British Garden Revival continues, as Britain's top television gardening talent inspire us to the save the nation's rich gardening heritage. In tonight's show Rachel de Thame investigates the decline of Britain's cut flower industry.
In this episode, plantswoman Carol Klein shares her infectious passion for a style of gardening that she thinks is in much need of a revival - the rock garden.
Diarmuid Gavin wants to use glasshouses to restore a sense of adventure, flair and excitement to gardens. On his campaign, he visits Wentworth Castle to help out with the final stages of the restoration of its elaborate glasshouse.
Charlie Dimmock campaigns to put ponds back in gardens. She finds out the importance of ponds for wildlife and takes the plunge in a new style of water gardening - the swimming pond.