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  • GQT at Home: Festive Floral Ideas and Overwintering Wisterias
    Kathy Clugston hosts this week's gardening panel show. Horticultural experts Christine Walkden, Anne Swithinbank and Chris Beardshaw answer questions sent in by listeners from across the country. This week, the panellists divulge their best tips for encouraging your plants to fruit and flower, and also look into a listener's query about the mysterious plant growing from a tree trunk in her garden - could it be an orchid? Need some tips for your festive floral designs? Florist Hazel Gardiner shares her ideas for the most eye-catching arrangements. And GQT's vegetable virtuoso Bob Flowerdew has some seasonal suggestions for a productive winter plot. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
  • GQT at Home: Rooftop Trees and Frilly Leaves
    Kathy Clugston hosts the horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts. This week's panellists are the ever-knowledgeable Chris Thorogood, Pippa Greenwood, and Bunny Guinness. The team marks the beginning of National Tree Week by sharing some potted tree ideas for a rooftop terrace, as well as offering advice for a student science project. Meanwhile, Bob Flowerdew has some top tips for looking after fruiting plants over winter, and we head up to Edinburgh as Kirsty Wilson tells us about two rather unusual plants, Dead Man's Fingers and the colourful Beautyberry. Producer - Hannah Newton Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
  • Becontree Estate: Postbag Edition
    Peter Gibbs and the panel are at Becontree Estate answering your gardening questions. Joining him this week are regular panellists Matt Biggs, Christine Walkden and Matthew Wilson. To celebrate Becontree's 100th birthday, community gardener Carole Wright shows Peter and the panel what the local community have grown on this otherwise urban estate. As they explore the estate, the panel answer questions from listeners, including how to grow a healthier Photinia and how best to cut back an unruly rose shrub. Producer - Daniel Cocker Assistant Producer - Aniya Das A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
  • GQT from the Archives: Winter Special
    Kathy Clugston has a look through the GQT archive for this special winter edition of the show. You'll hear from many of our regular panellists, plus a few friendly voices you may recognise from GQT shows of yore... Pull on your wooly socks and pick up your gardening tools, in true GQT style, we're reminding ourselves of the many jobs at hand through the winter season, including growing pollinators for those late-flying bees, making best use of your water butt, and planting for those spectacular autumn/winter colour shows. Beyond the questions, Juliet Sargeant highlights the enduring joys of populating your green spaces with evergreens, and Matthew Wilson's 2018 trip to the winter garden at RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Essex, reminds us all of the distinctive delights of the dogwood. Producers - Daniel Cocker and Jemima Rathbone Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

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