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Their first project in a neglected corner of a
Capability Brown landscape, is the Japanese garden at Gatton Park, Surrey. It was created in 1910 by orchid grower Sir Jeremiah Colman, of the mustard family.
This week they unearth the oldest garden in the series, at Shelley Hall, Suffolk. It is a moated Tudor garden created in 1519 by Sir Philip Tilney. He was a member of an ancient knightly .. show full overview
The gardening team work on uncovering the lost world of a 19th-century Warwick grocer's detached pleasure garden in Warwick.
When Frances and Jim Philbrook moved into their Victorian country house in the heart of the Lake District, they never suspected the plot they'd inherited was once a much admired and .. show full overview
The lost garden on the estate of Dunira, Near Comrie, Perthshire was owned by
a wealthy laird, and the decayed estate now holds a tragic family secret.
The team makes a start on .. show full overview
A lock-keeper's garden blooms as Monty Don and his channel 4 team
recreate a scene from the forgotten past of Coventry's waterways.
Excavation of a garden near Coventry draws a .. show full overview
Research and restoration on a Georgian officer's terrace
in Chatham Historical Dockyard.
By piecing together evidence from the ground, archives and from a detailed model
of the .. show full overview
Lost Gardens - Presenter Monty Don, garden historian Dr Toby Musgrave and landscaper
Ann-Marie Powell discover a tropical paradise near Falmouth in Cornwall.
The lower garden at .. show full overview
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