Episode 4: BBC Gardeners' World Live 2013
Review of BBC Gardeners' World Live 2013,our plant of the month; Allium cristophii, perfect pairing (2 plants that go well together); Hemerocallis ‘Golden Chimes’ and Delphinium ‘Centurian Gentian Blue’ F1 and jobs to do in the garden this month.
BBC Gardeners World Live Show - 01' 18"
This year the show celebrated its 21st birthday. We discuss the UK's largest show of Bonsai trees, the show gardens and a trend in some of the gardens to use Yew (Taxus bacatta) as hedging instead of Box (Buxus sempervirens).
Plant of the Month - 07' 26"
Out plant of the month for July is Allium cristophii, also known as the Star of Persia. This ornamental onion is naturally occurring, growing up to 60cm tall with heads of 20cm diameter.
They are hardy, need full sun and good drainage to prevent rotting (especially in winter) and make excellent cut flowers.
Perfect Pairing - 10' 40"
These plants have been picked for their complimentary colours of golden yellow for the Hemerocallis and azure blue for the Delphinium. These two colours are opposite to each other on a colour wheel. Both plants need full sun, fertile moist soil and are hardy perennials.
Plants of Note - 20' 54"
Another two plants that we felt we worthy of note for this month are:
Podcast produced by Richard Farrar.