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Carol,  those lovely silver earrings that you wear! Are they snowdrops or bluebells or some other flower? Did you have them made for you or did you buy them off the shelf?  Would love to purchase a pair like them, can you tell me where you got them from?

Carol - please tell me where you got that lovely blue coat you were wearing...much to nice to garden in!
Dear Carol, I always love your segment on the show. We are in the lucky position of having a blank canvas of a garden to design here in Streatham Hill, London, SW2. However, our south facing garden has a mature Oak tree at the end and an Art Studio which takes a lot of light. Also our fences are rather high. We have a dog, Basset Hound and 2 grandsons ages 5 & 18 months. Do you have any ideas? Martin & Jon
I've just come in from the garden and think I might settle down to watch the latest gardeners world on iplayer since I missed it on friday.

Hello Carol and fellow gardeners - having searched for weeks and weeks I too have had no joy in trying to find a lovely warm 'blue coat' similar to the gorgeous one that Carol so attractively wears, please please please can anyone help 



Just seen Carol's cottage garden on my +box. I'd love to have the series on a DVD, my daughter would as well. PLEASE BBC!

Woodgreen wonderboy

I saw CK at the Malvern Show, and she took the time to answer a question I put to her. Can I say more?

I've just finished reading Carol's book of the TV series and found it to be immensely enjoyable. This "exotic style" is very suited to my garden in northern NSW in eastern Australia.I've already experimented with Rudbeckias and this season I'm trying Dahlias,now I might also try Asters.I realy like Carol's enthusiasm and informality.I wish that the TV series would be shown in Oz.Thanks Carol for the inspiration.

Ian - look out for Carol's DVD's on the internet - she is so inspiring and a proper plantswoman.


That series is on Youtube Ian

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