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Gardening magazine. Rachel de Thame lends Monty a hand as he refreshes his dry garden with plants that will thrive in tricky growing conditions. There is a visitor at Longmeadow this week when Rachel de Thame lends Monty a hand as he refreshes his dry garden with plants that will thrive in tricky growing conditions.
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Take off your coat, take off your boot, Take off your woolly hat, your boiler suit These lyrics from the song 'Bag Lady' by comedian Rich Hall sum up how I dress for working in the garden. While other women seem to look effortlessly chic while tending their plots I am thinking of Michelle Obama, Carol Klein, Rachel de Thame, to name a fewI start the day by stumbling out the back door in ill-fitting cords and a shapeless sweater, and end it looking as if I have been dragged through a hedge backwards: not so much shabby chic as just plain shabby.
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A star of Gardener's World has been flooded with messages of support after she revealed she hadn't been in the current series because she has cancer. Now scores of fans have come forward to offer words of support to the mother-of four, who has varieties of roses, dahlias and lupins named after her. Rachel de Thame, 56, has revealed she is battling breast cancer after vanishing from our screens this year.
By Daily Mail Reporter. Gardeners' World presenter Rachel de Thame said she was not allowed to breastfeed during filming. Regarded as one of the highlights of the British social calendar, the Chelsea Flower Show has an unspoken etiquette guide on what to wear, what to say and what to know. And as Gardeners' World presenter Rachel de Thame discovered, it doesn't include breastfeeding.
Gardeners World episode 29 There is a visitor at Longmeadow this week when Rachel de Thame lends Monty a hand as he refreshes his dry garden with plants that will thrive in tricky growing conditions. Monty also visits a national collection of vines to search out the best varieties for growing outdoors. Frances Tophill travels to the heart of Wales to meet a couple who have carved out a garden 1, feet above sea level and, in the last of his series rediscovering rockeries, Joe Swift visits Chelsea gold medal winner and stonemason Martin Cook to see how he uses contemporary rock sculpture within his Buckinghamshire garden.