Monty Don excites fans as he teases potential return date for BBCs Gardeners World

Monty Don makes appearance on BBC's Morning Live

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Monty Don, 66, has taken to Twitter in response to a follower who asked when Gardeners World would be back on viewers’ screens. He responded with a provisional date, leaving his fans excited about the news.

Monty shared the tweet with his 246,000 Twitter followers.

@Boo_75boo was the one to pose the question of when the next season would be broadcast.

Monty Don responded, saying: “Provisional March 11th – but yet to be confirmed.

“But latest 18th March.”

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Monty Don recently spoke up about the future of his shows.

On last Thursday’s episode of BBC 2 Radio Breakfast, he spoke to Zoe Ball.

Zoe asked the presenter if he had any plans to return to one of his other shows, which he has been absent from.

Asking about Big Dreams, Small Spaces, she asked if there were any plans to record more episodes.

The show features Monty travelling throughout the country, attempting to help people build the garden of their dreams.

The last episode, after three seasons were filmed, was broadcast in 2017.

Zoe was waiting for the star to reveal that a new series had been commissioned by the BBC.

But Monty disappointingly said: “There are no plans, but I would love to.

“So if anyone from the BBC is listening to that, myself and the production team would love to do more Big Dreams, Small Spaces.

“We’ve been asking the BBC about it for a number of years so watch this space.

“But as of yet, I am afraid not.”

Elsewhere, Gardeners’ World experts have recently shared which vegetables are best to grow now in order for maximum results in time for late spring and summer.

Apparently, there are three kinds of vegetables that can be sown this month, and they are chillies, aubergines, and basil.

According to Gardeners’ World, many types of chilli are available in supermarkets, but gardeners will fare better in terms of choice if they grow the chillies themselves.

Experts said they are best grown from seed and in containers.

This means they should ideally be put on a patio or balcony.

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