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Monty Don’s Shocking Revelation: The Future of Gardeners’ World Hangs in the Balance After His Desire to ‘Give Up’ BBC Show!

BlogMonty Don's Shocking Revelation: The Future of Gardeners' World Hangs in the Balance After His Desire to 'Give Up' BBC Show!

Following the announcement of MONTY Don’s BBC gardening series finale, supporters have shown their support with heartfelt tributes. Since 2003, the 68-year-old horticulture has been hosting Gardeners World, which began airing from his Herefordshire garden in 2011.

However, Monty announced his upcoming BBC Two series, Monty Don’s Spanish Gardens, in February. The gardening expert is now winding up the “final program” on it, and he has shared the sad news on social media. He shared a brief snippet from the most recent Monty Don’s Spanish Gardens episode.

“The last program in my series ‘Spanish Gardens’ is out this Friday 8th at 8 pm on BBC2,” the green-fingered star wrote as the post’s caption. I’m in the north of Spain this week, beginning in Galicia and visiting the magnificent Pazo de Oca Baroque Garden.”

Fans of the show flooded the comments section with emotional tributes.

One wrote: “Thank you for these lovely programmes. I think they’ve saved our bacon on these cold, wet, grey days. To see colour and brightness during this period really lifts the spirits. Fascinating series.”

A second added: “Glorious work, Monty. Thank you SO, so much, and I feel a connection with others across the Globe through your work. It’s a very beautiful thing.”

A third commented: “Thank you for all your work Monty, loved watching you.”

A fourth gushed: “You are a huge inspiration Monty! Thank you for an amazing series.”

A fifth penned: “Good luck Monty!!”

More details on Monty Don’s Spanish Gardens may be found on his website, where Monty also shared that the filming was “an exhilarating and fascinating experience.”

“This was filmed last year when I spent seven weeks in Spain across April, May, June, and October and covers over 40 different gardens right across Spain,” the gardening expert acknowledged.

“Despite having traveled to the nation numerous times as a tourist, I found it to be an exciting and fascinating experience with beautiful gardens and learned a great deal more about it.

“It looks incredible, and hope you find it as entertaining and rewarding watching it as I did making it.”

This is in response to rumors that Monty will leave Gardeners’ World, which he recently addressed.

As he stated to The Times, “I was naive.”

He continued, saying he was exhausted and felt it would be wonderful to take a break, but he was stupid to say so. He had made the remarks “at the end of a long year.”

“I am glad to continue doing this for a another three years, I can say that with complete certainty.

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