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14 August 2020 22:39

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We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Sign up fornow and never miss the top Royal stories again. Gardeners' World presenter Monty Don, 65, has issued an apology to viewers who sent in clips to the programme showing the wildlife living in their own gardens. The presenter admitted the BBC show received so many videos from fans that it was impossible to show them all during last week's episode.

Monty Don issues apology on Gardeners’ World after being inundated by viewers

Monty began by saying: "Gardeners are increasingly aware of the importance of wildlife in gardens and a lot of you have sent in films celebrating the wildlife in your own gardens at home. "Now, we've looked at them all, but I'm afraid we just haven't got time to show them. "So what we've done, is to take some of our favourite moments and put them together." The programme then showed a video montage of some of the best clips that had been sent of people observing the insects, birds and animals which live in their gardens. READ MORE... Monty Don shares heartache as dog is involved in freak accident

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