Watch this space Monty Don branded a ‘tease’ as he shares plans for project away from GW

Monty Don reveals ‘biggest change’ to jewel garden

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Monty Don, 65, is a familiar face on screens as he heads up the series Gardeners’ World on BBC Two. However, the presenter has now shared some plans for a new project on the horizon for him.

Monty made the admission after a fan sent him a request on his Twitter account.

They penned to the BBC presenter: “I think someone should create an inclusive easy read book series about gardening, that would be so good! @TheMontyDon.”

The Gardeners’ World presenter couldn’t help but reply with an exciting tease about his new project.

Posting in view of his 234,000 followers, he replied: “Watch this space…”

His update left many very excited as some called him out for being a “tease”.

One follower penned: “Ooooh that sounds exciting Monty! @TheMontyDon”

“Oooh… such a tease you are,” added another fan of the presenter.

A third then wrote: “Wooo hoo! Can I get a copy?”

“I think @TheMontyDon should present a programme about the history of gardening on television,” penned a fourth.

Monty has been revealing plenty of exciting news recently as he also shared how his new audiobook is out today.

Entitled My Garden World, this follows Monty on a year at home in Longmeadow.

He shares his personal journey in the audiobook through the natural year, season by season.

The hardcover was first released back in September 2020, much to the delight of fans.

Elsewhere, Monty has confirmed Gardeners’ World has begun filming normally for the first time in over a year.

The BBC series has now forgone the majority of the restrictions put in place during the pandemic.

Monty shared the update as remote filming offices were removed from his garden earlier this week.

He then shared the news on his Twitter explaining they were “back doing what we love”.

The presenter penned: “Completed the first programme filmed back with full crew (albeit with social distancing).

“Under pandemic restrictions we did a job – hopefully well enough.

“But now we are back to doing what we love.”

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