‘Am I missing something?’ Gardeners’ World host Monty Don corrects BBC over tweet | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

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Monty Don took to Twitter to correct BBC’s Springwatch as it said we are still in the midst of spring. The Gardeners’ World host divided fans as he asked if he was “missing something” after reading the tweet.

The broadcaster was reacting to a post from the BBC series about an owl.

Posting a video of the small creature, the official account asked if anyone had seen one in the wild recently.

However, there was one element that Monty took issue with in the new tweet.

Yesterday the nature programmes’ account penned: “How charming is this little owl?!?

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The gardener’s followers were quick to respond to him about the blunder.

One penned: “Really cute owl! That show skips summer, they only have Spring, Autumn, & Winter.

“There’s a phrase ‘if you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen’, so guess they can’t stand the heat…”

While another added: “Guess this hot weather is getting to all of us.”

However, a third pointed out: “Depends if you go by astronomical or metrological..

“The solstice was only 4ish weeks ago, but yes, Spring should be done with by now.”

“But seasons aside, you haven’t answered the question…,” replied another fan of the broadcaster.

Elsewhere, Monty recently announced there will be a Gardeners’ World special arriving next month.

The presenter shared the news on his birthday as he thanked his fans for their messages.

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