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November 17, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e16

Charlie Dimmock and award-winning garden designers the Rich brothers compete to design gardens for homeowners around the country.



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November 17, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e15

Charlie Dimmock and award-winning garden designers the Rich brothers compete to design gardens for homeowners around the country.



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October 28, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e29.

In the last programme of the series, Monty continues work on the water feature in his paradise garden and makes a start on the planting. He also has plenty of tips on how to protect tender plants over the winter as well as making use of a valuable seasonal resource - leaves. Nick Bailey gives advice on how to choose the right tree for small gardens, Adam Frost travels to Stockton-on-Tees to meet an eight-year-old with a passion for gardening and invention, while Carol Klein is at Hidcote Manor in Gloucestershire explaining the science behind autumn colour and revelling in the plants which produce the best seasonal display. We also celebrate the fruits of the season when we travel to Threave Garden in Dumfries and Galloway to see a kaleidoscopic show of berrying trees and shrubs, and we meet Wade Muggleton who has amassed a large collection of heritage apple varieties in his Shropshire garden.


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October 28, 2018

Beechgrove Garden s11e23.

In the penultimate programme of the series, Jim is cropping kale and looking forward to red brussels sprouts for Christmas, while Carole continues the succession by planting hardy garlic to crop early next year. Chris attempts to spread the colour interest in the rose garden by underplanting with some more unusual bulbs. Meanwhile, Carole makes her last visit of the year to Tap o' Noth permaculture farm near Rhynie to see the last of the harvest and takes a look at the worm farm. George visits the magnificent Dawyck Botanic Gardens near Peebles to see the garden's autumn show and is taken on a fungi foray through the woodlands.


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October 28, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e40.

Meet former soldier Peter Rudland, who was seriously injured in a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Afghanistan but has found healing in his love of bonsai and cycling. Costa is joining thousands of other 'citizen scientists' in this year's Aussie Backyard Bird Count, and Millie shares her tips and insights for choosing the best possible punnet of seedlings to plant out at home.


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October 28, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e39.

Millie shows how to transform a discarded pallet into a handy tool rack to hang in your garden shed and Jane visits gardener and chef Angie Chong and learns how to make vegetable dumplings from herbs and greens gathered from the garden.


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October 28, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e38.

Jerry finds a cornucopia of interesting plants at Griffith University, curated by enthusiasts keen to promote local species using an app 'GroNative', Sophie meets a former soldier-turned-apiarist who has found solace and healing in beekeeping.


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October 28, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e37.

Using a patch of unloved land and material saved from the tip, Millie builds a productive new no-dig garden bed. Jane meets chef Annie Smithers, who loves growing fresh produce for her restaurant so much she has upscaled to a mini market garden, and they cook a seasonal vegetable pie together, and Costa meets a garden designer whose own garden is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of wabi sabi, which sees beauty in imperfection.


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October 23, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e28.

In the cottage garden, Monty is moving a rose which has outgrown its space, and in the vegetable garden he gives advice on what to plant now for spring. He also finds out more about the mysterious world of earthworms and discovers why they are vital for the garden. Catch up with Adam Frost as he shares his plans for his own garden and find out how it has fared over the summer, and Toby Buckland discovers a garden in Scotland where contemporary planting has been the solution to challenging climactic conditions. Flo Headlam visits a project where gardening has been prescribed by a doctor to help improve mental health, Joe Swift is at the Malvern Autumn Show meeting the competitors in this year's national giant vegetable championship, and we travel to a small garden in Kent transformed into an exotic jungle paradise full of foliage.


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October 20, 2018

Beechgrove Garden s11e22.

Beechgrove Garden looks ahead to spring, with Carole planting a bedding scheme based on the spokes of a colour wheel. Jim and George start the process of battening down the hatches for winter and prepare plants against the weather to come, while Carole visits Attadale Gardens in Lochcarron, Rosshire. Although the garden dates back to Victorian times, Attadale owners Nicky and Ewen Macpherson have recently added contemporary features of particular interest to fern fanatic Carole - a sunken fern garden in a geodesic dome.


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