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September 18, 2017

Return To The Lost Gardens Of Heligan S01e03.

Barbara Flynn narrates this second visit to the gardens of Heligan, two years on from the original renovation. Although the scars have begun to heal, the wet summer of 1998 brought a threat to many of Heligan's rare and precious species. New faces join the gardening team, and the fate of many of Heligan's original gardening staff on the field of Flanders is revealed.


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September 16, 2017

Gardeners World s50e25.

Monty's thoughts turn to spring as he gives his recommendations for bulbs to plant now that will thrive in pots and bring much-needed colour next year. Monty also shows how to prune summer fruiting raspberries. Frances Tophill travels to Norfolk to visit a gardener who, at 97, still gardens every day, Adam Frost takes a look at a new garden at RHS Wisley which has been planted up with tropical plants and Carol Klein is in Buckinghamshire helping a viewer who is struggling to find plants that will thrive in heavy clay soil. Alan Power guides us through seasonal spring highlights at Stourhead, and we visit a tiny garden in Essex which is packed with plants, ponds and seating areas.


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September 16, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e22.

The whole Beechgrove team are on the road again, this time to the Fife county town of Cupar. Renowned for its award-winning floral displays, the Cupar in Bloom team have invited Beechgrove to come and take a look at their efforts, as well as hosting a Beechgrove Gardeners' Question Time in the Corn Exchange. Jim, Carole, George and Brian attempt to answer as many Cupar gardening questions as possible. The team also visit some of Cupar's outstanding gardens and tee off with a visit to Elmwood Golf Course.


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September 16, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e28.

The Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions, Costa takes Sophie to visit one of his favourite gardens - a community project in Darwin that grows food, skills and friendships, and Millie explains why it’s not always a good idea to remove caterpillars from plants. Guest presenter Carolyn Blackman visits a spectacular nursery and gives us her top tips for planting design while Jerry picks up a great tip on achieving perfect drainage for plants in any garden. Josh lends Millie a hand to build a frame for climbing plants that will create a beautiful small-garden screen.


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September 16, 2017

Love Your Home And Garden s01e03.

Alan and his team head to Chester to transform the uninspiring home of Richard and Ann Price, who have both dedicated their lives to charity work. In the last ten years the couple have fostered over 20 children, and now look after their granddaughter three days a week. In addition to this Richard has been a dedicated volunteer with the Samaritans and they have both been involved in Ann's passion of training guide dogs for the blind. This has meant little time has been spent on their home and garden, which is one of the ugliest Alan has ever encountered. With a bit of clever reconfiguration, the team transform their home.


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September 15, 2017

Return To The Lost Gardens Of Heligan S01e02.

Barbara Flynn narrates this second visit to the gardens of Heligan, two years on from the original renovation. Although the scars have begun to heal, the wet summer of 1998 brought a threat to many of Heligan's rare and precious species. New faces join the gardening team, and the fate of many of Heligan's original gardening staff on the field of Flanders is revealed.


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September 15, 2017

Return To The Lost Gardens Of Heligan S01e01.

Barbara Flynn narrates this second visit to the gardens of Heligan, two years on from the original renovation. Although the scars have begun to heal, the wet summer of 1998 brought a threat to many of Heligan's rare and precious species. New faces join the gardening team, and the fate of many of Heligan's original gardening staff on the field of Flanders is revealed.


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September 11, 2017

All Gardens Great And Small s01e03.

Dee visits Nigel and Vincent, who entertain visitors with a clarinet choir; a garden planted on river barges; and a pub landlady famed for her hanging baskets


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September 11, 2017

Love Your Home And Garden s01e02.

Alan and the team bring their makeover prowess to the home of Manisha and Rajeev, whose little boy has distonic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. This life-limiting condition means young Aryan requires full time care. What's more, given the size of Aryan's wheelchair and the amount of equipment he needs, the family's semi-detached 1930s house has become a prison for them. Even though Aryan loves being outdoors, the large sloping back garden is completely off-limits. Alan ropes in talented architect team George Bradley and Ewald Van der Straeten, along with experts Kunle Barker and Katie Rushworth to transform these living spaces.


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September 9, 2017

All Gardens Great And Small s01e02.

Top amateur gardener Dee Hart Dyke and her daughter Miranda Hart visit a splendid garden near Warwick Castle and one in north London that features home-made follies.


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