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May 7, 2017

Birds & Blooms Magazine Apr 2017


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May 7, 2017

Garden Design Magazine Mar 2006


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May 7, 2017

Open Gardens – S01e02

Carol Klein presents a series which follows 20 gardeners as they attempt to have their gardens accepted into the demanding National Gardens Scheme.


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May 7, 2017

Gardening Neighbours – S03e02

This series follows the garden makeover challenge of residents from a new housing development in Grovewood Park, Warwickshire. Hosts Chris Beardshaw and Ali Ward coach them over the course of a summer to transform their bare yards into showplaces.


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May 7, 2017

Garden Rescue – S02e01

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


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May 6, 2017

Grow Your Own Magazine May 2017


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May 6, 2017

BHG Country Gardens Spring 2017


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May 6, 2017

Bonsai Focus Magazine Feb 2016


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May 6, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e06.

Jim has set up the 6 x 8 greenhouse in an almost exact replica of his own greenhouse at home and this week he's adding some half-hardy colour. Meanwhile, Carole trials a range of fertilisers using Scotland's number one bedding plant, the begonia, to see what if any difference adding fertiliser makes, and Chris continues development of the new, old (Scottish) rose garden. It has been planted with every variety of rose, but they will all have to be able to cope with exposed Scottish conditions.


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May 6, 2017

Gardeners World s50e08.

Monty gets to work in the cutting garden, plants his tomatoes and brings pots of citrus out of the greenhouse and into the garden for the summer. Carol visits another of her gardening heroes, Penelope Hobhouse, and finds out about her lifetime of making grand gardens and how she has now created a low-maintenance haven for herself filled with foliage and colour in her small Somerset garden. Then meet Gill Bagshawe, who has filled her plot in the Peak District with raised beds to grow as many different cut flowers as she possibly can. And Alan Power extols the virtues of the Japanese maple as his choice of plant for the golden jubilee award


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