November 15, 2011

gardeners’ world s43e01 2010

March 5th 2010

Toby looks at the best varieties of snowdrop available for the garden and offers tips on the the best strains of tomatoes. Joe joins Toby as they get the fruit garden under way while at Glebe Cottage, Carol takes a closer look at the Hellebore family. Also in this program, Alys plants some sweet peas for picking during the summer.

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November 12, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e32 2006.

15th December 2006

Joe Swift looks back over the evolution of the three new presenter gardens. From blank canvas to beautiful new gardens, we see the evolution of Monty's lush shady garden, Carol's garden from seeds and cuttings, and Joe's small and functional family garden.

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November 12, 2011

gardening australia s22e40 2011.

Jane Edmanson visits a flower grower who also grows vegetables for St Kilda's Sacred Heart Mission to help feed the homeless, Josh Byrne visits the young family to see the results of the playful and productive garden he has helped them to create and Jerry Coleby-Williams visits a seedling nursery to find out how they grow them to perfection. Also, Tino Carnevale meets a gardener who has overcome the challenge of a new gardening climate, having moved from Queensland to the Apple Isle.

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November 11, 2011

gardeners’ world s29e26 1996.

16 August 1996

The second program in tribute to Geoff Hamilton. Alongside clips of Geoff at his best, there are contributions from many of gardening's famous names.

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November 11, 2011

gardeners’ world s29e25 1996.

9th August 2009

The first of 2 programs in tribute Geoff Hamilton, who sadly died just two days after recording this episode.

Geoff reviews the progress of his low-cost border from seed, installs the rose fountain in the Reclaimed Garden, reports on quick-cropping strawberries, and prunes a Weigela, while Pippa Greenwood tells us about the dreaded Fire-blight plant disease, Stephen Lacey visits the walled Victorian garden and glasshouses at West Dean near Chichester, and Gay Search explores a specialist fuschia nursery.

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November 9, 2011

gardeners world s39 special – allotment life.

Horticultural special. March 2006

Monty Don explores allotment life, meeting a diverse cast of characters and learning some unusual growing techniques along the way. He visits 4 different allotment sites in Birmingham, from the small, to the largest allotment in the country - the 400 site Uplands Allotment. Also theres a visit to an annual produce show.

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November 6, 2011

gardening australia s22e39 2011.

Josh Byrne prepares for the summer heat, flushing and repairing irrigation lines, Stephen Ryan drops in on some old friends to explore their lovingly tended garden full of rare and unusual plants and Tino Carnevale demonstrates some simple ways to protect ripening crops. Also in this program Colin Campbell visits a gardener who has overcome a challenging sloped block, by using two distinctly different garden styles.

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November 5, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e27 2006.

10th November 2006.

Many viewers will have been growing chilli plants along with the Berryfields team. This week's programme presents the results, as well as some viewers' stories. Monty will sum up future plans for next year, Carol will be collecting and sowing berries, and Joe will be planting up containers for winter colour.

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November 2, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e26 2006.

3rd November 2006

Monty spends time clearing and cleaning the vegetable garden now the growing season is at an end. Sarah Raven visits a Victorian walled kitchen garden to learn about forcing and blanching, and Joe swift spends time in the green houses.

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October 30, 2011

gardening australia s22e38 2011.

Jerry Coleby-Williams plants sweet potatoes on his verge to make the most of every piece of his productive patch. Clarence Slockee visits the Towra Team, a group of indigenous trainees working with NSW Parks to restore, protect and connect with their country, while Sophie Thomson explores The Adelaide Botanic Gardens to show how Australian plants can be used to create a range of traditional garden styles.

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