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December 14, 2010

gardening australia s21e40 2010.

Air date 27th Nov 2010.

Jerry Coleby-Williams plants chillies, eggplant and basil, prepares fruit trees for the humid months ahead and deals with an invasion of native snails. John Patrick visits a historic garden and explains how the principles of the 140 year old design are still relevant today, and Jane Edmanson meets a gardener who has overcome the competition of large trees, baking heat and possums to create a colourful and productive garden.


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December 13, 2010

gardening australia s21e39 2010.

Air date 20th Nov 2010.

Jerry's Coleby-Williams shows how to shelter and insulate a small raised garden bed by surrounding it with plants. Clarence Slockee looks at Australian plants that produce lots of nectar, explains why they do it and how they were used by aboriginal people, and on the veggie patch Tino Carnevale plants different types of bush and climbing bean, checks the progress of the banana and sows seed of a giant variety of pumpkin.


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December 4, 2010

gardening australia s21e38 2010.

Air date 13th Nov 2010.

Stephen Ryan drops in on a local gardener to explore her romantic cottage-style garden in Melbourne's picturesque Dandenong Ranges. and John Patrick is preparing the soil and planting new season crops, eggplant, zucchini and lettuce.


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November 23, 2010

lost gardens s01.

Step back in time to discover eight forgotten and overgrown gardens, recreating them to resemble what they would've been in their heyday.Renowned garden presenter Monty Don leads a horticultural and design team to resurrect eight very different British gardens, spanning 500 years.


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October 30, 2010

gardeners world s43e33 – james wong and the malaysian garden.

27th Nov 2010

Ethnobotanist and garden designer, James Wong travels to Malaysia in search of inspiration for a Malaysian themed garden for the world famous Chelsea Flower Show.


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September 26, 2010

highgrove – alan meets prince charles.

The Prince of Wales takes Alan Titchmarsh on a tour of Highgrove House - his own personal retreat and family home.

 


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September 15, 2010

glorious gardens s01.

A series in which Irish gardening expert Eugene Higgins embarks on a challenging project to transform tired and dull plots into glorious gardens.


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September 13, 2010

half ton veg.

Once a year the crème de la crème of the UK's giant vegetable growers strap their giant pumpkins to their pick-ups and compete to see who has grown the heaviest cabbage, the longest parsnip, and the most enormous onion at the UK Giant Vegetable Championships.

This documentary follows the fortunes of three of the main contenders - and their long-suffering wives.


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September 9, 2010

flowers of the british isles.

Great Britain is renowned the world over for the many and varied flower species that grow, quite literally, from Land's End to John O'Groats and all points in between. From the first snowdrops of the year through to the hosts of golden daffodils and the purple haze of bluebell woods, the flowers of Britain truly are a delight, although in the hustle and bustle of 21st Century life, they can all too often be overlooked.

 


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August 28, 2010

how to propagate plants.

We observed and now share the skills behind the successful propagation of plants on which gardens depend so heavily. This DVD provides the viewer with the skills needed to propagate plants, from the basic first steps through to more advanced technical skills.


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