January 24, 2011

gardening australia s21e47 2010.

Air date 22nd Jan 2011.

Colin Campbell explains some of the best practical gardening tips he's picked up over his long career, all tried and tested by generations of gardeners, Angus Stewart visits a pre-school garden in Sydney designed to connect the kids with their local plants and animals, and the food that ends up on the table and John Patrick gives tips on where to position plants in a garden bed and visits a garden to look at some examples.

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January 21, 2011

the edwardian farm.

Archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn and historian Ruth Goodman arrive at Morwellham Quay in Devon - once home to one of the busiest ports in Britain. For the next twelve months they will be attempting to bring it back to life as it was in its Edwardian heyday.

(This is a repack of previously published individual articles).

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January 17, 2011

all new square foot gardening (book).

Do you know what the best feature is in All New Square Foot Gardening?
Sure, there are ten new features in this all-new, updated book. Sure, it's even simpler than it was before. Of course, you don't have to worry about fertilizer or poor soil ever again because you'll be growing above the ground. But, the best feature is that "anyone," "anywhere" can enjoy a Square Foot garden. Children, adults with limited mobility, even complete novices can achieve spectacular results using this simple method.

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January 16, 2011

green gardening and lawn care.

This video teaches you everything you need to know about natural lawn care, including pest control, lawn maintenance, water management, soil requirements, planting and composting, as well as the tools you will need to get started. Pesticides are out, and hand picking is in. Your neighbors will be envious of your green and healthy lawn and blooming garden!

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January 11, 2011

gardeners’ world s38e21 2005.

38x21 5th August 05

Sarah Raven meets a variety of people passionate about cultivating vegetables, from growers in Yorkshire's `rhubarb triangle' to Jersey Royal farmers. She dispels the myths about the competition world, in which produce may be giant but must also be edible, and asks the Chairman of the National Vegetable Society just what it takes to make a champion entry.

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January 9, 2011

gardening australia s21e46 2010.

Air date 9th Jan 2011.

Colin Campbell explores a garden where the owners have overcome Townsville's challenging dry tropical climate to create a paradise and Jerry Coleby-Williams is doing some maintenance on his fruit trees, pruning out citrus gall wasp, cleaning and spraying to prevent fungal attack and controlling the roots of the bananas.

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January 8, 2011

life in a cottage garden s01.

Ep1 Air date 7 March 2011

In this new series plantswoman Carol Klein shares with us a year in her garden at Glebe Cottage in north Devon.

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January 6, 2011

gardening australia 2010 A Year In Petes Patch.

Presented by Peter Cundall.

A practical and comprehensive guide to organic vegetable gardening in a temperate climate, over a complete year. Presenter Peter Cundall explains the tasks to be done month to month and season to season, and discusses crop rotation and its importance for pest and disease control. Essential viewing for allotment owners !

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January 3, 2011

gardening australia s21e45 2010.

Air date 2nd Jan 2011.

Stephen Ryan rejuvenates his perennial border, removing plants that haven't worked, rearranging those that have and pruning others to encourage vigorous growth, while Tino Carnevale explains the different types of garlic and how to grow them, sows a green manure crop and harvests Jerusalem artichokes.

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January 3, 2011


Few things are better for your plants and for the environment than home-made garden compost, yet why is making it never quite as straightforward as the experts would have us believe? Perhaps unrealistic expectations, coupled with the modern desire for instant results, are mainly to blame. The commercial garden industry, anxious to sell us a fancy machine or secret ingredient that promises to make compost in days, merely adds to our feeling of inadequacy. But don’t panic, this book is here to help take the mystery and fuss out of making compost.

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