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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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August 24, 2010

how to grow house plants.

A Guide to Choosing, Care, Preparation and Propagation. Most house-plants survive despite the poor treatment we give them. However, with this comprehensive video you can learn how house-plant care can be simple and rewarding and how a bit more effort yields fantastic results.

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August 23, 2010

british trees and woodlands.

The landscape of Great Britain is famous the world over for its rolling hills, rich green valleys and meandering rivers, but without the nation's trees and woodlands, the beauty of the countryside would definitely be diminished.

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August 21, 2010

top tips traditional gardening techniques.

Each garden is different and each head gardener has different methods and means of applying his knowledge. Whether it is sowing times or the right time to clip a hedge in a particular garden, the more we delve into the UK’s famous gardens the more we come across the astonishing levels of skill and knowledge that are buried deep in the hearts of these gardens and those who garden them.

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August 21, 2010

top tips for spring and summer.

This DVD aims to guide you through seasons that are arguably the two most active in the gardening calendar, giving useful advice, hints and tips about how to get the most from your garden.

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August 20, 2010

Linda Barker’s Step-by-Step Solutions: Plants and Planting

The Contents of the DVD are interesting to anyone wishing to learn more about the subject of plants and planting. Topics covered include indoor plants care tips, using plants for decoration, garden design, exotic plants in the UK, building a rockery, low maintenance borders and plants, bedding plants, making a wooden planter, creating a herb garden, climbing plants and how to train them, pruning roses and plants for winter colour.



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August 18, 2010

how to grow fruit.

Growing fruit can present some of the greatest challenges in gardening, yet it remains increasingly popular because of the great rewards and health benefits. ‘How To Grow Fruit’ is an essential guide, which covers a wide variety of fruits, providing the viewer with useful methods needed for a fruitful harvest. Tom explores the varying ways in which fruit may be grown and tackles subjects such as climate change, using organic methods as well as pest and disease control.

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