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August 20, 2018

Garraí Glas – S03e12.

Garraí Glas is a series about growing your own food, using traditional and organic methods. Síle Nic Chonaonaigh travels the country meeting gardeners who grow using traditional methods and some who are starting from scratch. Síle has moved into her new house and hopes to make a garden.
(This is in Irish Gaelic, with English subs hardcoded).



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August 20, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e12

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



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August 20, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e11

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



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August 12, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e29.

Costa follows the trail of plastic garden pots that are being recycled to grow new plants, Chef Blayne Bertoncello shows Jane how to make a tasty soup utilising all parts of an artichoke, and Tino revisits the Potted Patch he and Millie planted in recycled containers, and plants some new crops. Then there's seasonal advice on jobs to do in the garden this weekend.


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August 12, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e19.

The vegetable garden is at its peak and Monty takes a look at his harvesting and sees how his autumn crops are faring. He also gives tips on how to keep the garden looking its best. Adam Frost returns to Leicester where he has been helping to create a garden from scratch on a new-build estate. Frances Tophill celebrates the summer harvest on her shared allotment and Mark Lane takes a close look at the Mediterranean planting in the hottest garden in the UK - Ventnor Botanic Garden on the Isle of Wight. The programme also meets an extraordinary gardener in Wales and travels to an immaculate and tiny garden packed with colour in Burton-on-Trent.


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August 12, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e28.

Tino Carnevale shows how to make a propagation unit to get a head start on germinating summer crops. Sophie Thomson calls in father-and-son master gardeners to show how to prune wisteria, and guest presenter Rebecca Sullivan shares her recipe for home-made rose balm.


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August 12, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e27.

Bonsai and Ikebana master Megumi Bennett introduces us to her son Alex who is following in her footsteps, Tino gets some grafting tips from a surgeon who is as skilled with a grafting knife as he is with a scalpel, and Jane explores the winter-flowering magnolias that put on such a dramatic show in the Dandenong Ranges, and gets some tips on growing them.


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August 12, 2018

Love Your Garden s08e03.

Alan Titchmarsh heads to Essex to surprise retired nurse and charity founder Pat Wade to turn her tiny concrete yard into a glamorous outdoor entertaining space.


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August 12, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e18.

With one of the driest summers in Britain for many years, Monty responds to viewers' questions and has plenty of advice on how to deal with drought conditions for vegetables, fruit, flowers and containers. Carol Klein celebrates one of the most flamboyant summer shrubs, the hydrangea, Joe Swift visits a garden which has tranquillity at its heart in both design and planting, Adam Frost gives tips on how to plant up a seating area, and Nick Bailey concludes his guide to roses with the most recent introductions. Plus a visit to a garden planted up on a tiny budget, where over 200 containers have been filled with plants which have been either been rescued, bought cut-price or swapped.


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August 12, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e26.

Tino has some tips to help overcome – and avoid – the most common problems and pitfalls new gardeners are likely to face. Costa is in Western Australia visiting a productive garden that aims to sustain a suburban share-house community – and its resident goats, and Sophie meets a nurseryman who specialises in nut trees, and he advises on the best varieties to grow in South Australia.


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