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August 6, 2017

Gardeners World s50e19.

There are plans for propagating and planting at Longmeadow this week when Monty Don plants up a new bed of irises and takes pelargonium cuttings. Nick Bailey brightens up a dull and shady space at the side of a terraced house and gives advice on plants that will thrive, Carol Klein pays the first of two visits to West Yorkshire to meet a couple whose outstanding planting has resulted in a garden full of late summer interest and Joe Swift takes a close look at a sloping and shady town garden to find out how the owner has designed this difficult space.


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August 6, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e22.

Josh visits a very special forest of ancient and beautiful tingle trees in WA's Walpole Wilderness Area, Millie shows how to pot up a cactus without getting hurt, and Sophie gets some essential pruning advice from a young rose pruner. Costa joins a revegetation team for National Tree Week to help restore some former farmland while Tino gives us an idea for nasturtium seed pods.


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August 6, 2017

Love Your Garden s07e06.

Alan Titchmarsh and the team head to Southampton to transform a featureless suburban back garden for the Jordan family, who are coping with the loss of a devoted mother and wife.


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July 29, 2017

Gardeners World s50e18.

At the height of summer, it is time to ensure that fruits and vegetables are given attention to ensure maximum cropping. Monty Don gives advice on the summer pruning of fruit trees, as well as showing how to get the best from tomatoes and chillies. He also recommends plants which will carry on flowering into autumn. Carol Klein meets one of her gardening heroes, Roy Lancaster, and joins him as he reminisces on his life and explains his passion for plants. Nick Bailey is on the trail of some more alien invaders to our gardens, and we travel to Wales to meet a chef who has taken on a field in which to grow vegetables.


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July 29, 2017

Planet Patio – S01e06

In each episode award-winning Irish garden designer Diarmuid Gavin, famous for his eclectic and vibrant modern style, creates unique patios and outdoor living spaces.


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July 29, 2017

Planet Patio – S01e05

In each episode award-winning Irish garden designer Diarmuid Gavin, famous for his eclectic and vibrant modern style, creates unique patios and outdoor living spaces.


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July 29, 2017

The Autistic Gardener S02e03

Award-winning designer Alan Gardner returns to transform another selection of suburban British gardens from unruly wastelands into horticultural masterpieces.


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July 28, 2017

Desperate Landscapes s12e03.

Kevin and Annamarie Cronin have moved into Annamarie's childhood home. While they worked hard to make the inside their own, the outside is a mess. Neighbors hate the barren landscape, the yellow front door, and they wonder what's up with all the gnomes. Jason Cameron is called in to bring peace back to this well-manicured neighborhood. He paints the house to tone down the yellow door that the Cronins love. He adds deer tolerant plants to the landscape, and Jason builds a huge pergola to help the home fit with all the others in the neighborhood that boast nice porches. With a beautiful new seating area and plenty of plants, the Cronins put their gnomes in the landscape and put the neighbors' complaints to a rest.


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July 28, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e16.

The whole Beechgrove team are on the ferry to the Orkney Isles this week. Famously a place of only two seasons, 18 hours of light or 18 hours of dark, with constant winds but mild and with little or no frost. The assumption always is that nothing much grows on Orkney in those conditions, but Jim, Carole and George find that is far from the case as they discover the determined gardeners of Orkney and how much they have achieved, to the extent that there is a thriving Orkney Garden Festival across the islands. Jim, Carole and George host a Beechgrove Gardeners' question and answer session in Kirkwall and visit a host of good gardens on South Ronaldsay.


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July 28, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e21.

Jerry visits a couple who meld their passions for cycads and bromeliads in one beautiful garden, Tino shows us how we can have coriander forever, and Josh plants some natives that will do well in a hot, dry spot in his garden. Also, in 'My Garden Path' Jane shares her gardening story, from shy school girl to Gardening Australia presenter, while Sophie profiles some of her favourite Aloes.


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