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September 2, 2017

Love Your Home And Garden s01e01.

Alan Titchmarsh and his team transform not only the garden, but also the interior of a deserving person's home, in this spin-off series. Alan heads to Banbury to surprise two young carers - 12-year-old Claudia and nine-year-old Leonie - who look after their mother Donna when her husband Lee is working. Donna lost most of her sight after a heart attack, which has left her with severe tunnel vision aggravated by the poor lighting in their cramped house, while a lumpy, featureless yard offers no respite. Along with architect Helen Sisley, builder Kunle Barker and gardener Katie Rushworth, Alan sets to reinvigorating the family home.


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September 2, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e26.

Jerry visits a wildlife-friendly garden in the Brisbane suburbs designed with the resident wild and domestic animals in mind, Josh profiles two hard-wearing water-wise plants, and guest presenter Carolyn Blackman explores a small urban garden that’s full of great ideas on making small spaces seem larger. Costa helps a family plant an attractive blueberry hedge fringed with strawberries while Millie and Squid go hunting for the delicious and valuable underground fungus, the black truffle.


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September 2, 2017

Gardeners World s50e23.

As the plants in the jewel garden reach the peak of their late summer glory, Monty starts planning for the spring, planting ferns and advising on the care and maintenance of wildlife ponds. Carol Klein pays a second visit to Dove Cottage in Halifax to see the garden at its summer peak and to find out the secrets of its successful borders. Frances Tophill travels to Portsmouth to find a man whose passion for ferns has extended from his garden and onto his allotment, while Arit Anderson finds out that rubbish skips can be used to grow all manner of plants in an inner-city space. A Sheffield paramedic reveals how his passion for wildflowers has transformed an area around a busy ambulance station, and there is a look at the blooming of one of the world's largest water lilies.


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September 2, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e20.

They say that the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Well, this week in the Beechgrove Garden, Jim and Carole munch their way through the veg plot as they taste-test turnips, a new broad bean and some blight-resistant potatoes. Chris takes a look at the new rose garden and has a new take on some age-old remedies for common rose problems. George visits the grand Drummond Castle Gardens near Crieff in Perthshire. The formal garden and parterre are among the oldest in Scotland and reputedly some of the finest in Europe.


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September 2, 2017

All Gardens Great And Small s01e01.

Dee Hart Dyke, one of Britain's best amateur gardeners, visits open gardens around the country and tries converting her daughter Miranda Hart to the joys of horticulture.


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August 26, 2017

Love Your Garden s07e09.

Alan and the team surprise boxing coach Marcellus Baz as they turn a dingy alley into a beautiful kitchen garden, and also give him a Moroccan-inspired garden at home.


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August 26, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e25.

Costa gets stuck back into his verge garden after building work temporarily halted progress, Josh meets a scientist unlocking the relationship between fire and native plants in a wonderfully diverse area of Western Australia, and Jerry shares his grandmother's technique for preparing the perfect seed bed guaranteed to lead to success. Meet a passionate young conservationist and learn about the process of repopulating the wild with threatened orchids while Josh learns how to smoke native plant seeds to aid germination.


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August 26, 2017

Gardeners World s50e22.

As well as propagating succulent plants, Monty Don revisits his container vegetable garden, gives advice on how to get a good crop of pumpkins and gets out and about when he meets Jake Hobson, one of the UK's leading cloud pruning and topiary experts. Adam Frost looks at a newly planted garden at RHS Hyde Hall in Essex, which has been designed to display both hardy and exotic vegetables, Rachel de Thame visits a garden in Wiltshire, where vibrant colours are the key to the success of its summer borders, and we meet two enthusiasts in Manchester who have a passion for air plants, and Flo Headlam returns to Potterne to check on the progress of the new community space and to join the local residents as they get to grips with building and planting the garden.


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August 26, 2017

Beechgrove Garden S10e19.

The whole team travel deep into Lewis Grassic Gibbon's Sunset Song country, to the Howe of the Mearns village of Arbuthnott. For anyone who drives the A90, the red clay soils of one of the most fertile and productive areas in the country will be familiar and are the dominant feature of the area. Jim, Carole, George and Chris explore the area horticulturally and also solve some gardening problems for the gardeners of Arbuthnott gathered in the Lewis Grassic Gibbon's Centre for a Q&A, while Jim and George visit one of the oldest gardens in Scotland at Arbuthnott House, while Carole visits the contemporary gardeners of Milltown Community.


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August 26, 2017

The Lost Gardens Of Heligan – S01e06.

A six part series for C4, "The Lost Gardens of Heligan" follows the restoration of a country estate's derelict gardens which fell into disrepair after its gardeners were killed in action during WW1. Tim Smit and his partner John Nelson take on the mammoth task of bringing the gardens back to life.


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