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June 9, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e18.

Tino meets two gardeners who became friends through a program that matches older residents with volunteers to share the garden load. Some plants self-seed best when left alone, and Jerry has found a way to work with this natural habit to fill the gaps in his garden for free, and Christine Williams loves her job landscaping a Sydney cemetery, where the gardens are designed with both the dead and the living in mind.


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June 3, 2018

Beechgrove Garden s11e07.

It's time to get all the bedding plants in this week, and to celebrate Beechgrove's 40th anniversary the summer bedding scheme is all colours of ruby. Brian Cunningham is back at Beechgrove having a look at how the alternative plants to dwarf box have fared over the winter, and he fills the gaps in between these shrubs with a range of colourful annuals, meanwhile, Carole visits old friend Ian Christie in Kirriemuir to find out how he is getting on as he makes his preparations to exhibit alpines at Gardening Scotland in June.


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June 3, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e10.

With summer on the horizon, Monty Don plants up pots for summer colour, as well as giving his box hedging a seasonal cut. Frances Tophill offers an update on her shared allotment as she checks on the progress of crops, Mark Lane heads to Suffolk where he gives advice on the elements of successful woodland planting design and Nick Bailey travels to a garden in Cheshire to answer a viewer's query about how to plant up a rocky area of their garden. The programme also visits Worcestershire where a garden has been given a tropical twist and the final garden in the Every Space Counts competition is revealed.


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June 3, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e17.

Every night the neighbourhood cats make themselves at home in Josh’s garden, so he shares a devious way he’s devised to keep them from digging up his vegie patch. Then meet hard-working working couple Brenda and Ian Triffitt, who have created a spectacular garden in Tasmania by making the most of the natural landscape.


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June 3, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e02

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



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June 3, 2018

Garraí Glas – S03e03.

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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May 30, 2018

Garraí Glas – S03e02.

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.
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May 30, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e01

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



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May 27, 2018

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 – Complete.

Back for its 105th year, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show promises to be bigger and bolder than ever. Episode one starts with an entertaining and affectionate romp through its history to discover the people, plants and designs that have made it the greatest flower show on earth, complete coverage starts from episode two.


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May 27, 2018

Love Your Garden s04e07.

Alan Titchmarsh and the team create a garden for a family with twin girls who have a serious, life-limiting condition. Three-year-olds Darcie and Evie Chapman have been diagnosed with Dravet syndrome, a very rare form of epilepsy, and parents Mark and Natalie must be on permanent watch to prevent their daughters' seizures leading to something more serious. The Chapmans' current outdoor space is unsuitable for the girls, with changes of levels, colours of plants and even the light through branches influencing their condition, so the crew follows the rules of a formal garden where straight lines, order and symmetry give an unfussy overall look.

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