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July 15, 2018

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2018.

Joe Swift and Jo Whiley take a look at what's on at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. In the first of five programmes, Joe and Jo are joined by experts Carol Klein, Adam Frost, Arit Anderson and Nick Bailey to reveal some of the stunning show gardens and high summer exhibits in the floral marquee.


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July 6, 2018

Garraí Glas – S03e07.

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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July 6, 2018

Garraí Glas – S03e06.

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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July 6, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e06

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


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July 6, 2018

Garden Rescue – S03e05

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


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July 3, 2018

Beechgrove Garden s11e11.

Jim and Carole have butter and cream on standby in the hopes that there might be some early potatoes and strawberries ready to harvest. Meanwhile, Chris takes on a shady location by the pond at Beechgrove to create a new large shrub and clematis border. George visits the unique Japanese garden at Cowden Castle, Clackmannanshire. Dating back to the early 20th century, it was the first oriental garden of its size and remains a beautiful horticultural bridge between Scottish and Japanese culture.


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July 3, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e14.

As the borders at Longmeadow hit their stride, it is time to take stock of what is looking good and what needs replacing. Monty shares his tips on how he keeps his displays going all summer long. There is plenty to do on the vegetable plot too, and things are looking promising in the fruit garden. Adam Frost meets an extraordinary woman who runs a community project in the centre of Birmingham, while Frances Tophill catches up with her allotment. Joe Swift travels to Devon to a garden which has been designed around a challenging landscape, and Nick Bailey visits the restored Temperate House at Kew Gardens.


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July 3, 2018

Gardening Australia s29e23.

Millie introduces some of the many Australian rainforest plants and ferns that would make excellent indoor plants, Jerry visits a gardener who specialises in Tillandsias – fascinating plants that can literally survive on thin air, and for gardeners who are too busy to fuss over annual plants that need replacing each season, Tino has a suggestion – try perennial vegetables that will keep going for years.


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July 3, 2018

Secrets Of The National Trust s03e01.

Erddig.

Alan is in North Wales, discovering the unique story of Erddig, a grand mansion where the servants and the Yorke family, who owned it for many years, enjoyed a very close relationship. At Powis Castle, Nigel Havers checks out some magnificent topiary, and Miriam O'Reilly learns how servants were kept very firmly in their place at Calke Abbey, Derbyshire.


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June 30, 2018

Gardeners’ World s51e13.

At Longmeadow Monty celebrates the midsummer glory of roses in all their forms, plants some statuesque shrubs in pots for year-round interest, and deals with a pesky rabbit problem in the veg patch. Carol Klein revels in one of our most flamboyant seasonal flowers - the peony. Adam Frost finds inspiration for his own garden from the wild flowers that grow near to his Lincolnshire home, and Arit Anderson takes a look into gardens of the future when she visits a garden in Derbyshire designed to capture and use rainwater. Flo Headlam gets involved with a community project that can totally transform a garden in a single day, and we visit an iris enthusiast in Gloucestershire who is attempting to collect all the varieties created by one of her ancestors.


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