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April 28, 2024

Updates.

Over the coming months I'll be adding every video on this site to YouTube, starting with the oldest posts first. (MG on YT) - it'll take a while, there's nearly 2000 posts going back 14 years! (Edit 12/07/24: The oldest 80 pages are now on YouTube, nearly everything after page one hundred - 800 posts with over 1970 episodes).

That will mean that registered users can stream the episodes from YouTube, either from inside the post, or directly at the YouTube site.

There'll still be FileFactory links for people who can't access the YouTube streams from their country, and for those series that aren't allowed on YouTube.

Eventually, I'll unlist the videos from YouTube, which means you'll only be able to search and watch them from here, they won't show in searches made on the YouTube site.

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Something I've never done before, is ask for donations, but.....

Over the last 14 years, Moving-Gardens has never had more than a dozen donators, and now it's less than half that - which doesn't cover the hosting fees.

If you find the site useful, please consider a donation - it makes transferring 5037 files (according to Windows file manager) less tedious!

Thanks,

JD.

July 9, 2024

Monty Don’s Spanish Gardens.

Monty Don embarks on a journey across Spain, covering more than 4,000 kilometres to visit some of its most interesting gardens, community projects and parks in order to get under the skin of the country.

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July 7, 2024

Gardeners’ World S57e16.

In a special programme, Gardeners’ World comes from the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Nick Bailey and Arit Anderson share highlights of the show gardens and floral marquee to inspire us all to get growing! Arit encourages us to think more sustainably as she reveals her entirely peat-free feature garden. Sue Kent takes a wander through the RHS allotments looking for ideas and tips we can all try at home. Rekha Mistry has advice for growing in containers, and we follow RHS gold medal winner Tom Massey as he mentors novice garden designers with big ideas for their pocket planting plots.

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July 7, 2024

Beechgrove Garden s17e14.

In this episode, the Beechgrove team show how to create the scents and flavours of a herb garden even if you don’t have much space. Lizzie Schofield has been developing the programme’s herb garden this year, and this week she discusses and sows the herbs that are ideal for container and window box cultivation, perfect if you don’t have access to a larger area to plant in. Horticultural lecturer Ruth Vichos joins the gardening team at Beechgrove and demonstrates how to expand your plant collection without spending a penny by taking softwood cuttings. There is also a great idea about what to do with your grass cuttings and what biennials to sow that will help the pollinators in your area.

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June 30, 2024

Beechgrove Garden s17e13.

It’s all about the joy of going into your garden and picking something fresh and sweet this week at Beechgrove Garden as George Anderson and Calum Clunie are tending vines, fig plants and fruit bushes. George is in the fruit house explaining how to get the most from your vine, and he will also be in the fruit cage planting new cultivars of gooseberry, blackcurrant and redcurrant, as well as pruning Beechgrove’s plum trees. Calum is in the vegetable patch with the latest on this year’s successional sowing. All that plus the week’s handy hints.

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June 30, 2024

Gardening Australia S35E22.

Costa visits an expansive ornamental garden with stunning plant combinations, colourful topiaries, and meticulous hedges, Hannah heads to a nature reserve helping some of Tasmania’s most endangered and enigmatic birds and meets a group of enthusiastic students growing native plants for their favourite bird, the forty-spotted pardalote, and Jerry shares how to make the best use of bamboos.

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June 30, 2024

Gardeners’ World S57e15.

The roses are in full bloom at Longmeadow as Monty tackles some emergency pruning needed on one of his favourite crab apples. In the vegetable garden, it’s time to harvest garlic and an early crop of beans. He also plants up some narrow borders in the new seating area with species that will thrive in poor, shallow soil. Adam Frost travels to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens to discover more about the huge restoration project taking place. Nick Bailey continues to develop the design for his new forever garden, and there's a passionate couple who have dedicated a lifetime to growing and hybridising thousands of cacti, and a visit to a garden in Sheffield filled with an eclectic mix of upcycled, recycled and collected treasure.

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June 22, 2024

Beechgrove Garden s17e12.

Brian Cunningham and Carole Baxter offer tips on alpine plants, which, although found on mountain tops, also look great at Beechgrove Garden.

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June 22, 2024

Gardening Australia S35E21.

Jerry visits an exotic fruit tree nursery to check out their collection of rare and delicious fruits, Millie shares her tips for growing colourful flowers in the tough, dry conditions under gum trees, and Clarence refreshes an old vegie bed to get it back into production. Also, Sophie shares tips on pruning roses while Jane showcases cool and classy conifers suitable for every garden, from golden groundcovers to towering trees.

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June 22, 2024

Gardeners’ World S57e14.

Frances Tophill is at Powderham Castle in Devon. She spends the day there with her good friend Jeanette, who has been transforming part of the walled garden into a productive growing space. As well as planting raspberries, fruit trees and climbing beans, Frances adds colour to an ornamental border and shares tips for growing herbs in containers. Toby Buckland explores the quintessentially English gardens at Wollerton Old Hall in Shropshire. He revels in its sumptuous planting, especially the undisputed stars of the summer border, the delphinium. Rekha Mistry takes us to the Inner Temple Gardens in London. It’s a place close to her heart and where she first discovered the joys of ornamental planting, and an expert grower in Surrey demonstrates the wonder and artistry of bonsai. And there's a couple in Lancashire who have created an inventive and beautiful garden in a challenging space.

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June 22, 2024

The English Garden Magazine Collection 2020.

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