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February 25, 2017

The Flying Gardener – s03.

Gardening expert Chris Beardshaw flies by helicopter over a part of Britain, explains about the environment and helps an amateur fix his/her garden in a way that fits in its tradition.
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Ep01 - A visit to the Lake District—land of wind, rain and snow—where evergreens thrive, to help a couple create a garden with winter interest. Chris Beardshaw shows us a collection of exotic conifers and plants a garden that will look good in all seasons.

Ep02 - Chris visits Hampshire to create a naked winter garden that features bark, bare trunks and architectural form. Winter flowers like cyclamen and hellebore, ferns and night lighting enhance the final garden.

Ep03 - Chris Beardshaw visits the snowiest part of Scotland to find inspiration for a derelict garden in Edinburgh. Using structural and exotic plants he designs a garden that looks at its best in winter, with colour texture and fragrance.

Ep04 - Chris visits the windswept East Anglia coast to find plants that look good at Yule Tide, including the traditional holly and ivy. He designs a garden at a local Vicarage in honour of the season and selects the perfect Christmas tree.

Ep05 - Chris Beardshaw visits Cornwall to see the glass palaces of the Victorian era. He helps a couple transform their dull conservatory into a lush paradise, and visits the Lost Gardens of Heligan to learn how the Victorians grew pineapples.

Ep06 - Chris visits Somerset—where spring starts very early--to look for great winter gardens. He helps a homeowner design and plant a garden that looks beautiful from early in the year, with bulbs, flowering trees and shrubs and perennials.

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