The Great British Garden Revival

  

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The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 4: Toby Buckland wants to bring back scent to our gardens, visiting a scented garden at Kenilworth Castle. Tom Hart Dyke wants to convince us all to grow tulips.Thu, Dec 12, 4:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: James Wong wants to revive a plant which has fallen deeply out of garden fashion - the rhododendron. Christine Walkden wants to revive the carnation.Wed, Dec 11, 4:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: James Wong wants to revive a plant which has fallen deeply out of garden fashion - the rhododendron. Christine Walkden wants to revive the carnation.Wed, Dec 11, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Carol Klein reveals that she is daft about daffodils. Chris Beardshaw is on the blossom campaign trail.Tue, Dec 10, 4:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Carol Klein reveals that she is daft about daffodils. Chris Beardshaw is on the blossom campaign trail.Tue, Dec 10, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Roses and Climbers and Creepers. Rachel de Thame shares her love of old roses. Joe Swift wants to dispel some of the myths which have grown up around climbers and creepers.Mon, Dec 9, 4:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Rachel de Thame shares her love of old roses. Joe Swift wants to dispel some of the myths which have grown up around climbers and creepers.Mon, Dec 9, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 10: Herbaceous Borders and Kitchen Gardens. Chris Beardshaw wants everyone to plant herbaceous borders in their gardens. Alys Fowler celebrates the glories of the kitchen garden.Fri, Dec 6, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 10: Herbaceous Borders and Kitchen Gardens. Chris Beardshaw wants everyone to plant herbaceous borders in their gardens. Alys Fowler celebrates the glories of the kitchen garden.Fri, Dec 6, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 9: Fruit Trees and Ornamental Bedding. Toby Buckland wants to put homegrown fruit back into Britain's gardens. Christine Walkden gets behind the Victorian craze for ornamental bedding.Thu, Dec 5, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 9: Fruit Trees and Ornamental Bedding. Toby Buckland wants to put homegrown fruit back into Britain's gardens. Christine Walkden gets behind the Victorian craze for ornamental bedding.Thu, Dec 5, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 8: Lawns and Tropical Gardens. Sarah Raven explores the relationship between the British and their lawns. James Wong celebrates the sheer spectacle of tropical gardens.Wed, Dec 4, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 8: Lawns and Tropical Gardens. Sarah Raven explores the relationship between the British and their lawns. James Wong celebrates the sheer spectacle of tropical gardens.Wed, Dec 4, 12:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 7: Ponds and Stumperies. Charlie Dimmock campaigns for ponds in gardens. She finds out the importance of ponds for wildlife. Chris Beardshaw champions Victorian stumpery.Tue, Dec 3, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Wild Flowers and Front Gardens. Monty Don is on the campaign trail for wild flowers. Joe Swift is determined to return the nation's front gardens to their former glory.Mon, Dec 2, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 5: Rock Gardens and Herb Gardens. Carol Klein shares her passion for the rock garden. Toby Buckland is on the campaign trail for herb gardens.Fri, Nov 29, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 4: Scented Gardens and Tulips. Toby Buckland wants more scent in our gardens, visiting a scented garden at Kenilworth Castle. Tom Hart Dyke wants to convince us all to grow tulips.Thu, Nov 28, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: Cottage Gardens and House Plants. Carol Klein wants everyone to embrace the cottage-style garden. Tom Hart Dyke wants Britain to love house plants.Wed, Nov 27, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Topiary and Roof Gardens. Rachel De Thame sharpens her shears to champion topiary, the great tradition of trimming and shaping plants. James Wong discovers hidden horticulture.Tue, Nov 26, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Wild Flowers and Front Gardens. Monty Don is on the campaign trail for wild flowers. Joe Swift is determined to return the nation's front gardens to their former glory.Mon, Nov 25, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 10: Wildlife Gardens and Peonies. Diarmuid Gavin wants our gardens to become havens for wildlife. Charlie Dimmock is determined to make the peony the star of our beds and borders again.Fri, Nov 22, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 9: Bog Gardens and Soft Fruit. Joe Swift campaigns for the return of the bog garden. Alys Fowler believes that soft fruits are ripe for a revival.Thu, Nov 21, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 8: Lilies and Woodland Gardens. James Wong is convinced we should all be growing lilies in our gardens. Christine Walkden thinks woodland plants have been neglected.Wed, Nov 20, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 7: Conifers and Pelargoniums. Carol Klein flies the flag for conifers. Tom Hart Dyke wants to give pelargoniums - often incorrectly called geraniums - their rightful name back.Tue, Nov 19, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 6: Irises and Ornamental Grasses. Rachel de Thame thinks that irises aren't getting the attention they deserve. Toby Buckland reveals there is so much more to grass than meets the eye.Mon, Nov 18, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 5: Lavender and Knot Gardens. Diarmuid Gavin wants us to rekindle our love for lavender. Alys Fowler wants to bring back an important part of our gardening heritage - the knot garden.Fri, Nov 15, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 4: Toby Buckland wants to bring back scent to our gardens, visiting a scented garden at Kenilworth Castle. Tom Hart Dyke wants to convince us all to grow tulips.Thu, Nov 14, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: Rhododendrons and Carnations. James Wong wants to revive a plant which has fallen deeply out of garden fashion - the rhododendron. Christine Walkden wants to revive the carnation.Wed, Nov 13, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Carol Klein reveals that she is daft about daffodils. Chris Beardshaw is on the blossom campaign trail.Tue, Nov 12, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Roses and Climbers and Creepers. Rachel de Thame shares her love of old roses. Joe Swift wants to dispel some of the myths which have grown up around climbers and creepers.Mon, Nov 11, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 10: Herbaceous Borders and Kitchen Gardens. Chris Beardshaw wants everyone to plant herbaceous borders in their gardens. Alys Fowler celebrates the glories of the kitchen garden.Fri, Nov 8, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 9: Fruit Trees and Ornamental Bedding. Toby Buckland wants to put homegrown fruit back into Britain's gardens. Christine Walkden gets behind the Victorian craze for ornamental bedding.Thu, Nov 7, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 8: Lawns and Tropical Gardens. Sarah Raven explores the relationship between the British and their lawns. James Wong celebrates the sheer spectacle of tropical gardens.Wed, Nov 6, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 7: Ponds and Stumperies. Charlie Dimmock campaigns for ponds in gardens. She finds out the importance of ponds for wildlife. Chris Beardshaw champions Victorian stumpery.Tue, Nov 5, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 6: Glasshouses and Shrubs. Diarmuid Gavin wants to use glasshouses to restore a sense of adventure, flair and excitement to gardens. Matt James thinks that shrubs needs to be rediscovered.Mon, Nov 4, 5:00 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 5: Rock Gardens and Herb Gardens. Carol Klein shares her passion for the rock garden. Toby Buckland is on the campaign trail for herb gardens.Fri, Nov 1, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 4: Scented Gardens and Tulips. Toby Buckland wants more scent in our gardens, visiting a scented garden at Kenilworth Castle. Tom Hart Dyke wants to convince us all to grow tulips.Thu, Oct 31, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: Cottage Gardens and House Plants. Carol Klein wants everyone to embrace the cottage-style garden. Tom Hart Dyke wants Britain to love house plants.Wed, Oct 30, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Topiary and Roof Gardens. Rachel De Thame sharpens her shears to champion topiary, the great tradition of trimming and shaping plants. James Wong discovers hidden horticulture.Tue, Oct 29, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Wild Flowers and Front Gardens. Monty Don is on the campaign trail for wild flowers. Joe Swift is determined to return the nation's front gardens to their former glory.Mon, Oct 28, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 10: Wildlife Gardens and Peonies. Diarmuid Gavin wants our gardens to become havens for wildlife. Charlie Dimmock is determined to make the peony the star of our beds and borders again.Fri, Oct 25, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 9: Bog Gardens and Soft Fruit. Joe Swift campaigns for the return of the bog garden. Alys Fowler believes that soft fruits are ripe for a revival.Thu, Oct 24, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 8: Lilies and Woodland Gardens. James Wong is convinced we should all be growing lilies in our gardens. Christine Walkden thinks woodland plants have been neglected.Wed, Oct 23, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 7: Conifers and Pelargoniums. Carol Klein flies the flag for conifers. Tom Hart Dyke wants to give pelargoniums - often incorrectly called geraniums - their rightful name back.Tue, Oct 22, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 6: Irises and Ornamental Grasses. Rachel de Thame thinks that irises aren't getting the attention they deserve. Toby Buckland reveals there is so much more to grass than meets the eye.Mon, Oct 21, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 5: Lavender and Knot Gardens. Diarmuid Gavin wants us to rekindle our love for lavender. Alys Fowler wants to bring back an important part of our gardening heritage - the knot garden.Fri, Oct 18, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 4: Toby Buckland wants to bring back scent to our gardens, visiting a scented garden at Kenilworth Castle. Tom Hart Dyke wants to convince us all to grow tulips.Thu, Oct 17, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 3: Rhododendrons and Carnations. James Wong wants to revive a plant which has fallen deeply out of garden fashion - the rhododendron. Christine Walkden wants to revive the carnation.Wed, Oct 16, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 2: Carol Klein reveals that she is daft about daffodils. Chris Beardshaw is on the blossom campaign trail.Tue, Oct 15, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins
The Great British Garden RevivalEpisode 1: Roses and Climbers and Creepers. Rachel de Thame shares her love of old roses. Joe Swift wants to dispel some of the myths which have grown up around climbers and creepers.Mon, Oct 14, 5:45 PMTogether TV75 mins