Showing posts with label landscape. Show all posts
Showing posts with label landscape. Show all posts

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.15 Final



Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift look back on the highlights of the week at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.15 Final
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.15 Final

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.14



Monty Don and Joe Swift look back at the highlights of their week at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.14
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.14

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.13

Monty Don and Joe Swift round up some of the week's events from the 2017 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. We meet the winner of the coveted BBC RHS People's Choice Award.


This episode looks to the future of gardening and guest Ellie Harrison gives her tips and advice on gardening for wildlife.
Baroness Floella Benjamin shares her thoughts on encouraging our next generation of gardeners.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.13
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.13

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.12



Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift look at the highlights of the show. Carol Klein provides tips on plant trends of the future, Mary Berry reveals how to use edible flowers to decorate cakes, and the winner of the People's Choice award is announced.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.12
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.12

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 ep.11



Nicki Chapman and James Wong choose their favourite gardens from the show. Griff Rhys Jones shares his passion for plants, and Rachel de Thame concludes her guide to creating the best borders.


Dream Gardens ep.7

Justine and Greg are busy with three kids and high-pressure jobs that often take them away from home. It's their dream to have a garden sanctuary to escape, relax and recharge in. Can they find sanity from the insanity?


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.7
Dream Gardens ep.7

Dream Gardens ep.6

Phillip and Maria are awaiting the birth of their first child and the creation of a lakeside garden. Sounds idyllic, right? However, delays, bad weather & budget constraints conspire to keep the expecting couple ever waiting.


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.6
Dream Gardens ep.6

Dream Gardens ep.5

After tragically losing their wife & mother to cancer Roberto & his two children are hoping that the transformation of their garden will not only bring them healing but also create an everlasting tribute to their loved one.


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.5
Dream Gardens ep.5

Dream Gardens ep.4

A couple dream of a waterfront home with a resort style garden. They also dream of both jobs finishing at the same time. They've greenlit work on the garden while the house is still under construction. A good idea, in theory.


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.4
Dream Gardens ep.4


Dream Gardens ep.3

Stewart & Sandra lost their home & garden in the devastating 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. Now it's time to start again with a spectacular new garden designed by one of Australia's most well-known designers, Paul Bangay.


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.3
Dream Gardens ep.3 

Dream Gardens ep.2

Presenter Michael McCoy visits Frank and Mary-Anne D'Aquila from Essendon, Victoria, who are in pursuit of a family garden complete with pool, plants and an entertaining space.


Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.2
Dream Gardens ep.2

Dream Gardens ep.1

This new Australian series begins with a rural Queensland couple's journey to transform a rock hard paddock into an ambitious and extensive kitchen garden so that they can live out their "grow it, eat it, live it" dream.


 Join leading landscape designer Michael McCoy as he showcases some of Australia’s most lavish and magnificent gardens from the first spade hitting the ground to the incredible end result.
 What does it mean to make a garden? What longings do gardens fulfil; what dreams do they satisfy? These are the question at the heart of a new show, Dream Gardens, launching on ABC TV this week. Eschewing how-to tips on growing plants (done so well by ABC's other garden offering, Gardening Australia), this is a show that looks instead at what we want from gardens and how clever garden design can deliver it.
 The host is the ebullient Michael McCoy, a garden designer and writer. McCoy has a degree in botany, long experience as a hands-on gardener and sought-after garden designer, and a passionate curiosity about what makes good garden design work. He's empathetic, enthusiastic and opinionated - the perfect guide to lead viewers around eight gardens-in-the-making.

Dream Gardens ep.1
Dream Gardens ep.1 

Gardening Australia ep.11 2016

Tino visits an expert perennial grower; Josh plants winter staples in the vegie garden; Jane meets a couple with a pint-sized garden; and Costa explores newly landscaped gardens at the RSPCA in NSW.


A Second Chance
Costa visits an RSPCA shelter in NSW where newly created landscaped gardens were designed to make animals and people feel more at home
Cool Season Crops
Josh plants a range of staple vegetables that everyone in the family will enjoy over winter
Popping Perenials
Tino visits a friend in Woodbridge, in southern Tasmania, who's a master at growing perennials that can tolerate tough conditions, and shows a tip to make your perennials pop
FAQ's - Liliums | Rain vs Tap Water | Pruning
Sophie shows what to do with liliums when they finish flowering, Angus discusses why rainwater is better than tap water for plants and John shows how plants respond to pruning
Protect While Pruning
Jerry shows how to protect yourself when pruning plants with poisonous sap
A Pint-Sized Garden
Jane visits a tiny inner-city garden that's filled from top to toe with a diverse range of plants
Let's Get Popping
Preparing soil for perennials
Gardening Australia ep.11 2016
Gardening Australia ep.11 2016

Big Dreams Small Spaces Series 2 Ep.6 - Teddington



 In Teddington, Jennifer enlists the help of her sisters to create an Italian-themed garden in memory of their parents. She has great ideas and a budget to match, but growing citrus trees, olive trees and vinesin a leafy London suburb is easier said than done. Will Monty be able to guide the sisters to a Mediterranean-style success?
 Meanwhile, in Billericay, Monty offers advice to Karensa, who wants to turn an unkempt strip of back garden into a fantasy for her daughter, inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. With a tiny budget but plenty of enthusiasm, she wants to create a chessboard patio, a heart-shaped lawn and a teapot water feature.

Big Dreams Small Spaces Series 2 Ep.6 - Teddington
Big Dreams Small Spaces Series 2 Ep.6 - Teddington

Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 5



 Nurse Maggie Simkiss cares for end of life patients and treats their emotional well-being as well as their direct medical needs. To say thank you for her hard work, Alan Titchmarsh and his team of green-fingered experts arrive at her Hull home and help transform the unkempt garden into a grown-up Mediterranean hideaway

Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 5
Love Your Garden Ep.6 - Series 5
Love Your Garden is a British lifestyle gardening programme that was first broadcast on ITV on 10 June 2011. The show is hosted by Alan Titchmarsh alongside co-presenters David Domoney, Katie Rushworth and Frances Tophill and sees the team visit locations around the United Kingdom helping people to transform their gardens.
The first series saw Alan visiting themed gardens around the United Kingdom, specific to the topic of the episode, and advising viewers on how to transform their gardens. However, since the second series Alan and the team have transformed the gardens of people who are described as "deserving them the most".

Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 5



 Alan Titchmarsh and the team are in Hemel Hempstead, where they meet deaf couple Asif Iqbal and wife Sabina. The green-fingered experts attempt to turn a boring lawn and crumbling patio into a Bollywood dream garden with an outdoor kitchen for Asif, Sabina and their family
Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 5
Love Your Garden Ep.5 - Series 5
 Love Your Garden is a British lifestyle gardening programme that was first broadcast on ITV on 10 June 2011. The show is hosted by Alan Titchmarsh alongside co-presenters David Domoney, Katie Rushworth and Frances Tophill and sees the team visit locations around the United Kingdom helping people to transform their gardens.
 The first series saw Alan visiting themed gardens around the United Kingdom, specific to the topic of the episode, and advising viewers on how to transform their gardens. However, since the second series Alan and the team have transformed the gardens of people who are described as "deserving them the most".


Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 5



Alan Titchmarsh and the team head for rural Cornwall, where they create a spectacular contemporary garden for Chris Finney, a former serviceman who was awarded the George Cross in 2003. A space age-inspired area - complete with solar dome - will test Chris's knowledge as a novice gardener, and provide a stimulating haven for his young family.

Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 5
Love Your Garden Ep.3 - Series 5