Great British Garden Revival

  • 10.0
  • : 2013
  • : 20
  • : 2



Wild Flowers and Front Gardens
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09, 2013
Wild Flowers – Monty Don In his revival campaign, Monty Don finds out that you really do reap what you sow. Since the first half of the 20th century, 98 per cent of wild flower meadows .. show full overview
Topiary and Roof Gardens
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12, 2013
Topiary – Rachel De Thame Today, topiary is mostly seen as the preserve of stately homes and formal gardens, out of reach from the rest of us. Rachel de Thame however, thinks that it’s .. show full overview
Cottage Gardens and House Plants
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13, 2013
Cottage Gardens – Carol Klein As a passionate plantswoman, Carol Klein wants us all to embrace one of the most iconic and quintessentially British styles of gardening in her revival – .. show full overview
Cut Flowers and Trees
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06, 2014
Cut Flowers – Rachel De Thame In her revival, Rachel de Thame investigates the decline of Britain’s cut-flower industry. On her campaign she visits New Covent Garden and discovers that .. show full overview
Rock Gardens and Herb Gardens
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07, 2014
Rock Gardens – Carol Klein Carol Klein shares her infectious passion for a style of gardening that is in much need of a revival. Rock gardens were at the pinnacle of Victorian garden .. show full overview
Glasshouses and Shrubs
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08, 2014
Glasshouses – Diarmuid Gavin In our own homes we’ve lost sight of the potential for growing under glass. In this episode, Chelsea gold-medal-winning designer Diarmuid Gavin wants us to .. show full overview
Ponds and Stumperies
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09, 2014
Ponds – Charlie Dimmock Ever since she was a young girl, Charlie Dimmock has been fascinated by water and, in her revival, wants us all to celebrate water and wildlife in our gardens. .. show full overview
Lawns and Tropical Gardens
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10, 2014
Lawns – Sarah Raven In her revival, Sarah Raven investigates why the British are so proud of their lawns. She visits Worcester College Oxford, to catch a glimpse of lawn perfection and .. show full overview
Fruit Trees and Ornamental Bedding
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13, 2014
Fruit Trees – Toby Buckland Ninety per cent of all our fruit is imported and with our orchards disappearing, we’re in danger of losing our great fruit-growing heritage. As a gardener .. show full overview
Herbaceous Borders and Kitchen Gardens
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14, 2014
Herbaceous Borders – Chris Beardshaw The herbaceous border is a truly iconic British garden feature. The number of perennial plants required, the intricacies of the designs, space .. show full overview