If I may be so bold as to start off. Carry On, Up The Garden Path.
Pollination, Pollination, Pollination! (sorry Kirsty and phil)!
Pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth.
(Julius Caesar Act 3 Scene 1)
I know the J C one, very dark.
When you think Shakespeare coined the phrase, Dogs of war, sounds so modern.
Trowels are us
I'm sure there was a programme called pushing up daisies.
How green is my valley
Ready - Steady - Sow
There was, of course, The Good Life. Personally I think that's hard to improve on, either for title or content. Brilliantly conceived, written and acted.
"Come into the garden, Maud"