Beechgrove Garden Goes National.

Enjoyed it, don't know when it was filmed but what a lot of snow!!image



  • what is it?

  • discodavediscodave Posts: 510

    Just tried to watch it and it says its not available

  • I couldn't find it!

  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Gets a repeat showing on Sunday-probably on i-player after thatimage



  • marshmellomarshmello Posts: 683

    9.30am on bbc 2 sunday - just checked FB page.

  • I really enjoyed the programme. The garden was in the same condtion as mine and if they can grow crops so can I. I'll be watching regularly.

  • Busy-LizzieBusy-Lizzie Posts: 11,889

    It was on BBC Scotland, repeat on Sunday - on BBC 2 I think.

    They packed masses into it especially considering they couldn't do any gardening at Beechgrove itself because it was snowing. Lots of advice. Chris Beardshaw was as cute as ever! imageimageimage I really enjoyed it.

  • They certainly covered a lot of topics.

    Was good to see Chris Beardshaw presenting; don't think I've seen him doing that since he was on GW when Alan Tichmarsh presented it.

    Mind you it was good to see Chris Beardshaw full stop!!! imageimage  I'm with Busy-Lizzie there.imageimage

  • Bum. I missed can watch it on BBC Scotland if you have a sky box (because that has all the regional BBC channels), I shall try to catch it on Sunday. I do wonder how the two gardening shows will compare and whether they will overlap.

  • blackestblackest Posts: 623

    you can watch it on any satellite box the BBC doesn't encrypt, will have to add bbc2 scotland to the list.

  • oops....thorry...

  • jatnikapyarjatnikapyar Posts: 421


    Hi, this is for all the gals in the SE who  can't WAIT to salivate over Chris.

    Virginmedia OD has it on today......yippie! Enjoy girlsimage








  • ObelixxObelixx Posts: 10,143

    I loved it.   Lots of content and varied enough to have something for everyone. 

    Excellent advice on keeping off the soil when frozen and also for winter veggies.   Mine will definitely get a polytunnel of some sort next winter.   Loved Chris Beardshaw's trick to rejuvenate a tree.  How clever was that?  He's great.

    Liked the treatment of that dark, shady north facing area.  Easy to do but not everyone knowsthat so lots of ideas for people with difficult areas.   Might just worry about the pots freezing in winter though.

    I can do without the begonias and stuff promised for next weenk as they're not to my taste but the info will be clear and helpful and do-able by most.   It's a good production and presentation team and they pack a lot in without making you feel pressured or that they're going so fast it's superficial.

    Look to your laurels, GW team! - the programme, not the magazine.

    The Vendée, France
  • punkdocpunkdoc Posts: 5,100

    Its on I-player now.

    I wanted your soft verges 
    But you gave me the hard shoulder..

  • LeggiLeggi Posts: 489
    Loved it too, quite amazed by how much they squeezed in without it feeling forced or rushed.
  • Busy-LizzieBusy-Lizzie Posts: 11,889

    Verdun, no one is expecting you to think Chris Beardshaw is cute! I hope your lurgy is better soon. Mine is and OH doesn't seem to have caught it.

  • hollie hockhollie hock Posts: 3,289

    Missed it the first time round will look out for it on Sunday morning. Normally watch it on Iplayer so will be good to see it on the TV

  • FairygirlFairygirl Posts: 19,692

    Verdun- us wimmin know a good looking bloke when we see one!!! God knows we have to have some pleasures in life!!image

    And they showed an old bit with George...'tatties, aye Jim'...older Scottish viewers will know what I mean!!image

  • Looking forward to watching it tomorrow morning

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