Tonight I'll be watching a show in French. It's from Belgian broadcaster RTBF.
They have older clips on the site as well, including a recent one about Beth Chatto.
Have a good day everyone !
And of course there is this one from Australia...
The team give tips on feeding your plants to get best growth, introduce some new plant varieties and give tips on growing veggies, amazing gardens and stunning plants.
Hi Darren, Yes, a pity that the Beeb closed its message boards, but this forum is just as good. Loads of really nice, helpful people here .
No such drastic action from me with regards to cancelling TV licences though , because I live in The Netherlands, so no British TV licence. We get BBC One and Two on the cable here.
Hope you'll enjoy being on this forum .
For today I’ve got two German programmes.
First this one from one of the regional German broadcasters.
Just scroll down the page until you see the picture with the tomato plants in little pots and click on that to watch the programme.
They have also uploaded it onto youtube.
The other one comes from the local TV station in Berlin.
This is a special about all sorts of gardens, mainly community gardens and allotments, in Berlin.
Could be fun to watch.
Have a good day!
Today I'll be watching the Austrian programme "Natur im Garten".
They also post their videos on YouTube.
Have a nice day everyone!
For today I've got an American programme. They put their shows on YouTube, so easy to watch . Unfortunately they also include the commercials.
Here is the site of the programme. Not updated yet though.
And the link to the latest show on YouTube.
This is what's in the latest episode...
On this week's show we check out a patio makeover, we look at Mother's day vegetable containers, we learn about a tomato plant grafted to a potato plant, we visit the rhododendron and peony festivals. We see a grape that fits on your patio, learn about moles, voles and gophers, get some hanging basket tips, we make a planter out of pavers, learn how to keep cats out of a raised bed and taste a liqueur made from Iris roots.
Thank goodness Gardeners World is back tonight . I've got a few other bits to watch today too though .
First a French one. This is one which you'll either love or hate .
And an American one. This one is a bit like GQT, but then on TV.
They seem to upload the programmes on YouTube before they update their site .
On this week’s episode of Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland and panelists Jim Angel, Jennifer Fishburn, and John Bodensteiner answer your emails and phone calls. They cover topics ranging from how to tell the difference between dew and rain in your rain gauge to adding calcium to your tomatoes with eggshells. Send us your questions at [email protected] or find us on Facebook by searching MidAmericanGardener.
Have a good day everyone!
Today I've got another German programme .
And from around 12.00 the latest episode from Gardening Australia should be available to download .
This is what's in today's programme.
Rejuvenating Plants - FAQ's - Planting the Pumpkin - A Grand Victorian - Down-Pipe Planting - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Competition
Rejuvenating Plants: Costa shows a couple of methods for bringing potted shrubs and trees back from the brink.FAQS: Angus shows when and how to prune Gymea flowers and Jerry shares a straight-forward method to keep lawns bindii-free.Planting the Pumpkin: Tino shows his method for growing what he hopes will be an award-winning giant pumpkin at his local show.A Grand Victorian: Jane visits a couple with a stunning historical Victorian house and garden they've planted over the last twenty years.Down-Pipe Planting: Josh shows how to turn downpipes into productive damp spots.The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Jerry shows a great way to nurture garden ecology, providing food for both beneficial and pest insects so they leave his food untouched.The Competition: Tino meets some fellow giant pumpkin competitors to see their growing methods and get some tips.
Enjoy and have a lovely Saturday !
Hello Kleipieper, I'm new to gardening so have been trying to take in as much as possible from where ever I can find it!
My latest favorite is how to be a gardener with Alan Titchmarsh, found it on YouTube and its so helpful for me!
I'm afraid I'm also a newbie at this blog board thing so haven't yet tried adding links!