YouTube Gardening Shows

If anyone is looking for some decent gardening programs, here is a list of uploads that can be viewed on Best to use the full name of the show and the host (everything before the dash) as the search function can be tricky.

• Around the World in 80 Gardens Monty Don – Monty Don visits the world’s 80 most inspiring gardens. 10 episodes 60 minutes each.
• The A to Z of TV Gardening – An alphabetical journey through the world of television gardening, getting inspiration and advice from some of the BBC’s most popular gardening presenters and programs (25 episodes—one for each letter of the alphabet).
• Britain’s Best Back Gardens 2015 Alan Titchmarsh – 30 favourite back gardens. 3 episodes 60 minutes each (Challenging Plots, Working Gardens, Flights of Fancy)
• Gardener’s World – this is a long-time running BBC program (since 1968) now hosted by Monty Don. It offers tips, ideas and expert advice for homeowners. Search for latest programs by entering year.
• How to be a Gardener Alan Titchmarsh – A BBC documentary series providing a gardening guide for beginners.
• The Beechgrove Garden – Another long-running program (since 1978) from BBC Scotland it deals with Scottish horticulture and growing conditions. There are many episodes.
• The Instant Gardener – A garden transformation shows where an unloved garden is brought back to life using clever design and imaginative ideas.
• Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein – A year in a garden in north Devon.
• Alys Fowler Edible Garden – a woman attempting to live off her own home-grown fruit and vegetables.
• Big Dreams, Small Spaces Monty Don – Amateur gardeners get help creating the garden of their dreams. Lots of great tips and each episode takes two projects from the planning stage to completion.
• Love Your Garden Alan Titchmarsh - Deserving people are surprised with transformations to their outdoor living spaces.
• Monty Don’s French Gardens – Gardens of Power and Passion, The Gourmet Garden, and The Artistic Garden (3 episodes).
• Monty Don’s Italian Gardens – Rome, Florence, The South, and The Veneto, Lucca and The Lakes (4 episodes).


That’s enough to keep a person busy for months! :smiley:

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I would like to add the following:
Garden Answer -
Garden Answer Highlights -
She also has a Facebook page and a website.
She is located in eastern Oregon, Zone 5-6, and is knowledgable about a variety of topics as well as being creative and down to earth.
And the Proven Winners website and YouTube channel are also valuable resources.

Thanks! I’ve seen this show and it’s also a good one to add to the list. We need more from this side of the pond!