Sometimes I can’t travel to another state or country to see amazing gardens. So I thought I would share some really interesting garden programs or garden tours that I have found online.
Programs on Amazon Prime
Gardens of the National Trust
Alan Titchmarsh takes you on a tour of the loveliest gardens in England.
1 season 4 episodes.
Grow, Cook, Eat – Ireland
A new gardening program that I discovered on Amazon Prime is called Grow, Cook, Eat. This is a program from RTE (Public TV in Ireland). There are 3 seasons with 7 shows per season. Each show focuses on one plant and lasts for about 25 minutes.
It is also available as individual programs on YouTube.
Their website is https://giy.ie/
Other gardening programs on Amazon Prime:
Get Growing – New Zealand
Lynda Hallinan, editor-at-large of New Zealand Gardener magazine, has transformed her front yard into a lush garden filled with fruits and vegetables. Now she’s showing homeowners how to transform unloved outdoor spaces into lush gardens capable of feeding families.
5 Seasons with 10 episodes per season.
Greatest Gardens – Northern Ireland
Diarmuid Gavin and Helen Dillon visit three very different secret hideaways around a particular part of Northern Ireland.
1 Season – 3 episodes.
Secret Gardens of England –
Host Alan Titchmarsh explores 8 secret gardens in England.
The Gardener –
The Gardener is a documentary directed by Sebastien Chabot about Frank Cabot’s Les Quatre Vents, aka Cabot Garden, a magnificent private garden in the Charlevoix region near Quebec City.
The Great Gardens of England –
Tour 58 English gardens in 8 episodes.
Programs on Netflix
One of the newest gardeners that I have discovered this year on Netflix is Monty Don. Here is a link to his official site: https://montydon.com/ .
He has at least three programs on Netflix:
Gardening help program – Big Dreams, Small Spaces (2 seasons, 12 episodes)
Italian Garden Tours – 4 episodes
French Garden Tours – 3 episodes
On Line TV
Central Texas Gardener
Programs on YouTube
You can find all kinds of how to garden programs and short videos covering every gardening topic imaginable. If you have a gardening question, just go to YouTube and type in the topic and see what comes up.