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Coming Soon on Gardeners World


By AndrewR


In case any of you missed Gardeners’ World last night, the current programs are finishing but there are now going to be some one hour ‘specials’ for the next few weeks, still on Friday evenings but not until 10pm.
Next week will be a repeat of Carol’s gardening classes at Glebe Cottage where she taught the three beginners all about propogation.
And on 13 November, the program on the Four Seasons Garden which we have already heard about on GOY. Can’t wait.

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Look forward to it Andrew, especially the 'Four Seasons Garden' - are you rained off today the same as I am ?

24 Oct, 2009


Thanks, Andrew...
I've mentioned these on my TV blog no.21.

and will be adding reminders, so that we don't forget.. :o)

24 Oct, 2009


BS - yes, pretty damp here this morning so trying to catch up on some indoor jobs.
Yesterday I spent three hours trying to dig out some rampant spreaders from a corner of the garden - alchemilla mollis, euphorbia cyparissias and rubus 'Emerald Spreader'. Now they are out, the rain will moisten the soil again for reworking as there is a nearly dead rose in the same area which ought to come out too

24 Oct, 2009


We didn't get G World last night. In Wales someone runing about in a field is thought of as more important !!

I can look forward to it tonight though. It's on at so Beryl can see the dancing and then we can both watch Gardener's World. Nice way to end the evening :o)

And who knows when we'll have the hour long progs - probably 4.35 on a Tuesday or some such time.

Thank you for the information anyway .

24 Oct, 2009


Thanks for this Andrew.
The one hour specials i've always quite enjoyed :-)

24 Oct, 2009


I think our Four Seasons one is just half an hour. Every day of filming results in 4 minutes of broadcast! We had 6 days of filming and we gave them a CD showing photos of how the garden used to look.

Got our last open day tomorrow - the acer leaves are looking stunning though it is quite squally and wet and the leaves are blowing off the trees.

Next open day is in February.... then March, May, July, August, September and October - 12 days in total. Oh, and our daughter's wedding marquee in the garden in August. Good job we've both just retired!!!

24 Oct, 2009


Once your garden has been seen on BBC, you'll have long queues down the roads for your Open Days.... quick ! ....alert the police to put up miles of traffic cones..Lol.

The wedding photos will be fab... what a beautiful background for a wonderful daughter ! :o)

24 Oct, 2009


I see you are featured in October's issue of "Garden Answers".......I'm just off now to read it.....gorgeous pics....and then I'll look at the web site.....Hope hubby not in a rush for any dinner

24 Oct, 2009


I've just been reading that AA, a really beautiful garden and thanks for reminding us Andrew although 10pm is past my bedtime!

24 Oct, 2009


Andrew i'm looking forward to seeing the four seasons garden, although i love watching autumnwatch they could have put that on after gardeners world i think.

24 Oct, 2009


looking forward to seing fourseasons, i only saw a bit of autumn watch, i must set record for the series then i can watch at leisure :o))

24 Oct, 2009


Yet another reason for kind Grindle to send me the elusive magazine! No wonder it was sold out. LOL.

I shall watch that programme - thanks Andrew!

24 Oct, 2009

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