Gardener's world

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  1. Logan

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    The above starts tonight at 8 pm on BBC 2.
     
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    Oh, how I wish we had a gardening show on TV. Enjoy the program, Logan (despite my envy!)
     
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    I miss the garden show’s to. There were so many great gardeners that in one show there was share so much info I had to tape them. Remember the VCR recorders ? But there are some very nice ones on YouTube now, and of course all the silly hacks , garden short cuts , and maintenance , new tools too. Wow we gargeners have all come a long way over the years.
     
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    That's a shame that you don't have gardening programmes Marlingardener and Pacnorwest, i watch a few videos on YouTube about gardening.
     
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    Just wondering, since I dont know anything. @marlingardener, do you have access to this one?

    https://www.centraltexasgardener.org/

    I see on the PBS website there is also Oklahoma but maybe it's different.

    PBS has a lot of garden programs accessible by searching the app. I haven't watched them so I don't know if they are any good.

    have fun watching @Logan! You could probably teach them a few things.
     
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    Thank you Daniel.
     
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    One of the presenters is Carol Klein, I've put a video of her on the mega video thread.
     
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    Thanks Loggie. I was glad that it started again, although there were shows throughout the winter. I watched Gardeners’ World tonight and it was good to see Monty and the retrievers back. I always think of you when I see the dogs.
     
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    Your welcome Sjoerd and thanks. Just to update you on his Goldies he only has one now, the older one called Nell passed away last year, i can't remember what it was she had but she was very unwell.
     
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    Ahhhh. I am sorry to hear that, Loggie. I can still remember Nigel. I remember Nell when she was young and playful. Cor, suddenly I feel very old innit.
     
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    Yes i can still remember Nigel, copied a pic of him. He's so handsome.
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    And Nell, when she was younger she would play Nigel up a lot and didn't see her much behind the camera.
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    Daniel, thank you for making the effort to post a link to a gardening show, but we don't have PBS. The Austin TX PBS is too far away to pull in, and the Waco PBS went bankrupt. I'll have to content myself with my gardening books.
     
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    Don't know if you'll be able to watch this but this is the first episode for this year.
     
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    Thanks for those lovely pics, Loggie.
    I hope the folks can see that episode you posted. It worked for me. I had to think of Riley’s garden when I saw the Japanese garden segment.
     
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    Thanks Sjoerd, I'm glad that you liked the pics, really the reason that we watch gardener's world because of the goldies.
    Yes the Japanese garden reminds me of Riley's garden. I like the garden that was growing on concrete.
     
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