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Top gardening TV shows to watch this Spring

15 March 2024

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just finding your green thumb, discover the best gardening shows to watch on TV and demand this Spring.

Gardeners’ World | BBC Two | Fridays at 8pm

Gardeners’ World has delighted TV viewers for decades. Hosted by Monty Don and a team of passionate horticulturalists, this iconic show guides viewers through the seasons, offering practical advice and expert tips. Whether you’re planning a vegetable patch or want to spruce up your window boxes, Monty and his team will provide the inspiration and education you need.

Alan Titchmarsh’s Gardening Club | ITV 1 | Mondays at 2pm

Launched earlier in March, this brand new show presented by gardening guru Alan Titchmarsh features a team of experts, including community gardener Tayshan Hayden-Smith, horticulturists David Domoney and Camilla Bassett-Smith, eco-friendly gardener Anna Greenland and houseplant expert Sarah Gerrard-Jones. Perfect viewing whatever your level of gardening experience.

Love Your Garden | ITVX

If you’re a Titchmarsh fan, check out Love Your Garden on ITVX. This feel-good show sees unloved private and community gardens transformed into stunning outdoor spaces. Heartwarming viewing and plenty of garden inspiration is guaranteed in every episode.

The Great Garden Revolution | Channel 4 online

Designer Joel Bird, gardener Poppy Okotcha and craftsman Bruce Kenneth provide the ultimate dream team for transforming outdoor spaces across the UK. Each episode features expert tips and tricks as well as celebrity guests.

Filthy Garden SOS | My5

Watch Diarmuid Gavin, Danny Clarke and Penny Lamb as they tackle unloved and out-of-control gardens and help desperate owners enjoy their outdoor spaces once again.

Don’t let TV interference get in the way of watching your favourite Springtime shows. If you notice new interference to your free to view TV – there’s a small chance it may be due to mobile signal upgrades. We’re here to help. Call us on 0808 13 13 800 (free from UK landlines and mobiles).

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