There's no doubt that television provides gardeners with inspiration, sound advice and good ideas, that's why we're all looking forward to new programmes and the return of old favourites during 2019.
As the year progresses, this blog will be regularly updated with dates and times for your TV gardening programmes plus any information we have on features and personalities.
As autumn sets in, Monty Don and his two dogs have bowed out, with the current series of BBC's flagship gardening programme coming to an end. We'll now have to wait until the spring before returning to Longmeadow.
Also next year, as the BBC have a contract with the RHS until 2021, they will continue to provide extensive coverage of major events next year at Chelsea (19-23 May), Hampton Court (6-12 July), the Malvern Spring Festival (7-10 May) and the flower shows at Chatsworth (11-14 June) and Tatton (22-26 July).
Don't forget the Garderners' World Live show at the NEC from 18-21 June, and cameras will continue to follow the development of the brand new RHS Garden Bridgewater due to open in 2020. At 154 acres, this is the largest gardening development in Europe including an 11 acre walled kitchen garden and a Learning Centre.
Produced by the BBC in Aberdeen and taking on its current format in 1996, Beechgrove is packed full of practical hands-on advice covering everyday gardening topics particularly those encountered in Scotland. There's always a feature on 'problem' gardens and another that celebrates the best Scottish gardens and gardeners. Now finished for the current growing season, Beechgrove will no doubt be back in 2020.
A new series of Garden Rescue can be caught on weekday afternoons on BBC One. Working on a restricted budget, gardening's one time pin-up girl Charlie Dimmock and the gold medal-winning Rich brothers will be vying for the householder's thumbs up before going ahead with one of two designs that are presented.
Love Your Garden
This ninth series is currently showing on ITV every Tuesday evening with Alan Titchmarsh and his team renovating the gardens of deserving people, transforming their neglected plots into something special while offering advice to viewers along the way.
The A-Z Of TV Gardening
On Sunday morning BBC2, Carol Kirkwood has once again begun her alphabetical journey, trawling inspiration from previously shown gardening programmes and gleaning advice from the most recognizable presenters over the last few years.
The Great Chelsea Gardening Challenge
Following Carol, six amateur garden designers compete against each other for the opportunity fo exhibit at the 2015 Chelsea Flower Show. Overseen by Joe Swift, they have to design and build a show garden in different styles in four days and with only a modest budget.
Around The World In 80 Gardens
Finally on a Sunday, this repeat follows Monty Don as he visits the world's '80 most inspiring gardens' starting in Mexico and ending up in south east Asia via India, South Africa and Australia over ten episodes. Circling the globe looking at gardens is a tough job and Monty is the man to take it on.