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.

Gardeners' World

Monty Don and his two dogs showcase his Longmeadow garden every Friday evening on BBC1. The 55th series of this broadcasting institution has familiar experts such as Adam Frost on hand to provide insights on how to make your garden grow and proving particularly popular are segments in which enthusiasts from all over the world are encouraged to send in videos of their own gardens and planting ideas.         

Beechgrove

Celebrating the best of Scottish horticulture, Beechgrove is shown on Thursday evenings north of the border and then repeated on Friday evenings and Sunday mornings on BBC2 for the rest of us. Practical advice is always to the fore with plenty of successful growing and a few failures. Broadcast from Aberdeen and covering as many gardening topics as possible, the programme also visits inspirational gardens and in 'Problem Corners' the presenters give hands-on advice to viewers with problem patches.

RHS Shows

The BBC has a contract to cover RHS shows until 2024. The Chelsea Flower Show was shown as a standalone programme while the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival (4 – 9 July) and RHS Flower Show Tatton Park (20 – 24 July) will be broadcast through Gardeners’ World, as was the RHS Malvern Spring Festival earlier in the year. Gardeners' World Live at the NEC from 16 - 19 June 2022 was also on the BBC schedule.

Garden Rescue

Returning for its seventh series and broadcast every afternoon on BBC1, Charlie Dimmock now has three new co-designers after the departure of the Rich brothers. The format however remains the same as in previous series with the homeowner choosing their preferred design from two that are presented.