Over several series, Alan Titchmarsh's team from the popular ITV programme 'Love Your Garden' has transformed gardens throughout the country using a varied range of traditional and new products, some donated from GardenSite and all available online.
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 2020 but during the current government restrictions don't be surprised to see repeats filling gaps in a depleted schedule and other programmes adopting a different format..
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.
On BBC2 every Friday evening until 30 October 2020, with a Sunday and Tuesday morning repeat. Introduced by Monty Don and his dogs, remotely controlled cameras and archived features are used to bring you the usual mix of practical seasonal advice from well known experts such as Joe Swift and Carol Kelin with the added bonus of amateur footage sent in from viewers.
The BBC has a contract with the RHS until 2021 and there will be extensive coverage of next year's Malvern Spring Festival (6-9 May) and Hampton Court Flower Show (5-11 July). After this year's online event, the Chelsea Flower Show is returning in a new format, it will now be over six days (18-23 May) with fewer visitors and social distancing. Also on the BBC schedule will be Gardeners' World Live at the NEC from 17-20 June 2021.
Beechgrove has now finished its current season but you can catch Beechgrove Repotted each Sunday morning on BBC2 at 09.30.
Alan Titchmarsh reveals his favourite garden design secrets by looking back on old Love Your Garden episodes. Subjects include creating classic English country and family gardens, all for deserving people. The series is on ITV1 at 20.00 each Tuesday evening.
This is a hardy perennial that regularly shows up on the schedules and at the moment it's early Sunday morning on BBC2 that Carol Kirkwood continues her journey through the horticultural alphabet. Your chance to gain inspiration and advice from television's most popular programmes and presenters.
Working on a restricted budget, gardening's one-time pin-up girl Charlie Dimmock and the gold medal-winning Rich brothers compete for the householder's thumbs-up before going ahead with one of two designs that are presented. Shown at various times and days on BBC1 and 2 and regularly repeated.
Here are some of the highlights from last year's Gardeners' World Garden of the Year........
Alternatively, get your garden ready for spring with the advice from one of our favourite Youtube gardeners; Charles Dowding.
Spring flowering bulbs brighten the garden from when snow is on the ground right through to the sunlit early summer. Here is David Hall's guide to achieving a marvellous display of colour to herald in the new year.
It's autumn and David Coton is getting the garden prepared for the onset of colder weather but, at the same time, the arrival of spring bulbs in the garden centre is a reminder that we should also now be planning ahead for next year.
It was all change this year for GLEE, the garden retail industry's annual show that is usually held at the NEC in Birmingham. Due to pandemic restrictions, a virtual show took its place with product launches, presentations and awards all happening online.
David Coton suggests that there are plenty of gardening jobs that need to be done in November, from why you shouldn't throw away any fallen leaves to how to take care of your vegetable patch.