Alan Titchmarsh and his team of experts travel the country to find the dream gardens we'd all like to have. Meeting the colourful characters that create these spaces, they'll show us how we can live the dream at home.
I too, have found this to be a delightful program. One of the more interesting features is the cultural and climatological differences between the USA and UK. Seems like every episode that I have seen has had to deal with rain of some sort. One almost wonders if they plan it that way so as to show off Charlie's assets...
But torrential downpours aside, It always amazes me that the gardens are so small. I would be hard pressed to park my compact car in many of them! I guess we North Americans are spoiled by having so much space to work with. Many of the ideas presented in the series are very well suited to the space but I find myself wondering if those same ideas would look out of place amidst my 2-acre back yard.
Nonetheless, the show is entertaining and I never have to worry about the kids watching. Especially interested is our 17-year-old boy. I know he is interested in the agricultural aspect but can't help wondering if Charlie has something to do with it...
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