Gardening Together with Diarmuid Gavin
Genre Factual Entertainment
Format 6 x 30
Diarmuid Gavin invites us into his own garden paradise, encouraging everyone across the country to get gardening together. He’ll be taking calls, answering questions and offering dozens of great practical tips.
This week Diarmuid helps design a garden for Mary Fitzpatrick, in County Wicklow, who has a challenging space at the front of her house. He also offers advice for gardeners with a bit of help from plant expert Helen Dillon, and creates a sunken fire pit and seating area in his garden.
This week, Diarmuid helps design a garden for the Montgomery family in Bainbridge, Co Down, who have a spectacular view but a lacklustre garden to see it from. He offers advice for gardeners with small spaces with some help from renowned head gardener Darragh Stone, and gives his mum’s Dublin balcony a new lease of life.
This week he helps design a garden for the Hanway family in Howth, who have a shedload of ideas for their garden but no firm plan. For those wanting to live the good life themselves, Diarmuid gets advice from chef Rachel Allen, who helps him fulfil his dream of keeping chickens in the garden.
This week he helps design a garden for Nichola McGregor in County Antrim, who wants to bring a bit of France to her garden in memory of her late partner. He also offers advice for gardeners with a bit of help from exotic plant expert Conrad McCormick and shows us how to rejuvenate a pond in your garden.
This week, Diarmuid helps design a garden for Shane Auliffe in County Kerry, who wants to see a formal, grand garden from his window. He offers advice for gardeners with a bit of help from Mount Stewart head gardener Neil Porteous and shows viewers how to transform a terrace area as he makes the finishing touches to his own garden.
Diarmuid helps design a garden for Rachel Kelly in Drumbo, County Down, who has a an eyesore in the garden she wants to forget. He also offers advice for gardeners with a bit of help from plant experts Paul Smyth and Colm O’Driscoll and reveals whether a huge greenhouse made of reclaimed materials has made the deadline in his own garden.