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P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

Tuff Turf (#709)

Allen shows how he is successfully incorporating lawns into his vegetable garden. [28 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: Garden design expert P. Allen Smith demystifies the process of designing beautiful gardens and opens up new possibilities for homeowners looking to create their own garden paradise. P. ALLEN SMITH'S GARDEN HOME highlights colorful gardens, easy how-to projects and expert tips that novice and experienced gardeners can apply to their own homes.

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  • Design Mission (#101)

    America's most recognized garden expert, P. Allen Smith, visits the historic Carmel Mission's Orchard House in Carmel, California to show how Smith's 12 principles of garden design have influenced this home' s amazing garden. He focuses on the design principles of "Mystery," "Enclosure" and "Whimsy." [26 minutes]

  • Accenting The Entry (#102)

    Garden design expert P. Allen Smith shows viewers how to lure visitors through their gardens by accenting the "entry," one of Smith's 12 principles to creating a garden home. In addition to accenting the entry, he also touches on the importance of establishing shape and form in the garden as well as a sense of enclosure. [27 minutes]

  • Color (#103)

    Allen focuses on the design principles of "Color," "Abundance" and "Creating a Sense of Mystery." [26 minutes]

  • Garden Theme Park (Whimsy) (#104)

    A theme park based around gardening? Garden design expert P. Allen Smith tours a unique garden centered park to show how adding some whimsy and fun to a garden's design can increase the enjoyment of any outdoor setting. Along with his principle of "Whimsy," Smith also showcases the design elements of "Shape and Form" and accenting the " Entry." [26 minutes]

  • Designs On Big Gardens (#105)

    Even those with small outdoor spaces can pick up some big ideas from large-scale gardens. Follow garden design expert P. Allen Smith as he boils down design ideas of all sizes into tips that any gardener can use. Smith focuses on his design principles of "Enclosure," " Focal Point" and creating a sense of "Mystery." [27 minutes]

  • Urban Enclosures (#106)

    If you're planning a small garden in 2005 this is a show full of ideas that you can use. Join P. Allen Smith in Chicago the Windy City for a tour of terraces on the 13th floor of a downtown apartment building. Each terrace is unique and provides the homeowners with privacy and beautiful garden retreats. The focus of this show is on "Enclosure," "Focal Point" and "Color." [26 minutes]

  • Frame It (#107)

    While you're whiling away the winter hours, why not start thinking about ways you can accent the entries of your garden home? Gardening expert P. Allen Smith helps us to create a garden that welcomes visitors as he explains three of his 12 principles of design. We'll see how we can "take advantage of existing structures" to create an entry, why it's important to "accent the entry" and how an entry can literally "frame a view." [27 minutes]

  • Time After Time (#108)

    As we kick back and wait for spring to arrive, we often stop and take note of the passage of time in the garden. Gardening expert P. Allen Smith explores the lure certain gardens have and helps us to achieve this look and feel in our own Garden Homes by explaining the main principles of design. Allen shows us how "time" affects gardens both in terms of materials used and plant choices, how we can have "fun" with our gardens and the "mystery" that makes a garden interesting. [27 minutes]

  • Country Living City Style (#109)

    If you're dreaming of color during these cold winter months, this is a show that will warm you and make you excited about the spring months ahead. Gardening expert P. Allen Smith shows viewers how to make a space seem more expansive by plant choices, using containers, etc. Focus in this show will be on "Abundance," "Texture, Pattern and Rhythm" and "Color [27 minutes]

  • Living Large (#110)

    If you desire a little vacation this winter just flip on the tube and check out this show P. Allen Smith takes us to great examples of using abundance in the garden through mass plantings. One destination is the colorful rannuculus fields of The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, where these flowers and their vibrant colors will charm viewers. A trip to Arley Hall in England will show how mass plantings in borders can add so much to a garden. And finally, Allen explores the "new American style" of gardening at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Design principles of "Abundance," "Texture Pattern and Rhythm" and "Accenting the Entry" highlight this show. [26 minutes]

  • Garden Time (#111)

    What makes people slow down in a garden? Garden design expert P. Allen Smith unravels some of the mystery of the garden by showing ways to help visitors relax and take in the beauty and fragrance of an outdoor setting. Gardens featured in this show focuses on three of Smith's 12 principles of garden design, "Time," "Mystery" and "Whimsy. " [26 minutes]

  • Structures (#112)

    Garden design expert P. Allen Smith invites viewers into his vegetable garden to see how functional buildings like garages and tool sheds can be useful in a garden's design. Smith advises viewers on taking advantage of the structures that surround a garden to help frame a view and how to add a touch of mystery. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Trends (#113)

    Garden design expert P. Allen Smith visits one of England's grandest gardens, Chatsworth. He visits with the Duchess of Devonshire to discuss the many gardening styles that have influenced the Estate's landscape over its 450-year history including the spectacular features added by the Duke and Duchess. This episode also features a trip to Holland for a report on some recent gardening trends, such as the use of ornamental grasses, and to a drought-tolerant garden in California to explore the latest in xeriscape gardening. [26 minutes]

  • Outdoor Entertaining (#201)

    Learn how to create the perfect garden room, from using colors and screenings to selecting menus. [26 minutes]

  • Coloring Your Garden Home (#202)

    It's a great winter escape to get you ready for daffodils and other spring time beauties. [27 minutes]

  • Roses (#203)

    Allen gives a tour of his garden and shows how he has incorporated roses into his design. [27 minutes]

  • A French Country Garden (#204)

    Learn about growing lavender and get tips on containers and creating privacy in garden spaces. [27 minutes]

  • Beautiful Garden Rooms (#205)

    Visit a quaint garden Allen designed to beautify the entry to of a charming Tudor style home. [27 minutes]

  • Simple Garden Home Ideas (#206)

    Discover simple ways to fashion intimate and private outdoor spaces, even in a suburban setting. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Home Structures (#207)

    Tour several beautiful German gardens to find inspiring ideas for your own backyard. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Home Containers (#208)

    Learn how to get the look of old world charm from hanging baskets and window boxes. [26 minutes]

  • A Modern Twist (#209)

    Tour a contemporary style riverside garden home and meet designers of their own tropical paradise. [26 minutes]

  • Small Garden Homes (#210)

    Visually enlarge pint-sized places with effective use of color, forced perspective & scaled plants. [26 minutes]

  • Old Fashioned Favorites (#211)

    Explore annuals, perennials and shrubs and ways to use them. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Home Art (#212)

    Allen finds interesting ornaments, containers, trellis & other unique items to add style to gardens. [27 minutes]

  • Choosing Color for Our Garden Homes (#213)

    Create a garden full of vivid color and alter the mood and scale of a garden with color schemes. [27 minutes]

  • Structure in the Garden Home (#301)

    Learn how compact spaces accented with garden structures to create beautiful features. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Home Seasons (#302)

    Use the design elements of color, structure and time to add seasonal interest to your landscape. [27 minutes]

  • Seasons of Change (#303)

    Tour a beautiful New England saltbox style home and woodland garden at the peak of autumn's color. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Home Enclosures (#304)

    Turn an ordinary yard into a series of intimate garden settings, each with their own character. [27 minutes]

  • Healthy Garden Homes (#305)

    Meet two California organic farming experts who offer ideas that you can use in your own garden. [27 minutes]

  • Beautiful Shapes and Forms (#306)

    Visit Holland & explore how shapes & forms of plants play a role in defining the style of a garden. [27 minutes]

  • Architecture and the Garden Home (#307)

    Learn how to evaluate the architectural style of your home to use as inspiration in the garden. [27 minutes]

  • Urban Design Ideas (#308)

    Visit Chicago & a landscape architect & learn to borrow ideas for your garden from urban landscapes. [27 minutes]

  • Mysterious Gardens (#309)

    Add mystery to gardens with winding paths, moss covered stones and interesting plant choices. [27 minutes]

  • Sun and Shade in the Garden Home (#310)

    Visit a Dutch horticulturist about using bamboo and learn what to plant in full sun and deep shade. [27 minutes]

  • From The Outside In (#311)

    Visit a potpourri manufacturer and a chef in New York who serves up garden fresh home cooking. [27 minutes]

  • New and Improved (#312)

    Visit Germany for a behind-the-scenes peek at the work involved in updating the look of geraniums. [27 minutes]

  • Someone's in the Kitchen (#313)

    These easy recipes will inspire you to plant herbs, tomatoes and more in your garden home. [27 minutes]

  • Garden Ornaments (#401)

    Meet interior designer and collectors for ideas on using these objects both inside and out. [27 minutes]

  • Spring Bulbs (#402)

    Learn ways to incorporate bulbs into your garden and view beautiful images from The Netherlands. [27 minutes]

  • Artist Garden (#403)

    Learn how Master Gardeners across the country bring art to the communities they serve. [27 minutes]

  • Vertical Garden (#404)

    With creative thinking, a blank space can become an attractive addition to the garden home. [27 minutes]

  • Perennials for the Garden Home (#405)

    Use perennials as a foundation for your plantings & add in bulbs & annuals for tremendous effects. [27 minutes]

  • Color Inside and Out (#406)

    On location for a makeover with tips for transforming an outdoor space into an exciting addition. [27 minutes]

  • On The Border (#407)

    Learn why fences, hedges and other border plantings are essential in creating a strong framework. [27 minutes]

  • Cottage Living (#408)

    Look into the private rooms of Allen's home and see how they relate to the garden rooms outdoors. [27 minutes]

  • Good Picture Making (#409)

    Tips on framing the view, screening unwanted views & mixing colors to bring whimsy into the garden. [27 minutes]

  • Houseplants for Your Garden Home (#410)

    Incorporate houseplants into gardens that can be potted up and brought indoors when seasons change. [27 minutes]

  • Rosie Garden Homes (#411)

    P. Allen brings four types of roses and shows easy ways to incorporate them in the garden. [27 minutes]

  • Heritage Gardens (#412)

    Get ideas for using historic plants by visiting Nashville, Colonial Williamsburg & Stratford Hall. [27 minutes]

  • Water Gardens (#413)

    Follow a dramatic before and after project and learn about Zen gardens and using water. [27 minutes]

  • Paint Your Garden (#501)

    How to bring the feeling of nature into your home through colors and petunias in New Hampshire. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home Idea House (#502)

    Get tips on using outdoor furnishings, fabrics and accessories to maximize your living space. [28 minutes]

  • Beach Living (#503)

    Visit Florida to learn about plants that do well in harsh, ocean-side growing environments. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home Senses (#504)

    A garden is designed to give physically challenged children an opportunity to enjoy it up close. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Party (#505)

    A private garden on New York's Long Island, entertaining tips and "green" party favors. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home Lifestyle (#506)

    Meet an eclectic artist with a garden full of colorful elements including a "fish house." [28 minutes]

  • Kids in the Garden (#507)

    Make your own vermiculture compost bin and explore ways to attract colorful birds and butterflies. [28 minutes]

  • Color Inspirations (#508)

    Explore the colorful plants in the garden and the everyday items that inspired these combinations. [28 minutes]

  • Giving Gardens (#509)

    Meet a man who started a community garden that now gets funding from an international organization. [28 minutes]

  • Longhouse (#510)

    This modern garden on New York's Long Island houses an outdoor chess set by Yoko Ono. [28 minutes]

  • Rose Rebloom (#511)

    Learn growing and arranging techniques along with advice on using roses in new and creative ways. [28 minutes]

  • Fall Vegetable Garden (#512)

    Learn how to use the harvest both inside & outside and get tips on potting benches & garden storage. [28 minutes]

  • Getting Crafty (#513)

    Learn ways to blur the lines between inside and out with how-to-do projects fresh from the garden. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home Construction (#601)

    At the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Florida, homebuilder suppliers show off products. [28 minutes]

  • Retreat Elements (#602)

    A beautiful stone retaining wall goes into the garden. Water problems must be corrected. [28 minutes]

  • Structure at Moss Mountain (#603)

    Special trees are chosen for the kitchen garden and some support structures are built. [28 minutes]

  • Not Easy Being Green (#604)

    Learn about environmentally sound solutions with materials that are easy on earth but function well. [28 minutes]

  • Room with a View (#605)

    Learn how to use each window of your home as a canvas to paint the garden picture of your dreams. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home Animals (#606)

    Showcases a blue bird trail, a chicken coop fit for a queen and fish in natural and manmade ponds. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Glories (#607)

    Spring plantings of daffodils give way to summer poppies in a color switch that's breathtaking. [28 minutes]

  • The Ties that Bind (#608)

    Learn insights into P. Allen's distinctive approach to living simpler without sacrificing quality. [28 minutes]

  • From the Soil to the Sun (#609)

    Get tips for getting the soil right, not skimping on irrigation and moving water management. [28 minutes]

  • Kitchen Garden (#610)

    Learn how he to lay out a kitchen garden and designing both an indoor and outdoor kitchen. [28 minutes]

  • Bigger's Not Better (#611)

    Get insight into building with brick and learn this process has been around since ancient times. [28 minutes]

  • The Color Factor (#612)

    Meet a painting expert and a lighting expert who give tips for designing outdoor garden. [28 minutes]

  • The Big Tour (#613)

    Allen unveils his Garden Home, recaps the challenges and shows the environmentally sound solutions. [28 minutes]

  • Garden Home for the Holidays (#614)

    Bring garden elements inside for decorating tips for the cold months and learn holiday recipes. [28 minutes]

  • Dazzling Daffodils (#701)

    Thousands of new bulbs emerge in a delightful show of cheery blooms on Allen's "Daffodil Hill." [28 minutes]

  • Vegetable Delight (#702)

    Allen visits the historic property of Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. [28 minutes]

  • Really Great Roses (#703)

    Allen enjoys using roses and they play important roles in several areas of the Garden Home Retreat. [28 minutes]

  • Hooray for Herbs (#704)

    Even if a garden is a patio or deck, herbs can be combined with flowers for dramatic displays. [28 minutes]

  • Wonderful Wildflowers (#705)

    Allen has high hopes for a new seed mix designed especially for drought prone areas. [28 minutes]

  • Something About Shrubs (#706)

    Allen shows how some very large boxwoods give his entrance a mature look and feel. [28 minutes]

  • Something Seedy (#707)

    Learn how to start Sweet Peas and other seeds to transplant into the garden for stunning displays. [28 minutes]

  • Fruits and Berries (#708)

    Allen's rural garden is going to be a testing ground for strawberries and a wide variety of fruits. [28 minutes]

  • Tree Talkin' (#710)

    Allen begins creating an orchard with both edible fruit trees and ornamentals, such as crabapples. [28 minutes]

  • Wild for Wildlife (#711)

    Birds, butterflies and other creatures make Allen's transformed Garden Home Retreat their home. [28 minutes]

  • Annuals for the Garden (#712)

    Annuals have to be replanted yearly, but they bring with them the "wow" factor of bold blooms. [28 minutes]

  • Perennials for the Garden (#713)

    Learn how plant breeders use water conservation issues in their breeding programs. [28 minutes]

  • Back to the Barn (#714)

    Learn how Allen's two barns are being used and see their dramatic before and after views. [28 minutes]

  • Entry Gates (#715)

    Allen applies a new coat of limewashing to the new stone entry pavilions, which protects surfaces. [28 minutes]

  • Outdoor Spaces (#716)

    Explore the porches around Allen's house and the oak trees where he and his friends often linger. [28 minutes]

  • Striking Structures (#717)

    Explore the beautiful garden pool, interesting raised beds, renovated barns and the house itself. [28 minutes]

  • Bold Bricks (#718)

    Allen covers the exterior of his garden home with some amazing hand-formed bricks. [28 minutes]

  • Everyday Green (#719)

    Allen covers all the different components used in making both the house and garden Earth friendly. [28 minutes]

  • Pet Perfect (#720)

    Learn how Allen is making the home and garden a safe place for pets, from birds to cats and horses. [28 minutes]

  • Outdoor Studio (#721)

    Allen creates a special outbuilding for how-to projects and explains its importance for the garden. [28 minutes]

  • Outdoor Kitchen (#722)

    The outbuilding is a testing ground for the herbs, fruits & vegetables grown in the organic garden. [28 minutes]

  • The Mudroom (#723)

    Allen designed his mudroom to house his floral design items, "frogs," floral foam and clippers. [28 minutes]

  • Kitchen and Baths (#724)

    Allen uses fresh salts and environmentally friendly materials to tie his kitchen and bath to nature. [28 minutes]

  • Living Spaces (#725)

    Allen takes viewers on tours of the living room, the sleeping porch and the basement. [28 minutes]

  • Sweet Retreats (#726)

    Allen explores some of the resting places in the Garden Home Retreat and ties them to the gardens. [28 minutes]

  • Winter Gardens (#801)

    Allen uses the winter season to define the garden's framework with evergreen holly hedges. [26 minutes]

  • A Capital Idea (#802)

    Learn how a home's architectural elements define its style and visit Little Rock's Capital Hotel. [26 minutes]

  • Garden Home (#803)

    Allen primes his blue bird nest boxes and uses a greenhouse in winter to start vegetable seedlings. [26 minutes]

  • Subtle Screens (#804)

    Shrubbery can serve as the walls in outdoor rooms, providing privacy and mystery to the garden. [26 minutes]

  • Music and Daffodils (#805)

    Musician and conservationist Chuck Leavell trades tips with Allen on growing and caring for trees. [26 minutes]

  • Triumphant Tulips (#806)

    The daffodils and tulips are filling the landscape and it's time to plant herbs and vegetables. [26 minutes]

  • Kindred Spirits (#807)

    Keith Kirsten, Allen's South African counterpart, visits to see the garden's bones and framework. [26 minutes]

  • Craving Color (#808)

    The spectacular wildflower garden serves as an example for creating compelling color combination. [26 minutes]

  • Inspiring Green (#809)

    Allen visits the rooftop garden of the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. [26 minutes]

  • Conservation Gardens (#810)

    Chuck Leavell, keyboardist for the Rolling Stones and ardent conservationist, makes a visit. [26 minutes]

  • Wisdom and Beauty (#811)

    Learn to make wise plant choices and get ideas for conserving water and dealing with garden pests. [26 minutes]

  • Learning from Our Past (#812)

    To keep gardens bright, Allen shares lessons learned after losing an old oak tree to lightning. [26 minutes]

  • Small Spaces, Small Places (#813)

    Allen shows how to make a big impact showcasing flowers even in a garden with limited space. [26 minutes]

  • The 12 Principles (#901)

    Features an overview of the twelve design principles that will be discussed throughout the season. [26 minutes]

  • Enclosure (#902)

    A visit to the Whitehall House demonstrates some beautiful examples of the principle of enclosure. [26 minutes]

  • Shape and Form (#903)

    Churchill Downs is toured and bare root roses are planted at the Governor's Mansion in Arkansas. [26 minutes]

  • Framing The View (#904)

    Inviting window treatments and energy efficient windows demonstrate the Framing the View principle. [26 minutes]

  • Entry (#905)

    Allen demonstrates the use of some of Mother Nature's unique gifts to decorate his front door. [26 minutes]

  • Focal Point (#906)

    Features a tour of the Garden Home Retreat's special points of interest and a grand centerpiece. [26 minutes]

  • Structure (#907)

    Allen shows his own different constructed features and visits the greenhouse at Churchill Downs [26 minutes]

  • Color (#908)

    Allen shows the impact of clever uses of color, from bouquet arrangements to the color of paint. [26 minutes]

  • Texture, Pattern and Rhythm (#909)

    Texture, pattern and rhythm are demonstrated throughout the garden. Plus tips for selecting grass. [26 minutes]

  • Abundance (#910)

    Allen shares the bounty of the garden, talks daffodils and larkspur, plus, shrubs that re-bloom. [26 minutes]

  • Whimsy (#911)

    Allen introduces some comical additions to the garden and gives tips on keeping insects off herbs. [26 minutes]

  • Mystery (#912)

    Allen shows a few examples of mystery and gives helpful information on citronella geraniums. [26 minutes]

  • Time (#913)

    Allen shows how the design principle of time is expressed in many garden styles through the ages. [26 minutes]

  • Sacred Places, Sacred Spaces (#1001)

    Allen visits the historic Arlington National Cemetery for its annual Renewal and Remembrance event. [26 minutes]

  • The Rose Show (#1002)

    Allen visits a Rosarian at the Southampton Rose Society and drops in on the Madoo Conservancy. [26 minutes]

  • The Food Show (#1003)

    Allen gets a history lesson on the vegetables and herbs that George Washington grew at Mt. Vernon. [26 minutes]

  • Entry with Impact (#1004)

    Tour of the breathtaking Daffodil Hill at the Garden Home Retreat. Chef Matt McClure appears. [26 minutes]

  • Exhibit The Season (#1005)

    The tulips in spring at the farm and a Christmas tree with LED lights in the winter are featured. [26 minutes]

  • Entertaining Outdoors (#1006)

    Allen shows a popular area at the farm, the outdoor kitchen, plus ideas for poolside containers. [26 minutes]

  • Art and the Garden (#1007)

    Allen discusses the Madoo Conservancy with artist Robert Dash and visits the Longhouse Reserve. [26 minutes]

  • Recasting Roles (#1008)

    Allen shows how to add whimsy to your garden by repurposing items you have laying around. [26 minutes]

  • Making A Bold Statement (#1009)

    Make a bold statement in a small garden by choosing the right trees, shrubs and containers. [26 minutes]

  • Adding Charm (#1010)

    Allen learns about fresh greenery used during the holidays in the Cascade Mountains in Oregon. [26 minutes]

  • Relaxing Environment (#1011)

    The Denver Botanic Gardens, Arlington National Cemetery and Bridge Gardens in NY are visited. [26 minutes]

  • Structure in the Garden (#1012)

    Allen shows how he built a raised bed in his acre garden and visits an incredible poolside grotto. [26 minutes]

  • Teaching Children (#1013)

    Visit the yearly clean up at the Arlington National Cemetery and a garden with a dinosaur theme. [26 minutes]

  • Celebrating The Winter Season Inside and Out (#1101)

    Garden Home Retreat is covered in snow! Allen has an easy way to decorate inside with Clementines. [26 minutes]

  • Visual Sensations (#1102)

    Allen visits gardens in Oregon to talk gladiolas and explores the Botanic Gardens Chicago. [26 minutes]

  • A Passion for Poultry (#1103)

    Allen talks turkey, chickens and ducks with poultry experts and shows the new waterfowl shelter. [26 minutes]

  • Bulb Gardening (#1104)

    Allen gives some tips on bulb gardening, including protecting newly planted bulbs from squirrels. [26 minutes]

  • Restoration (#1105)

    An expert who is restoring an antique chest demonstrates the proper way to work with antiques. [26 minutes]

  • City Gardening (#1106)

    Allen visits The Plant it Pink event in the Argenta District of North Little Rock, Arkansas. [26 minutes]

  • Gardening with Kids (#1107)

    Allen shows us how to make a fun garden ornament with kids out of a recycled bowling ball. [26 minutes]

  • Elegance Indoors (#1108)

    Experts show the proper way to light your home and freshen up a room by adding from the garden. [26 minutes]

  • The Water Show (#1109)

    Allen focuses on water in this episode, from fountains in the garden to drought-tolerant plants. [27 minutes]

  • Better Berries (#1110)

    Allen talks about blackberry planting and shows how to put together a blueberry container. [26 minutes]

  • Radiant Roses (#1111)

    Allen visits Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, and discusses antique roses and shrub roses. [26 minutes]

  • Allen's Favorites (#1112)

    Topics include antique furniture, blackberries, heirloom tomatoes and white superior potatoes. [26 minutes]

  • Keeping It Local (#1113)

    Allen discusses the importance of buying locally in your community or growing your own. [26 minutes]

  • Cozy Settings (#1201)

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  • Gardens & Art (#1202)

    [27 minutes]

  • Colorful Spaces (#1203)

    [27 minutes]

  • Intriguing Interiors (#1204)

    [27 minutes]

  • The Great Outdoors (#1205)

    [26 minutes]

  • Stepping Back In Time (#1206)

    [27 minutes]

  • Garden Fun with Kids (#1207)

    Allen brings kids in the garden to learn how to make flowers turn a different color and more. [26 minutes]

  • Nature for the Soul (#1208)

    [27 minutes]

  • Garden & Home Alternatives (#1209)

    [25 minutes]

  • Celebrating Summer (#1210)

    [27 minutes]

  • Autumn's Allure (#1211)

    [27 minutes]

  • Getting Ready for Christmas (#1212)

    Allen uses fresh greenery inside the home, including fireplace mantles and a children's room. [26 minutes]

  • Seasonal Change (#1213)

    [26 minutes]

  • Life On Moss Mountain Farm (#1301)

    P. Allen Smith invites us into his home and shows us some of his favorite areas of the farm. [26 minutes]

  • Making A Difference (#1302)

    People who are making a difference by growing food for the homeless and composting are visited. [26 minutes]

  • Going Mini (#1303)

    Mini plants, mini houses, mini pizzas and the fairy gardens craze are showcased. [26 minutes]

  • Embracing The Backyard (#1304)

    With more people doing "Stay-Cations" it makes sense to put more effort into outdoor living spaces. [27 minutes]

  • Escape to the Garden (#1305)

    P. Allen Smith shares his garden stress relievers, including yoga poses designed for gardeners. [26 minutes]

  • The Unusual (#1306)

    The uncommon and unconventional are explored, from unique planters to obscure wall hangings. [26 minutes]

  • Kids, Kids and More Kids (#1307)

    When kids learn about their food sources, it will lead to healthier lifestyles as they grow up. [27 minutes]

  • Small Spaces (#1308)

    P. Allen Smith shares ideas for making small spaces, indoors or out, comfortable and stylish. [27 minutes]

  • Anyone Can Do It (#1309)

    P. Allen Smith sheds light on the top five, first-time gardener mistakes. [26 minutes]

  • Flower Power (#1310)

    P. Allen Smith shows how to grow some of his favorites flowers for arrangements. [26 minutes]

  • Washington Was Here (#1311)

    Step back in time with P. Allen Smith as he travels back to 18th century Williamsburg. [26 minutes]

  • Extremes (#1312)

    Plants that love the heat, plants that thrive in water and extreme decorating idea are discussed. [26 minutes]

  • Self Defense (#1313)

    Self-defense moves you can do to protect things around your home and garden are explored. [26 minutes]

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