The Victory Garden
Viewers travel to Maine with garden correspondent Holly Shimizu to visit a spectacular garden with noted landscape architect Patrick Chass. The 1950's home and grounds are set back from the shoreline, allowing the natural splendor of the setting to shine. Featuring sweeping views and lush greenery, striking color combinations, naturally occurring reflection pools and a dwarf conifer collection, this garden offers a surprise at every turn. The highlight of the tour is a rich moss garden that serves as a velvety backdrop for original stone sculptures. Featured recipe: roast chicken stew with peppers. Red and green peppers add freshness and pizzazz to Chef Marian's rich chicken stew.
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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Series Description: THE VICTORY GARDEN, television's longest-running gardening program, continues to inspire viewers to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. Hosted by Australian gardening and television sensation Jamie Durie, its simple, easy lessons help seasoned and amateur gardeners alike make the most of their outdoor spaces in a way that respects and preserves the environment for future generations.
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These episodes of The Victory Garden aired in the last few months on Iowa Public Television.
- Light Up Your Garden (#3403)
- Inspired Gardens (#3402)
- Perennial Favorites (#3401)
- Vertical: Think Up! (#3204)
- Cool: Create A Garden That's Cool (#3205)
- Edible (#3306)
- Soft (#3305)
- Simplify Your Garden with Tricks and Tips (#3208)
- Dark (#3304)
- Hot: Create A Garden That Beats The Heat (#3203)
- Light (#3303)
- Wet: Learn About Water, In All Its Forms, In Your garden (#3202)
- New (#3302)
- Dry: Use Less Water In Your Landscape (#3201)
- Old (#3301)
- Urban Oasis (#3405)
- Edible Gardens (#3404)