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These are the 10 best gardening shows to stream right now

No matter your streaming service, there's a gardening show just for you

Whether you’re an expert gardener or you’re new to gardening, you might find yourself in need of some inspiration to get your green thumb into shape come next gardening season. As it turns out, sometimes the best way to get your gardening mojo back is to watch TV shows that showcase extraordinary gardening. Maybe they’ll give you ideas for new color combinations or plant combos you never thought of before, or maybe they’ll inspire your next ambitious landscaping project.

There are plenty of gardening shows out there on all your favorite streaming platforms, such as Netflix, Apple TV, and Amazon Prime. You may not even be aware these shows exist and could be missing out on some amazing ideas for your garden!

Grab some popcorn and get ready to take notes while you binge-watch these 10 fantastic streaming garden shows. 

Watching garden shows on Netflix

The best gardening show on Netflix

On Netflix’s “The Big Flower Fight,” you can watch 10 pairs of contestants battle it out over the biggest floral arrangements you’ve ever seen. These florists, sculptors, and garden designers have the skills and imaginations to take on these challenges and wow the judges and us. This competitive show will inspire you to grow your own flower garden and maybe even attempt a smaller but still rewarding homemade flower display.

Sculptured gardens in countryside

The best gardening shows on Apple TV

In “Gardeners’ World,” Monty Don is back — with friends. This show follows three storylines per episode. While one host explores public gardens, two others help home gardeners improve and clean up their gardens. Plus, Monty gets to show off the garden he’s been cultivating for over 20 years. This show is an excellent mix of inspiration and actionable advice. 

“The Instant Gardener” follows expert garden designer Danny Clarke as he revitalizes run-down gardens that are in desperate need of help. The catch is that he’ll be taking on these projects in just one day. Not only will you be inspired by this fast-paced show, but you’ll learn some new tips and tricks that you can apply to your home garden!

In “Yard Crashers,” we follow hosts Ahmad Hassan, Matt Blashaw, and Chris Lambton as they surprise home improvement store shoppers by offering to crash their weekend plans and renovate their backyards into a dreamy escape. It’s an excellent option for those looking to up their backyard game or take on a few projects on their own. 

Binging a garden show

The best gardening shows on Amazon Prime

Sometimes, the best way to find the motivation to start something new is to watch others try and succeed. For those interested in growing their own food, “Grow, Cook, Eat” will teach you how to grow and cook fresh vegetables so you can eat meals made entirely from the fruits (or veggies) of your labor. It also showcases amazing gardening stories from around the world. This show is ideal for those interested in homesteading or taking control of the food they eat. 

“The Victory Garden” follows Jamie Durie, a horticulturist from Australia, as he dives deep into every garden tip you can think of. He covers how to create a healthy and thriving garden bed and how to protect, prevent, and rid plants of disease or pests. He even touches on landscape design. 

For the nerds out there who not only love to grow but love to learn how things grow, “The Science of Gardening” is a spectacular choice that accomplishes both. This show explores topics such as plant physiology, biology, soil science, climatology, hydrology, chemistry, and ecology, and how they all come together to explain how and why gardening works the way it does. 

Sure, pretty much every gardener already knows how Martha Stewart is, even if they haven’t watched any of her award-winning shows, but no list would be complete without the queen of clean (and green). In “Martha Knows Best,” we follow Martha as she takes on a variety of projects in her garden at her farm in Bedford, New York. Get fantastic advice for your own home and garden as Martha walks you through each step she takes. 

Flower garden with statue

“Ground Force” is a popular British TV series that can give you motivation if you’ve let your garden go and need inspiration to get it back in shape. This garden show stars Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock, and Tommy Walsh, all of whom are professional landscapers. The trio creates or transforms garden spaces in just two days to surprise the owners. These pros believe gardens should be places of beauty, but they’re often neglected and left to run wild. That’s where they come in. Let these professionals influence you to revamp your garden landscape.

Scaling back from his world garden tours, Monty is at it again with his show “Big Dreams, Small Spaces.” In this series, he visits small British homes and help them reach their garden dreams. It’s proof that you don’t need a large space to create a stunning garden, and it can be just the kick you need to get started on your own small space. 

Taking on any gardening project can be intimidating, especially if you’re an amateur gardener. However, with these shows to fuel creativity and inspiration, you’ll be itching to get out and get your hands dirty next spring. Just remember to wash your hands before coming back in for a snack and TV break. 

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