Name a more iconic duo than Gardening and Netflix, I dare you.
If you love gardening, you’ve probably looked, or you already have a favorite gardening show. Now, if you want to add a few more shows to your list, we’ve gathered seven binge-worthy gardening shows on Netflix you can’t miss. Keep on reading, and you might just find your new favorite show.
The Best Gardening Shows on Netflix
Got some free time on your hand? Here are six gardening shows on Netflix worth streaming:
The Big Flower Fight
This competition-based show is one of my latest favorite “gardening” shows on Netflix. Think Iron Chef, but instead of food, it’s greeneries. This show pits teams of florists, garden landscapers/designers, and sculptors against each other for a chance to display their artwork/installation at London’s Royal Botanic Gardens. If you’re looking for an exciting gardening show, this one’s for you!
Big Dreams, Small Spaces
Do you love The Great British Bake-off? Well, you will definitely love Big Dreams, Small Spaces. Hosted by Monty Don – an English television presenter, writer, and speaker on horticulture, Monty is best known for presenting the BBC television series Gardeners’ World. Now in this show, Monty helps amateur gardeners from the UK transfer their garden into the garden of their dreams whilst having limited space.
Love Your Garden
Just like Big Dreams, Small Spaces, Love Your Garden is a British lifestyle gardening tv show. Alan Titchmarsh, an English gardener, broadcaster, poet, and novelist, along with his team of experts, travel the country to find the dream gardens we’d all like or dream about having. In their journey, they meet people that create these spaces and show the audiences how you can live the dream garden at home.
A reality tv program on Netflix hosted by Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer, these two show people how they can their rentals into a profit-making business. Not exactly, a gardening show, Stay Here showcased some gardens that you’ll be jealous of.
Cabins In the Wild
Engineer Dick Strawbridge, along with master craftsman Will Hardie, the show follows an ingenious competition to build a pop-up hotel made up of eight stunning and unique cabins in the wild. Get inspired by the locations in the show and try to incorporate nature’s garden on your own.
Monty Don’s French Gardens
Can’t get enough of Big Dreams, Small Spaces, or the great Monty Don? Then Monty Don’s French Gardens should be the next tv program in your queue. A warning, though, this show might cause you to book a spontaneous trip to France. Monty visits some of the most famous and magnificent gardens in France. You might not have a garden like this in your whole life, but a gardener can dream, right?
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
Another British tv show hosted by architect Piers Taylor and actress and property enthusiast Caroline Quentin, The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes showcases well some of the most amazing homes in the world. More of an architecture or interior show, this program still features some gardens that will inspire you to continue cultivating your home garden.
Have you seen any of these shows? Which one of these is your favorite? Were you inspired by these gardening shows? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to share your favorite episode or your favorite gardening shows.
Big Dreams, Small Spaces was my favorite, but it is no longer on Netflix. The French Gardens was pretty boring, even though I like Monty Don. I’ve seen all of Love Your Garden (more than once) and there aren’t any new episodes. I’ve watched Stay Here and Extraordinary Homes, but they aren’t gardening shows. I guess I’ll have to try the Cabin show, but I’m not expecting much. We need more gardening shows!
Agreed! I miss my gardening so I need to live vicariously through people on tv!
PLEASE get some gardening shows!! Just gardening shows,not a garden tacked on to a house design show!!!!!
We’re doing the best we can with what’s available on Netflix! Their line up keeps changing so it’s hard to recommend new shows