Guerilla Gardener: New Zealand: Historic Garden, Horticultural Classification and Growing Horizontally Video
Historic Garden, Horticultural Classification and Growing Horizontally

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Guerilla Gardener: New Zealand: Historic Garden, Horticultural Classification and Growing Horizontally (1995)

Episode 2
Only available in Canada, United States
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Grahame visits Bill Menlove and Ben Esquilant's historic New Zealand garden, where they compare gardening to theater.

Next, with horticulturist Tom Thomson Grahame discusses the horticultural classification system used by the Humber Nursery, and they tour some of the nursery's sample plantings.

Then, Tom discusses growing plants horizontally to produce more flowers or fruit.

Grahame Beakhust
Bill Menlove, Ben Esquilant, Tom Thomson
Tracey Fisher and Adrienne Sharp
English

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