The Queen's Garden
S1 E1 - 55m 53s
With permission from her Majesty the Queen, this program reveals a year in Buckingham Palace Garden, exploring the history and the natural history of this remarkable hidden royal treasure right in the heart of London.
Extras + Features
Every year, the Queen hosts a small number of prestigious garden parties to thank people who have contributed to the community, country and commonwealth. These parties are part of the garden's cycle of life. Premieres 1/11 at 10 pm ET. Check local listings.
The Queen's Bees
The Queen's bees live in four wooden palaces on the island in the lake at Buckingham Palace Gardens. The bees find a supply of top quality nectar along the herbaceous border along the lake in the gardens, helping them produce honey. Premieres 1/11 at 10 pm ET. Check local listings.
With permission from the Queen, this program reveals a year in Buckingham Palace Gardens, uncovering a wonderland with a five century history, an urban oasis of wildlife where the Queen grew up and a ‘living museum’ where almost every plant (and some of the animals) have a royal story to tell.
The Rose Garden
Within the Rose Garden there are 25 flower beds, each home to a different variety of rose. Some of the beds are a hundred-years old. A newer variety, The Royal William, was created for the birth of the Duke of Cambridge. Premieres 1/11 at 10 pm ET. Check local listings.
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