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Beards not only give the bearded iris its name, they help guide pollinators to will create a rainbow of breathtaking hues in your mid- to late-spring garden. Standards: The three upper iris petals that stand at attention, curving to meet garden, bareroot perennials are kept in the ground in our nurseries until fully dormant. About TV 8 The nation's first educational television station, TV 8 is public they learn how all waterways are connected, and also meet up with a new special friend A (un)historic gathering of 22, people occurs in "A Night at the Garden. View the daily schedule and tune in to award-winning Original Series, hit movies, action-packed sports and more. Harry and Sally meet on a trip to New York after graduating. All Access in order to find a future - all the while trying to outmaneuver the scores of cops, Gardner Elliot is the first human born on Mars.

In other words, you can pay for a single cable box in the living room while streaming episodes of The Americans or Mr. Robot to your streaming box, smartphone, or tablet for free. Reducing the number of cable boxes, while still being able to watch most programming, could save you a decent amount every month. The first of these apps was introduced by Time Warner Cable and then spread to former Charter and Bright House subscribers when the three merged into Spectrum in You might also be able to save by bundling your TV and Internet subscriptions: After a recent move, one of the authors of this guide, Chris Heinonen, discovered that with his new Internet provider, it was cheaper to get Internet service bundled with TV than without.

However, once Chris added the cost of multiple cable boxes and DVR service, those savings disappeared. This setup lets them start and finish shows on any TV, and it offers more flexibility than any cable box would. Robot, The Americans, and more directly to his iPhone and various media streamers. You can likely also get a lower rate a promotional rate by starting a new cable contract.

Cutting the Cord: Alternatives to Cable and Satellite TV

Although no one likes being tied to a contract, it does reduce your bill. And you may not need to be a new customer to get a new contract: Try calling your cable company and asking about a reduced rate in exchange for a single-year contract.

Similarly, as nice as having plus channels at your fingertips can be, many people spend the majority of their TV time watching just a few select stations. See if your provider offers a less expensive package that has the stations you want. Plus ideas for last-minute Christmas presents and a look at 's changes at RHS Garden Wisley How to help winter wildlife, unusual street trees and are glittered plants a crime against nature?

Author Paul Wood discusses the past, present and future of street trees, and shares some of his discoveries of the more unusual botanical residents of our towns and cities.

Meanwhile back at RHS HQ, our magazine team debates the pros and cons of the 'novelty' plants - painted, bejewelled with glitter and more - that seem to pop up everywhere at this time of year. Rosemoor under the spotlight Ep From delightful cottage gardens to orchards, vegetables and peaceful woodland plantings, there's something for everyone, at any time of year. Join us as we go behind the scenes, meeting the people who make it all happen and uncovering the garden's history along the way.

Weird, wild and wonderful - urban gardens as you've never seen them Ep Plus a delve into dahlias and gardening advice on preventing pot plants suffering in summer heat, what to do with an abundant grape harvest and smaller, slug-resistant sunflowers.

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New shoots - growing the next generation of gardeners 12 Oct The RHS Campaign for School Gardening touches the lives of hundreds of thousands of children throughout the UK, providing children with gardening opportunities to enhance their skills while boosting their development and wellbeing. We meet the people behind the campaign as well as the winners of its recent School Gardening Awards.

Celebrating homegrown produce and seasonal GYO advice Ep Plus the Garden Advisors discuss banishing an over-enthusiastic Virginia creeper and growing cut flowers for a wedding. Gardening for good, repairing lawns, tips on growing dahlias, roses, damsons and more Ep Plus our Gardening Advice team gather to untangle a postbag bulging with horticultural heartaches including questions on dahlias, damsons, roses, hydrangeas, sweetcorn and more.

Get RHS cash to fund your gardening adventure, a Wisley walkabout, helping hedgehogs and more Ep Have you ever dreamed of travelling to distant lands to see and study plants in their native habitats? Or perhaps you'd like to grow your knowledge in other ways? An RHS bursary may be able to help. Past recipients share their stories of travels to Portugal and the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.

Closer to home, Matt Pottage gives an update on the latest in RHS Garden Wisley's multimillion-pound redevelopment, we head to Harlow Carr for tips on helping hedgehogs. In this episode we meet the gardeners who share their favourite plants and parts of the most northerly RHS Garden.

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Behind the scenes science, Wisley dahlia competition and what to do about wasps Ep We head behind the scenes at Wisley to find out what RHS scientists are studying in their ongoing work to keep our beloved garden plants safe and healthy.