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Recreating Eden - Season 3

Best Lifestyle Program (Episode 4051: The Lost Pears)
Golden Sheaf Awards
Cinematography Overall, Non-Fiction (Episode 26: Touched by Luck)
Blizzard Awards
Best Writing in an Information Program or Series (Episode 34: Gardens in the Sky)
Gemini Awards
Nominee - Best Lifestyle Series (Recreating Eden, Season IV)
Gemini Awards
Nominee - Best Direction in a Lifestyle Series (Episode 4051: The Lost Pears)
Gemini Awards
Best Direction in a Lifestyle Program or Series (Ep 2016 - Garden of the Gods)
Gemini Awards
Nominee - Best Lifestyle/General Interest Series
Gemini Awards
Silver Remi - Best Leisure & Recreation - Film & Video Production
WorldFest Houston Awards
Best Documentary Series
Golden Sheaf Awards

Recreating Eden is the… most compelling biography series on television today.

John Doyle

Globe and Mail

Recreating Eden is the most extraordinary thing. A sumptuous gardening/biography program, it is not just about spectacular gardens around the world. It is also about the lives of the owners.

John Doyle

The Globe and Mail

This series is just too precious to watch once

Donna Dawson

Owner/Publisher of ICANGARDEN.com

Recreating Eden… may be just the tonic needed to survive the last few weeks of early spring deprivation… After four months of bleak, white landscape, the infuse of color is like a drug.

Brian Gorman

Tribune Media

Watch these shows and you will never see the garden in quite the same way again.

Marjorie Harris

Editor-in-Chief, Gardening Life Magazine

...a real winner of a series...really, really, wonderful.

Marjorie Harris

Editor-in-Chief, Gardening Life Magazine.

The spiritual connection with a garden is beautifully explored in the series Recreating Eden

David Hobson

“In the Garden,” The Record

Stunning photography and a lovely tale result in an inspirational half-hour.

Lianne Foulder

Edmonton Journal

A wonderful program...about the spiritual side of creating a garden.

Debbie Hayward

“Gardener’s Notebook,” Yorkton This Week

Little slices of paradise are revealed in a series that steps through the hedge into gardens that have transformed their creators.

Kathy Muldoon

Toronto Star

Recreating Eden is the… most compelling biography series on television today.

John Doyle

Globe and Mail

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The Story

Recreating Eden is a multi-award winning international lifestyle/documentary gardening series that challenges us to dig deeper into our motivation for creating a garden. This is not your average “how-to” gardening program. Each episode is a thoughtful and beautiful portrait, exploring why we garden and how the act of creating one can feed your soul.

Over the course of five seasons and 65 episodes, this series introduces us to a wide variety of diverse gardeners, each one with a fascinating story of their own botanical experiments and creations. These enthusiastic, passionate and sometimes eccentric personalities not only take us on a tour of his or her unique earthly paradise but on a fascinating journey into their personal lives as well.

Shot on location in some of the most inspiring and exclusive private gardens in the world, Recreating Eden has something to inspire any green thumb. From Hawaii to Iceland, Canada to Italy, France to Panama, there is something here for anyone, regardless of how ambitious your own horticultural exploits may be.

Meet the renegade scientists, landscape artists, “horti-sexuals”, renaissance gardeners, rabid lily and orchid enthusiasts, healers, plant hunters and horticultural impresarios that devote their lives to making the world a sweeter, greener place. There is even a real-life Tomato Prince!

Through vivid images of nature and beautiful narration, we are invited to witness how a single plant can elicit memories of the past, is able to heal emotional pain, excite our creative imagination, and most importantly provide us with an example of how the pure beauty of nature can transcend the troubles of our modern world.

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Released:
2004