Just when you were feeling down about the absence of Mary Berry on the upcoming season of The Great British Bake-Off, we’ve got good news: There’s a new (and equally addictive) BBC Bake-Off-esque series to get hooked on, and it’s finally available to stream in the U.S.
It’s called The Great Chelsea Garden Challenge, and in it, six amateur garden designers compete for the ultimate honor—a chance to design and build a garden at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
Some background on the Chelsea Flower Show: It’s kind of a big deal. And it’s hosted by the Royal Horticultural Society, which means Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and HRH Queen Elizabeth II have been known to show up and peep the exhibits from time to time. (No pressure, gardeners.)
OK, so how do you stream it? You’ll need to subscribe to Britbox—aka the Netflix of British TV—for $6.99/month. (Psst, there’s a seven-day free trial that’s perfect for binge watchers. Just saying…)
Just think of the summer gardening inspo.