Gavin, the lovable tin gardener, appeals instantly to the youngest viewers. The eponymous series is both funny and heart-warming.
Bashful Gavin tends to Sir Byron Bibbins’ charming, country garden with tremendous pride and even more self-discipline. There is just so much to do. Adventure beckons from behind every bush. But Gavin is too conscientious to stray from the garden path and keeps himself busy with the routine chores. His peace is disturbed when tin friend Fien turns up, trailing her crack-pot garden ornaments behind her. The excited bunch just want to have fun in the garden, and they drag poor grumbling Gavin along behind them.
Set against film shots of beautiful English gardens, Gardiner Gavin introduces simple, slapstick tales to the garden foliage.