The Private Life of Plants is a BBC nature documentary series written and presented by David Attenborough
Using time-lapse photography this episode examines the ways in which plants travel from place to place in search of a new area to grow in.
1/6 • 1995 • Nature
This episode examines how plants either share environments harmoniously or compete for dominance within them. It looks at the ways in which plants have to fight to survive, using any means available, be it excessive growth, capitalizing on disaster or even courting.
4/6 • 1995 • Nature
The fifth programme explores the alliances formed between the animal and plant worlds. It examines the ways in which plants live together and rely on each other. Whether living together in harmony, relying on each other for homes, protection or food, or living off each other, by strangling or otherwise destroying each other in a bid to survive.
5/6 • 1995 • Nature
We look at the ways in which plants have adapted to survive in the harshest climates on Earth. Whether in the driest, hottest deserts or the coldest Arctic wastes, plants have come up with some ingenious ways of surviving, including eating animals and actually caring for their offspring.
6/6 • 1995 • Nature