Charlie Dimmock returned to our screens last week with Garden Rescue and Nathan James Dodd has been catching up on what has been happening in this latest garden transformation programme.
Britain's Best Back Gardens was a three part series from January 2015 on ITV with Alan Titchmarsh. Nathan James Dodd watched as top amateur gardeners from all over the country were featured.
Presented by Alan Titchmarsh, marking the 50th year of his career, he visited 'horticultural heroes' throughout the British Isles.
400 applications and nominations were received and the thirty chosen locations reflected what gardens and gardening mean to the country as a whole.
One of the very best was judged to be Gardensite customer Maureen Allen's Walsall garden. She's self taught and has been gardening for twenty years. Her garden was put forward by the National Gardens Scheme which raises money for the Macmillan Cancer charity.
The hour long programmes showed backyards that had been transformed into superb landscapes, and included outrageous creations as well as beautiful vistas.
Represented was an array of gardens, displayed in their pristine prime, they were works of art, fantastic and fun, even feats of engineering expertise.
No garden was too big or small, a place was found for the grand and opulent alongside others that were small but perfectly formed.
With only a few months' training under her belt, GardenSite's own Flori Bosnigeanu took part in this year's Great Birmingham Run, raising over £500 for the city's Children's Hospital.
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