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.
The Grange Elite St Meloir range of garden fence panels and trellis will appear on ITV's 'Love Your Garden' TV show with Alan Titchmarsh, Tuesday 1st July 2014.
Alan Titchmarsh and the team (David Domoney, Frances Tophill and Katie Rushworth) return for a fourth series as they transform unloved spaces into dream gardens.
Tonight Alan comes to the aid of a couple who founded a charity to support bereaved families after the loss of their 23-month-old son.
Claire and Ian Estick have a busy schedule fundraising and running their organisation, meaning their large L-shaped garden has become a confused mix of children's play equipment, a neglected greenhouse and overgrown shrubs and trees.
Alan and the team set about transforming it into four distinct spaces, featuring a kitchen garden and a tranquil seating area, and show viewers how to tackle a towering leylandii hedge
In tonight's episode Alan uses the Grange Elite St Meloir fence panels and trellis (available from GardenSite) in his garden design.
The Elite St Melior Fence Panel is a popular up market garden fencing with a curving bow top inlaid with an attractive trellis section. While the The Elite St Melior Trellis is designed to complement other products in the Elite range of fencing and gates.
GardenSite also sell a wide range of garden fencing and gates for home delivery in mainland UK.
Love Your Garden website
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