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.
Sky announced that its new 'Show Me Your Garden' series will be on your screens from 2 January next year. Nathan James Dodd has discovered more information on a programme that promises to explore the nation's most beautiful back gardens and their passionate gardeners.
Acknowledging that there are some stunning, intriguing and perhaps eccentric gardens in Britain and Ireland, created by dedicated enthusiasts, Sky has asked some of these green fingered gardeners to prove that their garden is the best.
Each episode will concentrate on a different region where three gardeners appraise each other's garden. The group will have conflicting ideas as to what makes a great garden, some are traditionalists while others have a more modern approach.
All the gardeners will let us in on one of their gardening secrets and share their skills, giving advice and tips on a variety of gardening techniques in what promises to be an informal and engaging format with clashing styles and tastes.
The winner will be the gardener who proves that their approach to gardening and garden design, whether this is a perfect suburban landscape or a wild garden in the country, will receive £500 and a Golden Trowel.
'Show Me Your Garden' will air on Sky HD weekly at 8.00pm from 2 January 2015.
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