2022-07-02

Angela Scanlon Hosts BBC Gardening Show

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From the makers of Your Home Made Perfect, a new show heading to BBC Two and iPlayer called Your Garden Made Perfect, will use cutting-edge technology and VR (virtual reality) to show owners the true potential of their outdoor areas.

Gardens (however big or small) are seen as extensions of the home – and especially during lockdown, our outdoor spaces have never been so important.

Presented by Angela Scanlon, this six-part series will give viewers inspiration and ideas on how to transform their gardens into the most desirable space in their house.

Homeowners will stand in digital versions of their uninspiring plots, where an extraordinary transformation will take place, revealing spaces that fundamentally improve the way people live.

Your Home Made Perfect presenter Angela Scanlon will also host Your Garden Made Perfect.

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What will happen in each episode of Your Garden Made Perfect?

It follows the same format as Your Home Made Perfect. Competing garden designers (yet to be announced) will go head-to-head to produce their vision of how a neglected outdoor space could be reimagined. The owners must then decide which design to turn into a reality. It’s designer vs. designer as they vie to win the commission and build their garden in real-life, but the ultimate goal is a new garden space that allows the family to live in a way they could previously only dream of.

your garden made perfect, bbc two trailer

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your garden made perfect, bbc two trailer

BBC

‘With the nation having been on lockdown, gardens have never played such an important role. They’ve allowed us to step outside and escape from being confined inside. Your Garden Made Perfect will transform how people use outdoor space, showcasing breathtaking designs that will allow us to all discover the hidden potential that lies just beyond our back door,’ says Kitty Walshe, Joint-Managing Director for Remarkable TV.

Watch the trailer below:

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