TV show looking to give your garden a makeover

Ealing Times: How does your garden grow? If it's like this, there could be help at hand How does your garden grow? If it's like this, there could be help at hand

IS your garden out of control? Have your plants seen better days?

Would you like to have your garden redesigned by an award-winning gardener as part of a new TV show?

A TV production company is on the lookout for neglected gardens that can be transformed as part of a documentary series.

It will consider all shapes, styles and conditions – and is concentrating its search on the Ealing and Hillingdon areas.

The show will be led by award-winning garden designer Alan Gardner.

He has won awards at Chelsea, Tatton Park and Hampton Court shows and attributes his unique perspective to his Asperger syndrome, which has given him a heightened understanding of complex patterns and shapes.

Alan is interested in any type of garden up to around 70 feet in length, from urban roof terraces to cottage gardens, overgrown lawns to bare patches of dirt. The gardens must be in need of a full re-design and available during late summer 2014. Homeowners should be open to being on television.

Selected clients will only need to contribute to the cost of raw materials at trade price, though this is a fraction of the cost a project like this would normally involve.

If you are interested, get in touch with the casting team on 0207 9070875 (Hannah) or 0207 2900210 (Adam).

Or email gardening@betty.co.uk with your name and phone number.

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