Garden Rescue returned for its sixth season on BBC One, airing every weekday at 3.45 pm.

The BBC series always makes viewers envious of the garden transformations who wonder how they can get a garden like those on the telly in their own home!

So are they taking applications for Garden Rescue 2021?

Here’s everything you need to know about joining Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers!

Garden transformation, S4 E2.

Garden Rescue 2021: Applications

Garden Rescue is currently taking applications for its upcoming series by heading to the BBC Shows Take Part website.

The BBC show has posted that they are looking for applicants 18 years and above, with £3,000 available to spend on their garden.

BBC previously stopped filming and production of the series last year following the Covid-19 outbreak. In a Twitter post, the show explained:

“Like many TV productions, Garden Rescue is currently on hold. We are hoping to resume production later in the year. In the meantime, applications are currently closed. We are however hoping to make a couple of exciting announcements over the coming weeks so watch this space!”

How do you apply for Garden Rescue?

The application process can be done through the programme’s website on BBC, as Charlie Dimmock and the team will be making a return next year for more garden transformations.

You will have to download the application form and fill in the details, which will require applicants to provide photos of their garden.

The closing date for applications is January 31st 2022.

People can also write to the Garden Rescue team at the address below:

Garden Rescue
PO Box 74250

Garden Rescue

Garden Rescue: Requirements

We can confirm you’ll have to be over the age of eighteen and a permanent UK resident to apply, with £3,000 to spare.

Sadly, the garden transformation will have to be done out of your own pocket… So only apply if you’ve been saving up for your dream garden!

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Has Charlie Dimmock left the series?


Charlie has not been sacked from the BBC and her absence from any Garden Rescue episode has no deeper meaning than the simple fact that she was away at the time of filming.

Arit Anderson will stand in for Charlie at times and she joins the Garden Rescue team from BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World.

The new presenter is an award-winning garden designer, writer and TV presenter and you can follow her on Instagram under @diamondhill2012.



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