Your Garden Made Perfect has debuted on BBC Two for its first-ever series and fans are loving it so much that they want to sign up for the show.
Your Garden Made Perfect has taught viewers how to completely transform their gardens with advice from the four garden experts. Many fans now want to be part of the next series.
Avid watchers of Your Home Made Perfect have been fast to tune into the programme as Angela Scanlon is the presenter on both shows.
Read on to find out how to sign up for Your Garden Made Perfect and feature on the show!
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How do you apply for Your Garden Made Perfect?
- To apply for Your Garden Made Perfect, you usually apply online through the Remarkable Garden’s website. However, the most recent series has already been filmed and the deadline was on the 24th June 2020.
So be sure to keep your eyes peeled on this website to see when applications are open for the following episode. If you are hoping to apply for the upcoming series then it is helpful to know exactly what the casting directors are looking for so here are some tips:
They want people who believe that there is a huge amount of potential in their plot and want to take a massive leap into transforming their lives. They also are looking for people who have a budget set-aside and have been considering switching-up their landscape for the better.
The series is produced by Remarkable Television and airs on BBC 2. On the show, there will be competing designers who will use state-of-the-art virtual reality technology to show designs for your new garden. Once you have picked your favourite design, your dreams will become a reality!
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Successful candidates who have taken part in the series will have the joy of working alongside one of the garden designers, either, Manoj Malde, Tom Massey, Pip Propert and Helen Elks-Smith. Each week two of the designers will compete to create someone’s dream garden.
The host Angela Scanlon, explained why now was the perfect time to release a programme like Your Garden Made Perfect: “With the lockdown situation, there’s been a real shift in people’s minds around how much they value their outdoor space,” Angela revealed.
“Often people will have gardens that are unused and, what we want to do, is turn that space into an extra room in the house. So, like Your Home Made Perfect, there’s lots of zoning of areas and working out what people want, how they want to live, and then applying those principles to their garden.”
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