Get those green fingers ready as Alan Titchmarsh begins on the next batch of gardens to get a makeover.
The eleventh season of Love Your Garden is due to give hopeful applicant’s gardens a fresh, new look.
Gardens that deserve the most attention will be transformed by the man himself.
As the series draws nearer, the excitement builds and we take a deeper look at what you need to do to get onto the show.
If you love your garden but you just don’t have the time or struggle to give it that special touch, why not apply for someone else to do it for you?
Let’s take a look at how to apply for Alan Titchmarsh’s Love Your Garden in 2020…
Love Your Garden: What makeover will my garden get?
From a quick look at the changes made in the previous series, you can expect an impressive result if you’re to be chosen for a Love Your Garden makeover. All eight episodes did wonders for the inspirational locations throughout the UK in 2019.
From the first to the final episodes, makeovers were seen in the shape of walled gardens, moon gardens, representing all kinds of things such as the journey of discovery and pushing boundaries.
Love Your Garden showcases the healing power that nature brings when gardens are recreated, bringing joy and tranquillity to those who enjoy them most.
We are in for a treat judging from the impressive transformations made in the last series.
By the looks of things, the 2020 series is gearing to be even better and gardens set for a makeover like no other.
Here are some more pictures from last nights episode. Love Your Garden will take a short hiatus but we will be returning very soon! We hope you've enjoyed this season so far 🌿🌼 Remember to go to our website for all info from the last 4 episodes ❤️ https://t.co/AvdrxhvV1m pic.twitter.com/FoaXzMc5gH
— LoveYourGarden (@LoveYourGarden2) March 18, 2020
Alan Titchmarsh Love Your Garden 2020: Apply
First of all, you need to download and fill out the application form here.
To have the best chance of getting onto the show, make sure to fill out the entire form, in full.
To make sure you qualify. Here are some of the requirements:
- You must be at least 18 years of age.
- Be a legal resident and currently living in the UK.
- Include a recent photograph of yourself or the person you are applying for.
- The garden you would like made over.
Just make sure to fill out all the information correctly on the application form to ensure you qualify.
The cut-off date for applications is February 1st 2021 – if you are posting your application make sure it arrives by February 1st!
You never know, your garden could be next on the list to see that exciting change.
Gardens for people with limited mobility
Alan Titchmarsh is no stranger to helping people with limited mobility in transforming their gardens.
In an episode based in Swindon, Lorraine, an ex-service woman, struggled with mobility issues due to a spinal injury.
Lorraine has two magnificent dogs that help her in day to day activities. A garden that they can all enjoy was a wonderful addition to their home.
This space was transformed into a low-maintenance, calm atmosphere for her and her beloved pets to enjoy.
A beautiful garden is a fantastic way to relieve stress and give you that feeling of freedom outdoors.
Your garden could be changed to make your life less stressful but you will never know if you don’t apply!
Here at Guardian, we help people with limited mobility inside and outside the home through our wide range of stairlifts.
You can get in contact with us here if you want to find out more about the stairlifts we offer.