Chris Beardshaw Chelsea Flower Show garden to feature on BBC DIY SOS

Garden designer Beardshaw's Morgan Stanley 2016 show garden is being installed at London's Great Ormond Street and will be broadcast on a BBC 1 TV show.

On BBC DIY SOS Big Build on 10 November at 8pm, the DIY SOS team join forces with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show as Nick Knowles and the team transport Chris Beardshaw’s gold medal winning Morgan Stanley garden across London and crane it over buildings and rebuild on the hospital's roof top.

Great Ormond Street Hospital has no private outside space, so the DIY SOS team and Beardshaw have built the roof top garden.


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