Instant Gardener returns to BBC1 this month

Gardening makeover TV series Instant Gardener is back on BBC1 on 30 May.

Helen Skelton and Danny Clarke BBC
Helen Skelton and Danny Clarke BBC

The Instant Gardener, the garden transformation show presented by Helen Skelton and garden designer Danny Clarke, returns for a second series this month.

Each day an unloved garden will be brought back to life using design, recycling and upcycling materials, and re-using the existing plants.

The presenters will help re-build a garden ruined by recent floods, create a sensory play garden for a boy with Down’s syndrome, build a wildlife pond and make a riverside houseboat garden.

Producer: 12 Yard Productions. Executive Producer: Matt Walton; Series Producer: Kerry Richardson.

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