The Instant Gardener Series 1: Episode 5

The Instant Gardener Series 1 Episode 5

The Instant Gardener is Danny Clarke Garden Designer, who with the help of Helen Skelton and the Team, show us how to transform a problem garden, on a budget in just 1 day.

This week they are in Bradford, West Yorkshire to see Beverley Finch who lives with her 18 year old son Dale and her elderly Mother Brenda.

When Beverley became a single parent she moved back in with her family when Dale was just 1 years old and Brenda has helped her bring him up.

Love Your Family Garden

Love your Family Garden

Alan Titchmarsh tells us there are millions of ways to transform a garden as he introduces us to this weeks Love Your Garden Themed Special 2020.

In this series Alan is sharing his secrets to his favourite styles of gardens and the twist the Love Your Garden Team have put on each garden they have transformed.

In this weeks episode it is the Family Garden with 3 very different styles.


Love Your English Country Garden

Love your English Country Garden

Alan Titchmarsh introduces us to this series of Love Your Garden Themed Specials 2020.

He starts by saying there are millions of ways to transform your garden whether its a 'wildlife wonderland' a 'family garden'  a 'coastal haven' or 'small but perfectly formed'.

In this series Alan is sharing his secrets to his favourite styles of gardens and the twist the Love Your Garden Team have put on each garden they have transformed.

This week its the English Country Garden and he is showing us 3 very different takes on the theme.

Love Your Garden: Themed Specials 2020

love your garden themed specials

On 1 September 2020 Love Your Garden returned to ITV with a new show and format.

The series consists of some of their favourite gardens from previous series, with each week covering a specific theme.

Alan Titchmarsh introduces us to 3 gardens from previous Series as well as visits to gardens that inspired the design.

Mark Lane

Mark Lane


Mark Lane was born in 1969 in Hertfordshire but he was brought up in Hove near Brighton.

His grandparents had a large garden and he used to help them in the vegetable patch. 

Mark was interested in nature, plants, art and wildlife growing up surrounded by the countryside and the sea.