More Thatched Gazebos Articles Garden enthusiasts looking to upgrade their green space this year now have a new resource to use for advice.
Starting tonight (April 22nd), Channel 4's The Landscape Man will give horticulture fans hints and tips on creating their ideal outdoor area.
Hosted by former Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) expert Matthew Wilson, the programme has been tipped to be a success.
According to the Times, the 43-year-old is set to prove popular - and not just because of his gardening prowess.
Using words such as "handsome" and "hunky", the newspaper describes Mr Wilson as the "Ted Hughes of the herbaceous border".
After ten years at the RHS, the married father-of-two left to join The Landscape Agency in 2009.
The show follows six large-scale garden projects over a number of months and is described by the Times as a hybrid of Grand Designs, Country House Rescue and The Restoration Man.
Meanwhile, the RHS has revealed that a prestigious Welsh garden attraction is to undergo an independent review of its finances after asking for more cash from the government.
Posted by Gary Carter -
22 April 2010
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