Garden Angels

About the Show

About the Show

Garden Angels is a brand new 12-part practical gardening series. Presented by three well known and eminently qualified horticulturalists Melissa King (Battle Fronts and Gardening Australia), Jody Rigby (Backyard Blitz and The Outdoor Room) and Linda Ross (Better Homes and Gardens and radio show, The Garden Clinic) our Garden Angels will help you bring the confidence you feel inside your home… out into the garden. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or simply want ideas and inspiration this brand new series will show you how to get out into your garden, get your hands dirty and start growing. It will be the complete garden guide – taking you through everything that needs to be done in the garden, no matter what part of Australia your in.

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Posted by Anne-Maree25Report
My best friend is a single mum living in Melbourne. She has done a wonderful job on her own raising her beautiful 19 year old daughter Maddie.
On November 14th 2013 Maddie was in a terrible car accident, seeing her & 3 of her friends spending months in hospital and having to learn to walk all over again. Maddie was in her first year of a paramedics course at uni, a career she has longed to do since seeing her first ambulance as a child. The accident has permanently damaged her legs, and although she can walk now, she will never be able to run. Paramedics is a tough course to get in to & you have to be fit & able bodied. She will never fulfill her dream as a paramedic and as a result is very depressed.
Maddie loves to entertain her friends. Her mother, already stretched financially, is considering extending the mortgage on her home to build an entertainment area & makeover her back yard to accommodate a sound proof party area for Maddie & her friends. She works sometimes 12 hours per day & with Maddie unable to work she can not afford such renovations.
I would love to see her & Maddie have their dream back yard. This is the most worthy of cases. Please help me help her.
Posted by Sonia41Report
My partner and I just bought a 1960's house it's our first home together I've been working on our overgrown garden since we bought the house. we have a massive leaf problem. We both work full time and know it's first world problems but would love it if u can help with making my garden beautiful.
Posted by Report
ARGUE ARGUE, my wife and I have a completely blank canvas on 1500 sq house and block. We want the pool and stuff but we cannot decide what and or who to do it.
Help us through this please. Love some inspiration regards Neil
Posted by Report
Garden Angels,
Help please! We have no garden and what lawn we have is full of bindies.We are a family of six.One of our daughters was born with blounts disease and has had three surgerys so far.At the moment has an external brace.We live in mackay and have to travel alot to see her doctors at the royal childrens hospital in brisbane.Would love to make a beautiful garden for our little angels.
Posted by Bev666Report
We are planning a wedding and looking at the possibility of having the ceremony at home, which we would love- just one problem - the garden! It is a large garden and on a slope so when it rains the mud just washes down. We have tried some ideas but all have failed in making the garden look anything like attractive. We live in a beautiful part of the state and it would be a shame not to consider getting married at home. It would be fantastic just to have a design to follow as we are both novices when it comes to gardening. Just organising enough for the ceremony would be enough for now- we can work on the rest later. Any suggestions on this would be really appreciated and I can send photos. Thanks
Posted by DianaReport
Hi Angels, I need help planning my garden. I have two little dogs who love to sun themselves by sitting in the garden on top of any plants that may be there. I only have a small area as I life in a duplex. I would like somewhere for them to enjoy the outdoors without destroying the plants. I would also like to have a small veggie patch and somewhere I could sit and enjoy my garden. I don't know enough about plants to plant them in the right spot and what would do well. Its all a bit higgledy piggledy at the moment. Could you please help. Thank you. regards Diana
Posted by Report
Been trying to log in / register so I can leave a comment but having difficulty as each time I press onto log in / register cersor just goes back to the top of page!
Posted by Report
E-mailing you from the South Coast of NSW in the hope that you might be able to help me with your expertise. Have a small rear courtyard which consists of some very weedy looking grass, a row of sterling trees accross the back fence plus a garden shed. My aim is to remove the grass & replace with some garden beds, high raised vegy garden, steeping stones, water centre piece & a slat wall to hide the shed. I would love to create a little haven for my beautiful husband who has an incurable illness, for him to be able to sit, relax & just enjoy as he no longer has the capacity to work the garden. Thank you.
Posted by Report
G'Day Angels, I live on a right of way with about 10 other homes. The right of way is where all the local children Play. In the middle of the right of way is a nature strip that all the neighbours try to maintain. Last weekend we began to clear an overgrown section and uncovered an old in ground fish pond. We have been told by one of the senior neighbours that it used to have gold fish in it. We would like to bring back the pond and the garden area surrounding it so the kids can have a play area. Is this something you guys would be interested in making over? Cheers Luke
Posted by Jenny596Report
Hello Angels, I have a brand new beautiful home but it looks like a construction site from the outside as we have an open canvas for our backyard. The house is stunning but I need ideas for the yard! I would love a garden make over from someone who knows what they are doing, as my husband and I have no idea... We have two children and I would like to have a yard that entices them to play outdoors, especially with the warmer weather coming our way. The backyard has lots of potential however it is very overwhelming when you haven't got much experience. Please can you help me...