Your Garden Made Perfect episode 4 2022: Agata and David live in Benfleet, Essex. They were initially attracted to their lovely new family home because of its massive garden. They thought it would be an ideal space for their autistic son Franik to enjoy being outside. However, they soon found that the size and awkward L-shape of the garden made it difficult to keep an eye on him. They are constantly concerned that Franik could hurt himself. The garden is now a source of stress for Agata and David instead of the haven of calm they hoped for. Now, with a new baby daughter, this family is more desperate than ever to transform this giant space into one that can be full of happiness and relaxation.
Stepping up to help are award-winning garden designers Helen Elks-Smith and Manoj Malde. Helen is interested in unifying this massive plot so it doesn’t feel so intimidating, whilst Manoj is inspired by the natural woodland around the back of the space. Using virtual reality, both designers pitch their radically different approaches. Helen wows with an incredible vision of colour and texture, bringing planting right up to the house, while Manoj focuses on giving the family clearly defined zones for day and night. Both visions are brought to life in the virtual world, allowing Agata and David to step inside two versions of the garden. Either garden would be a perfect fit, but which will the couple choose?
Your Garden Made Perfect episode 4 2022
During lockdown one, two and now, three, most of us have been forced to confront the state of our gardens. The limp area of greenery beyond our back doors has become a sanctuary, a place to venture into when the four walls of our home become too much.
In this spin-off series from Your Home Made Perfect, award-winning garden designers compete against each other, hoping their designs will be chosen by the prospective client. To help win their clients over the designers use impressive virtual reality technology, showing us what the future garden will look like.
For viewers who don’t have a huge budget to transform their lacklustre gardens, Joel Bird, a garden designer with a background in carpentry, teaches us ingenious low-cost hacks that will spruce up any outdoor space.
Following on from the innovative series Your Home Made Perfect, Angela Scanlon returns with this show that offers the same hi-tech makeover technology to outdoor spaces. First up are Demi and Laura from Hertfordshire, who lead a busy family life, meaning they haven’t had time to deal with their lacklustre, L-shaped plot. Garden designers Helen Elks-Smith and Manoj Malde pitch for the chance to redesign the site – demonstrating what they would do with virtual reality presentations that put the couple right at the heart of their new, improved outdoor havens. But which one will they choose?