Wrekin was asked by the series’ producers if they could help Alan and his team to completely redesign the garden of Bolton resident Caroline Hall. The results of the project were broadcast on ITV1 on Tuesday 19 July.
Animal lover Caroline was an RSCPA Inspector until a spinal stroke left her with severe nerve damage. Today, Caroline helps others who have spinal injuries, but her disability has made it hard for Caroline to look after her 131 foot-long garden. Alan stepped in to create a beautiful zoned garden where a path zig-zags past vegetable beds, a potting shed and a play area for Caroline’s rescue dogs.
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Turf Mesh was used for all grassy areas of the garden. It provides ground reinforcement and protection so that Caroline’s visitors – many of whom use wheelchairs – can travel over the grass without damage to the turf.
The Weedstoppa provides a robust layer wherever trees, bushes or flowers have been planted, helping to maintain the garden’s enviable look and minimising the risk of weeds breaking through.