Bid For A Dream Garden Re-DesignPosted on: 09 June 2008 by Gareth Hargreaves
A charity auction site is offering garden enthusiasts the chance to have a personal garden re-design by Chelsea Flower Show star, Rachel de Thame.
Did you watch The Chelsea Flower show with envious eyes, wishing that your garden could look like those featured? Well here's your chance to make that dream a reality. Charity auction website Buy Once Give Twice has a fantastic auction lot that would delight any horticultural fan - a garden re-design by Chelsea Flower Show star Rachel de Thame.
Rachel de Thame is one of television's most well known and respected gardeners, working as part of the BBC Gardener's World team. She filmed her own series, Small Town Gardens, and has also presented Hampton Court and Chelsea.
As part of The Chelsea Flower Show 2008, Rachel designed the L K Bennett Garden, which was featured in the Urban Gardens section.
Rachel has also written several gardening books: Small Town Gardens, A Hundred Star Plants and Gardening with the Experts, as well as writing articles for various newspapers and magazines.
This great lot, donated directly by Save The Baby Unit, gives the winning bidder a unique garden re-design, along with invaluable advice and information about how to make the most of the planting scheme that is created for you.
How To Bid
What do you need to do to get this fantastic chance to achieve the garden of your dreams? Go to www.buyoncegivetwice.co.uk/lots/rachel_garden to get in on the action, and give to kindly to charity. Bidding ends at 11am on 18th July 2008.
Buy Once Give Twice works by reselling previously bought, but unclaimed, charity auction lots. By reselling them this gives the charity a second chance to raise funds from the lot.
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