Garden Rescue sees designers compete to create fabulous gardens for homeowners around the country.

Flo Headlam began filming with Garden Rescue in early May. She will first appear in the seventh series of the programme, alongside Charlie Dimmock and Lee Burkhill, when it airs in 2022. The news comes as Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers have decided to leave the programme, however they will continue to feature in the latest series starting this month.

Headlam was announced alongside two other gardeners to join the series Lee Burkhill and Chris Hull.

Flo Headlam was part of the Gardeners’ World presenting team between 2016-2019, and she has worked as a professional gardener since 2012, after studying general horticulture and garden design.

Flo says: “I am very excited to be joining the Garden Rescue family and am looking forward to adding my horticulture flavour and having some fun with the other designers.

Alex McLeod, Commissioning Editor for BBC Daytime and Early Peak, says: “I am so excited to welcome Lee, Chris and Flo to our Garden Rescue family and I can’t wait for viewers to enjoy their fantastic garden designs. I’d also like to say a big thank you to Harry, David and Arit whose passion and creativity have made the show what it is today.

Juliet Rice, Executive Producer Spun Gold West, says: “Garden Rescue is a pleasure to produce and we are so thrilled to be welcoming some talented new designers to the team.”

Garden Rescue sees designers compete to create fabulous gardens for homeowners around the country. It is a Spun Gold production for BBC Daytime.


New episodes of Garden Rescue will air on BBC One from Monday 24 May at 3.45pm as well as on BBC iPlayer.