Delta Sensory Gardens are featuring on RTE 1 TV as one of thirty two Gardens around Ireland to feature in the upcoming HOME GROWN series. We were thrilled that Delta Sensory Gardens was chosen as one of many fantastic gardens around the country to feature in Series 2. HOME GROWN Series 2 starts on RTE 1 TV with Episode 1 on Wednesday the 14th of February at 8:30pm and Delta Sensory Gardens features in Episode 7 on Wednesday the 27th of March RTÉ One at 8:30pm. Mark Boland, Series Producer of “Home Grown” Series 2 and Director of Scéal Creative Ltd, working on behalf of InProduction TV for RTÉ commented “We really enjoyed working with everyone in Delta Sensory Gardens on your segment and I must say that I am extremely proud of this series and excited for the Irish gardening public to see the programme.” Trevor Gillespiellespie, Project Manager of Delta Sensory Gardens commented “We were delighted to hear that the production company were very happy with the outcome, and we are looking forward to watching the series every Wednesday for the next couple of months. We will gather Delta Sensory Garden and Café Thyme staff and Delta employees, management, board members, service users and families together on the 27th of March to enjoy watching our segment in Episode 7”. “We were extremely fortunate that filming day was one of the few days the sun shone last July and host Kitty Scully, the camera and production crew were extremely professional and supportive of us amateurs in front of a camera”, Trevor commented. Mark explained that “Bord Bia (the show sponsors) will be sending out videos – a series promo to promote the series and your involvement over coming weeks which will include a brief description of what is “COMING UP” in each episode.” “It was great to be able to feature some amazing horticulture stories from all over Ireland and promote this wonderful industry”, he said. Trevor finished with “Put Wednesday the 27th of March at 8:30pm in your diaries for Episode Seven on RTÉ One TV to see how Delta Sensory Gardens has developed and matured as a visitor attraction in Carlow over the last 20+ years.”