Gardening suppliers sought for Alan Titchmarsh ITV show

Alan Titchmarsh's new ITV gardening show, Love Your Garden (12 parts from 12 June at 8pm) is looking for gardening suppliers.

Alan Titchmarsh - image: B&Q
Alan Titchmarsh - image: B&Q
Trade bodies GIMA, ALIC and TV producers Spun Gold TV have linked to find suppliers for the first five episodes will be filmed on locations including Swansea, Wolverhampton and Berkshire.

As reported in Horticulture Week (11 February) the programme aims to encourage viewers to buy some of the elements they see.

Products required include

  • summerhouses,
  • lawn edges and kerbs,
  • ferns and Hostas,
  • wildlife products including bumble bee and hedgehog homes, bird feeders and food,
  • rose arches and obelisks rambler and climbing roses,
  • water features,
  • pots,
  • wildflower/meadow seed,
  • gooseberries,
  • topiary balls and instant hedges,
  • gravels and paddle stones,
  • tables and chairs,
  • ornamental grasses,
  • hammocks,
  • bird tables
  • and sculptures.
Contact or GIMA.

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