GIMA seeks Love Your Garden feedback for Titchmarsh meeting as episode six suppliers revealed

Below is the list of items for the last in the current series to be screened on Tuesday 31 July at 8.00pm on ITV1.

Episode six of Love Your Garden shows Greenfingers creating a memorial garden for a children's hospice.
The main feature was a dry river bed created using Caledonia pebbles and large boulders sourced from a nearby limestone quarry.

GIMA has a meeting with Love Your Garden producers Spun Gold and Alan Titchmarsh this autumn and is gathering trade opinion on the second series, how it compares to the first series, timing content and style and what they think would help improve it as a programme and what needs doing to drive more business into retailers via a third series in 2013.

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Products included:

Water feature made from a stone boulder
Agriframe arbours
Seating made using metal gabions filled with Caledonian pebbles and topped with sedum matting
wooden picnic benches
Outdoor sail shades
Some of the plants featuring are:
Hardy perennial gerberas
Delphinium Magic Fountain Blue Black
Achillea 'Moonshine' and summer pastels
White foxgloves
White Gaura
Grasses Calamagrosis x acutiflora 'karl Foerster'
Echinacea purpurea 'double decker'
Achillea terracotta
Alchemilla mollis
Hemerocallis 'Crimson Purple'
Perovskia
Hemerocallis 'Serena Madonna'
Sedum matrona
Dark purple flower salvia
Helenium Wyndley
Geranium 'Patricia'
Miscanthus 'Morning Light'
Liatris 'Blazing Star'
Pinus nigra
Verbena bonariensis
Buddleja 'Black Knight'
Giant Miscanthus zebrinus
Campanula persicifolia alba
Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve'
Sanguisorba obtusa
Bronze fennel
Knautia macedonica
Persicaria ampelopsis 'Orange Field'
Cornus kesselringii
Cornus alba sibirica
Cornus flavierama
Cornus sanguinea 'midwinter fire'
Betula jacquemontii
Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'


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