Love Your Garden episode five plants and products listed

Episode 5 of the latest series of Love Your Garden features garden make over for a young soidier who was injured in Afghanistan and his wife and family.

The Love Your Garden cast - image: ITV
The Love Your Garden cast - image: ITV

The programme is aired at 8.00pm on Tuesday 24 July and features Alan Titchmarsh and David Domoney.

GIMA supplied the list of plants and products included by programme makers Spun Gold.

Some of the items featuring are:

Jacuzzi hot tub
Table barbecue
Modern shape large plant containers
Composite decking
Outdoor Room
Double level Playhouse
Climbing frames and play equipment
Vegetable beds made from softwood sleepers
Robotic lawnmower
All weather outdoor rattan furniture
Primrose supplied plants featured in containers


Some of the plants featuring are:

Thuja occidentalis 'Emerald'
Cupressus 'Totem Pole'
Bamboo Bambusa bissetii
Ferns including - asplenium trichomanes, Dryopteris affinis cristata, Dryopteris erythrosora prolifica,
White lace cap hydrangea
Salvia May Night (tall dark purple upright spires)
Salvia 'Marble Arch Rose'
Geum (orange flower)
Peruvian lily (orange and yellow flower)
Perennial hardy gerberas
Mediterranean Fan Palms
Arenaria Blizzard
Veronica (pink flower)
Pittosporum 'Irene Paterson'
Pittosporum 'Golf Ball'
Fastigiate yew
Juniperus 'Sky Rocket'
Tree lilies
Stargazer lily
White Cosmos
Hebe
Trachelospernum jasminoides
Herbs around the hopscotch path were Thymus Silver Posie and ground hugger Rauolia australis
Black stemmed dahlias


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