Love Your Garden episode four product suppliers revealed

The fourth episode of Love Your Garden aired on 17 July on ITV1.

The Love Your Garden cast - image: ITV
The Love Your Garden cast - image: ITV
Products used were:

Burgon & Ball tools - particularly those for the potting shed
UK Garden Buildings - potting shed and garden building
Hartman UK - Garden furniture
Bradstone - Sandstone Spinning Circle Paving
Grange Fencing - Apollo Pergola
M&M Timber – Fencing and Trellis
Q Lawn - truf
Tenax/Laura Ashley - Obelisks
Primrose supplied plants

 
Plants:

Lavandula Hidcote
Campanula
Hydrangea 'Annabelle'
Delphinium
Agapanthus
Phlox maniculata
Allium giganteum
Pittosporum tenuifolium
Lupins
Geranium
Perovskia atriiplicifolia
Ceanothus
Stachys byzantina
Festuca glauca
Dianthus
Cistus
Sedum
Astrantia
Cotinus coggrygia
Abelia grandiflora
Achillea
Centranthus rubra & alba
Foxgloves
Gaura lindheimeri
Euphorbia characias subsp. Wulfennii
Euonymous europaeus
Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
Vinca major
Sarcocca hookeriana
Fatsia japonica
Berberis thunbergii
Molinia
Lamium
Clematis
Solanum crispum 'Album'
Hemerocallis
Pond plants from Maidenhead aquatics

 


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