Love Your Garden - episode three plants and products list

Alan Titchmarsh and the team were in Barking for Love Your Garden programme three last night (10 July), where they tried to coax 90-year-old Iris back into her garden.

Alan Titchmarsh - image: AT
Alan Titchmarsh - image: AT

David Domoney constructed the perfect pathway, while Katie Rushworth set to work finding a variety of rose which is wildlife-friendly and Frances Tophill created a summer house full of memories.

Plants used in the garden for Love Your Garden - episode three on 10 July 2012

Betula 'Fascination'
Philadelphus virginalis
Euonymous europaeus
Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
Sedum spectabile
Sambucus nigra 'Black Lace'
Cistus purpureous
Hydrangea 'Annabelle'
Gaura lindheimeri
Verbena bonariensis
Campanula carpatica
Stipa tenuissima
Buxus sempervirens
Honeysuckle 'Halliana'

Products used in the garden for Love Your Garden - episode 3

Pastel bird boxes - Wildlife World
Bird baths - Wildlife World
Summerhouse - UK Garden buildings
Slatted cedar fence - Silva Timber
York Stone paving - CED Ltd
Turf - -Lawn
Amalfi Table & Chairs - Hartman UK
Hozelock pot irrigation system
Pond & pond plants - Maidenhead aquatics Metal table & chairs - B&Q Hanging Baskets - Tenax/Laura Ashley
Primrose supplied plants and wooden planters

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