Love Your Garden July 3 show - plants and products revealed

The second edition of the ITV1 series of Love Your Garden to be screened on Tuesday 3rd July at 8.00pm is set to include a range of products and plants.

The presenters of Love Your Garden - image: ITV
The presenters of Love Your Garden - image: ITV

They are:

Plants:

Box hedging                
Standard ‘lollipop’ evergreen trees (Prunus laurocerasus and Ilex crenata)
Small standard ‘lollipop’ bay with twisted stem
Fatsia japonica
Persicaria
Herbs, thyme, yellow thyme, Nepeta
Cardoon
Campanula
Stipa pennata
Stipa tennuissima
Luzula nivea
Stachys byzantina
Lilac
Carex Everest
Lavender stoechas
Lavender Blue Scent
Pimpinella
Various vegetable plants and strawberry plants inter-planted with Tagetes to keep pests at bay
Cordon apple ‘Rosetta’

Products:

Royal Gazebo - M & M Timber
Uni logs - M & M Timber -used to create raised veggie beds
Stainless steel water wall  - Primrose
Lime green fibre glass planters - Primrose
White terrazzo round planters - Primrose
Outdoor bean bags - Great Beanbags
Top Soil - The Scotts Miracle Gro Company
Compost - The Scotts Miracle Gro Company
Curved wooden planters - Wood Blocx
Easy to lay gravel path - Core Gravel
Granite setts - Bradstone  - Part of Aggregate Industries
Bio Ethanol outdoor fire - Smart Fires 

Other suppliers include La Hacienda and Hutton Garden Products


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