Frosts Landscape Construction is to create the gardens on the next series of ITV’s Love Your Garden show presented by Alan Titchmarsh.
The new series of Love Your Garden, which begins filming in the spring, will help eight deserving families by landscaping their gardens to improve their day-to-day quality of life.
Frosts Landscape Construction, part of the Frosts Group, will be responsible for designing gardens to meet the individual requirements of each chosen family and constructing them. The TV programme follows the process from start to finish and combines social interest with a horticultural and landscaping lilt.
The opportunity of working with horticultural icon Alan Titchmarsh is already creating a real buzz at Frosts. Ken White, managing director of Frosts Landscape Construction, said: “Alan is without doubt one of the most recognisable personalities in horticulture. His passion and support of the industry has been tireless. This will be the group’s first venture into the exciting world of television with its unique set of challenges.”
The Frosts Group is made up of four Garden Centres and Frosts Landscape Construction, which offers a full range of landscape construction and maintenance services to both the commercial and private sectors.
Alan Titchmarsh said: “Frosts are one of the most respected contractors in the country and I look forward to building eight stunning new gardens with them for the new series of Love Your Garden.”
Matt Young, executive producer, said: “Love Your Garden is the most watched gardening programme on television and this year ITV have set us the task of building eight gardens for the primetime series as well as a very different garden for an ITV special that will be broadcast in 2015.
“We are thrilled that Frosts, one of the best landscape contractors in the business, have accepted the challenge. When we met Ken and his team they impressed us immediately with their professionalism, enthusiasm and attention to detail. As Love Your Garden continues to go from strength to strength we look forward to working with them on what we hope will be our best series yet.”