Question: Who Pays For The Plants On Love Your Garden?

Are there any garden shows on HGTV?

There are currently no shows about gardening or organization.

I used to love the Design on a Dime concept, but that show went away.

So while it’s nice to watch flip shows hosted by sweet couples, the truth is I’ll never flip a house.


if HGTV provided shows about gardening, I would benefit from that..

Who pays for the plants on Love Your Garden 2019?

The entire build is paid for by ITV, including relocation for the families. We are given a budget to work to and it is really helped by supplier companies who rally to the cause and provide their products for free. This is similar to DIY SOS, where suppliers pitch in to help deserving families for free.

Who sponsors love your garden?

HomebaseMilton Keynes, UK: 25 February 2020: Homebase, one of the UK’s leading home improvement and garden retailers, has partnered with ITV to sponsor its popular gardening show, Love Your Garden.

How many seasons love your garden?

11Love Your GardenOriginal languageEnglishNo. of series11No. of episodes81Production14 more rows

How old is Alan Titchmarsh?

71 years (May 2, 1949)Alan Titchmarsh/Age

How do I apply for Alan Titchmarsh love your garden 2020?

Alan Titchmarsh Love Your Garden 2020: ApplyYou must be at least 18 years of age.Be a legal resident and currently living in the UK.Include a recent photograph of yourself or the person you are applying for.The garden you would like made over.

How do you apply for love your garden?

If you are looking to have your own or someone else deserving’s garden transformed, you can head to the Love Your Garden website where they have a ‘How to Apply’ page. You can fill out the form for yourself or your nominee and either email it to [email protected] or send it by post.

What day is love your garden on?

TuesdayYou can watch the new series of Love Your Garden every Tuesday on ITV.

Is Harry from love your garden still alive?

Inspirational Harrison Torr, 15, died last month after being given just months to live back in April 2019 after a shock diagnosis. Harrison thought he had broken his ankle until scans showed he can a cancerous tumour in his bone.