Garden Screening, George, Media, TV

Love Your Garden Hazel Hurdles

Last night’s episode of Love Your Garden featured the most ambitious transformation by Alan Titchmarsh and his team yet. They were in Dorset to help young couple Rachel and Andy, who had been struggling with the news of Andy’s terminal cancer. Determined to make the most of their time left together, they wanted to be able to enjoy the garden they’d been unable to work on.

The Love Your Garden team rose to the challenge and created an incredible space for the whole family to play and relax in. They built tunnels and a log tractor for Lucas, the couple’s son, alongside a wooden bar, swinging daybed, and a seating area with a fire globe.

 

To round off the frontier style garden, Alan bordered it with our Papillon hazel hurdles. The hurdles are handwoven from durable hazel wood using sustainable sources. These enhanced the rustic aesthetic and were the ideal, natural-looking fencing the team were searching for.

Watch the full episode to see the finished garden!

George at PrimroseGeorge works in the Primrose marketing team. As a lover of all things filmic, he also gets involved with our TV ads and web videos.

George’s idea of the perfect time in the garden is a long afternoon sitting in the shade with a good book. A cool breeze, peace and quiet… But of course, he’s usually disturbed by his energetic wire fox terrier, Poppy!

He writes about his misadventures in repotting plants and new discoveries about cat repellers.

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Awnings, Cat, TV

Primrose Awning on Love your Garden

Enid and Robbie’s story on ITV’s Love your Garden last night was special. Having been close friends since 1945, they now live together and care for each other. Robbie’s deteriorating eyesight meant that she was unable to even go in their garden and, over time, the weeds took hold. As she’s also suffering from a type of skin cancer, it’s important that any design will have to include a lot of shaded space.

“I want to give them a garden that they can really enjoy together.”

Love your Garden planThe garden was carefully planned to minimise maintenance. The team fixed a dangerous slope and created a lawn-free space.

“It’s got that seaside feel to it.”

The idea of a fragrant flowerbed by the patio filled with chocolate, strawberry, and aniseed scented flowers was inspiring and definitely worth keeping in mind when planning to change a section in the garden. It’s not always just the looks that matter!

Primrose Awning on Love your Garden 2We were honoured to have been chosen to provide one of our half cassette awnings to help shade Robbie from the sun whilst still being able to enjoy her garden from the comfortable furniture set.

As it is electrically operated, it means that Enid can very easily open and close it. Plus the fabric blocks over 98% of harmful UV rays which is ideal for people with sensitive skin or skin conditions.

Sit down and relax!

You can see the full episode here.

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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Cat, Heated Clothing, Media, TV

Heated Socks on ITV's This Morning

We’re providing you with the perfect solution to keep your feet warm this winter with our heated socks, featured on ITV’s This Morning today as the perfect way to beat the rising energy costs!

Our range of 70+ heated clothing products starts at just £4.95 and includes:

If you’ve missed them, take a look on itvplayer – the socks are from 03:45 onwards!

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

See all of Cat’s posts.