Alan Titchmarsh is one of Britain's best-loved gardeners and television presenters, so it's no surprise that the latest series of his ITV show, Love Your Garden, has gone down a treat with viewers - not to mention his special appearance at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee!
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The programme sees the horticultural expert travel across the country to transform the outdoor spaces of local heroes and deserving individuals into idyllic retreats. But what does Alan's own garden look like? Despite his many years on TV, Alan rarely features it in his shows, but recently gave fans a glimpse inside. Take a look below...
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Alan and his wife Alison live in a gorgeous Grade-II listed Georgian farmhouse in Hampshire, which features a sprawling green space that Alan has spent many years transforming.
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Last year, he virtually opened the gates to his garden for the first time in support of the National Garden Scheme to help raise funds for charities during the coronavirus pandemic. As you would expect from the country's leading gardening expert, Alan's outdoor space is absolutely breathtaking.
Alan has created a beautiful outdoor space at his Hampshire home
Described on the site as a "romantic English garden", it features a beautiful wildflower meadow that provides a haven for bees and other wildlife and magnificent water features, including more than 10 mini waterfalls.
Throughout the garden, roses and topiary are mixed together with ornaments and rare plants to create a picturesque space that seems like it was almost plucked out of the pages of a romance novel.
The garden also has both a large greenhouse and shed
Opening up about his garden on the programme Fifty Shades of Green with Alan Titchmarsh back in 2019, Alan said: "Because it's an old Georgian farmhouse I wanted to create a garden that was to a degree in keeping with it.
"And as with a lot of houses, the best thing to do is to have the formal buts nearer the house and the informal bits further away so I wanted a big terrace going right down one side - and I'm particularly fond of this view. In a way it's the signature view of my garden."
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The expansive garden also has elegant garden sculptures, as well as a greenhouse, which is home to a plethora of plants and vegetables, and a shed full to the brim with Alan's garden tools and accessories. The space is completed with neatly manicured lawns and tree-lined paths.
Speaking about his stunning creation, Alan told the National Garden Scheme: "Our gardens are the ultimate reality – created by man with the help of nature they offer us an anchor in times of turmoil, never more so than this year."
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