THETFORD, England, August 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Ever wondered where celebrity gardeners go to find the best turf? Well, the answer is Q Lawns, the expert team devoted to producing and supplying turf that is fit for the screen.
The camera never lies when it comes to the quality of turf and that's why the producers behind Alan Titchmarsh's show 'Love Your Garden' have chosen Q Lawns to provide them with the turf they need for their forthcoming new series.
'Love Your Garden' is ITV's flagship gardening programme featuring one of the best-loved faces on British TV, Alan Titchmarsh. Everyone's favourite green-fingered presenter will be demonstrating how people at home can make the most of their outdoor spaces, transforming them into stunning retreats using techniques in landscaping and planting.
The Q Lawns team has been selected to provide the turf that will help Alan get the best results.
Q Lawns have been growing high quality garden turf in perfect conditions in the Norfolk countryside for more than 20 years and their reputation for professionalism, customer care and expertise has won plaudits from all corners of the UK. TV bosses couldn't fail to notice Q Lawns in their search for respected turf suppliers.
The team grows its turf in nutrient rich earth before delivering it with great care, giving Alan every opportunity to create diverse and creative landscapes in the garden.
Of course, all the products supplied by Q Lawns for the show are available to customers who want to improve their own gardens, as well as to commercial clients in charge of green spaces.
Those tuning in to the new series of 'Love Your Garden' are set to get a fabulous preview of how Q Lawns products may affect their horticultural pursuits. If it seems like the grass is greener for the celebs, that's probably because it is!
About Q Lawns
Q Lawns is a division of Shrubhill Farms Limited, a large farming enterprise established in 1942. The team has a great deal of experience in growing quality grass turf and its operations boast 1,000 acres of cultivation. Visit the website at http://www.qlawns.co.uk.
SOURCE Q Lawns