Alan Titchmarsh reveals his recommended plants for any garden
Saucer-shaped flowers that start off white and, in time, turn pink. They are happy in partial shade. Available from crocus.co.uk.
This evergreen looks great when trimmed into a ball shape, and grows well in a shady position. Available from hedging.co.uk.
This magenta-pink double rose is very fragrant. It only flowers once in June or July, but its worth the wait. Available from apuldramroses.co.uk.
Great for ground cover, its easy to maintain and the flowers make great cuttings for your home. Available from plantswholesale.co.uk.
The slow-growing evergreen leaves of this shrub create the perfect backdrop, and their dark foliage is ideal for winter. Available from hedgenursery.co.uk.
This pretty pink flower is in bloom from May till October and loves a full sun position. Available from penlanperennials.co.uk.
With its blue-grey leaves, this statuesque plant produces white flowers from June till August. Available from buckingham-nurseries.co.uk.
This tulip is self-supported and lasts up to three weeks when it flowers in May. Available from crocus.co.uk.
These spring flowers suit a small garden or flowerbed, and wont fall over once in full bloom. Available from pottertons.co.uk.
Perfect for edging borders or clipped into shape for the winter.