TV gardening guru loves his outdoor canvas prints

8/19/2010 12:08:49 PM
David Domoney, the award winning gardening expert, is well known for his appearances on ITV1’s This Morning, Better Homes, GMTV and 60 Minute Makeover. CanvasRus met with David in Christmas 2008 and he’s been an enthusiastic fan of their waterproof photo prints on canvas ever since (directly incorporating them into his landscape/garden designs).

CanvasRus is proud to have supplied digitally printed photos onto canvas for many of David’s TV gardening projects and also his exhibition work. In March of last year CanvasRus supplied four large-scale sets of Multiple Tiled canvas prints for his Ideal Home Show stand at Earls Court. The images he chose for his three garden designs were Wave for his Oceana Garden, Tropical Blues for his Spherica garden and Pink Bloom for his Geometrica Garden.

David is also the gardening guru for ITV1’s This Morning show. CanvasRus has supplied waterproof canvas photos as the backdrop artwork to David’s sets. These are always colour co-ordinated and seasonal to what he’s planting and working with.

60 Minute Makeover garden designs are always planned to the last detail by David and his team. CanvasRus has even been invited twice to the makeovers to hang their waterproof canvas pictures. Not only are the photos to canvas a great focal point for a garden but they’re also an easy and affordable way to disguise an unsightly wall or fence. David always loves the way you can add extra colour and drama to a landscape design through canvas art.

David’s achievements are too many to explain here but suffice to say he’s gardener to many A and B list’er stars and has won Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show 2009 (plus more than 20 more Royal Horticultural Medals for gardening design). Click here to visit his website and read more on his accomplishments.

Muna wrote:

on 11/29/2015 8:20:41 AM
Hi Ms LovejoyThanks so much for the information I never did prune my lilac but now Im fnelieg empowered to get going on this project Im spending time in my garden this afternoon hoping to tuck everything in safely prior to tomorrows major meteorological event noreasterblizzardhurricane I think Ill tackle the larger trunks after we all make it through the stormRegards

Erwin wrote:

on 11/30/2015 8:07:09 AM
Hi SaraHope all goes well in terms of weather and know that its prttey hard to kill off an established lilac It will undoubtedly come back from pruning just fine Just remember not to take too much in a given year and the root system will generate new growth come springAnn
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