A floral designer working at Chatsworth is reprising his role as a judge on a BBC show.
Jonathan Moseley is returning for the second series of the BBC’s Big Allotment Challenge, which had its first episode last night.
The competition, again hosted by Fern Britton, runs for six weeks and puts gardening amateurs to the test through a series of challenges to grow fruit, vegetables and flowers, make impressive floral arrangements and cook preserves made from their produce.
Mr Moseley, whose work featured in the 2012 BBC One documentary A Year in the Life of Chatsworth, said he was pleased to be invited back on the show. He said: “It’s great to be back. I hope it will inspire more people to grow their own flowers and bring a piece of the garden into their home.”