Monty Don: Gardeners’ World host sets record straight after hair dye claim sparks concern
Monty Don discusses a ‘major problem’ with nature in the US
Monty Don recently returned to viewers’ screens for the self-titled show American Gardens as the BBC presenter took a journey across the United States. The Gardeners’ World host sparked a social media frenzy over his appearance, as one Twitter user claimed Monty had been dying his hair.
The 65-year-old shut down the social media user as the presenter cheekily claimed they had “failed to spot the botox”.
The person in question reacted to Monty’s appearance in American Gardens, saying: “@TheMontyDon love watching you, always such great viewing.
“But please stop the hair colour! It’s not working it’s too dark with your skin tone. Which is ageing. Just saying… #friend.”
Taking to the micro-blogging site, the gardening expert dismissed the idea that he has used any hair dye.
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In view of his 209,000 followers, Monty replied: “I do NOT use hair colour! But very amused at the idea.”
The social media user didn’t appear convinced, as they penned: “Ummm not sure!”
Monty cheekily joked: “But you failed to spot the botox, the face lift, nose job, eye tuck, hair implants or the major dental reconstruction, so can you be absolutely certain about the hair?”
The person in question admitted they were joking around with the horticulturalist.
They replied: “Ha! Because it’s way too good #jokes. Thanks for having some fun.”
Monty regularly interacts with his fans on the micro-blogging site where he often shares tips and gardening advice.
The TV star returned for repeat episodes of Monty Don’s American Gardens on the BBC this week.
During last week’s show, the gardening expert admitted he found a “major problem” while viewing the landscapes in the United States.
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After visiting a garden in Long Island, the host gave his verdict which looked worlds away from a traditional garden.
Monty went to meet with Long Islander Edwina Von Gal, whose house overlooked a protected salt marsh.
He noted how this marsh-type setting challenged the traditional notion of “what a garden is or might be.”
Edwina recalled how when she had moved in “the entire place was a giant tangle of invasives [plants], mostly.”
She explained: “I didn’t know what was here mostly, it was impenetrable.
“I spent a couple of years just whacking away at it and then little by little, I’d created some new habitats.
Monty praised Edwina for creating “a new type of American permaculture” which promoted minimum human interference.
Monty Don’s American Gardens airs Fridays at 8pm on BBC Two.
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