PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 18:01, Fri, Aug 14, 2020
Adam Frost, who is a co-host on the popular BBC series Gardeners' World alongside presenters Monty Don, Carol Klein and Joe Swift, appeared to side with a social media user who asked to bring a winter series of the programme. The 50-year-old caused a stir on Twitter when he appeared to support the idea of introducing a winter series.
It comes after a viewer took to Twitter to ask Adam and his co-star Monty Don if there are plans to continue the BBC programme throughout winter and into the spring.
The person in question asked: "Dear @TheMontyDon @GWandShows @BBCTwo please, please will you continue #GardenersWorld throughout the winter into spring.
"It’s so uplifting and I reckon we’ll all need this even more through the next few months. Please retweet if you agree #GardensHour @[email protected]"
While Adam didn't directly respond to the post, he did retweet the post on his official Twitter account as the social media user requested people did if they agreed with the idea.
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Adam Frost reacts to show change amid Monty Don's knock-back (Image: WENN/BBC)
Gardeners' World host Adam Frost retweeted his support for a winter series (Image: TWITTER ADAM FROST)
Fans flocked to comment on the post, with opinion divided over the idea of a winter special.
One person chimed: "Perhaps Monty wants the rest. Maybe Adam would like to do it."
Another person said: "Been thinking that for years, for the same reasons, but I'm thinking the team needs that winter break."
"I hope that someone from the BBC reads this and agrees. Gardeners' World is so uplifting to watch. It’s simple things like this that will keep us mentally safe which seems to be getting more difficult as time goes on," a third person added.
Adam Frost is a regular presenter on BBC's Gardeners' World (Image: BBC)
While another social media user commented: "If there isn't enough to do in the garden (and Monty would like a rest) perhaps Adam and Carol could take over with features on planning for next