Last week saw us touch down at RHS Tatton Park. It’s a show we really enjoy doing and this year once again it lived up to our expectations.
We came away with our third 3 star trade stand award which we’re absolutely chuffed with!
Below are some of the photos we managed to capture of some of the beautiful garden designs that caught our eye on our adventures around the show.
The British Association of Landscape Industries – Vogue
Designed by Belinda Belt
This garden was inspired by the designers passion for fashion, gardens and perfume.
The design encaptures a catwalk style walk way and a beautiful feature wall with elegantly long grasses and pretty perrenials.
The garden is the perfect spot for relaxing with nothing but the breeze to distract you…
Designed by: Rob Harkness
Borough/Authority: Dartsmouth Green Space Partnership
This beautfiul patriotic piece was designed to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Royal Navy establishing officer training in Dartsmouth. We particulalry loved the contrasting flower colours used to replicate the british flag
Ring of Bright Water
Borough/Authority: Dumfries & Galloway Council
Designers: Brian McAviney and Fraser Marshall
This flowerbed captures the natural habitat of the native otters and was inspired by a book written by Gavin Maxwell which follows the story of the introduction of an otter from Iraq to the west of Scotland.
The book sold more than one million copies and was later made into a film,
We found the story behind this garden creation really interesting and worth a mention in our blog.
Designer: Clare Broadbent
This wonderful little garden won Gold and an Award for the Best Small Garden.It’s designed to provide convenient opportunities to work out whilst enjoying your garden at home.
Promoting the daily use of outdoor space, this clever garden also provides wildlife with a home. We loved the use of the bold colours and the choice of exercise equipment which features a pergolia pull up bar, a bicycle, a pummel horse bench and more.