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Remember the hot days of summer? Lets keep on remembering with a new example of this year’s Chelsea Flower Show: the category winner in the artisan section, The Sculptor’s Picnic Garden. Designed by Graham Bodle, the oak branches reminisent of antlers are meant to cerate a semi-enclosed space, a garden of contemplation, tranquillity and relaxation. The […]
Another big show garden this week: the Royal Bank of Canada Garden featuring three different parts of planting schemes. Designed by Matthew Wilson, the garden is divided up into three parts, exploring three different planting options: a dry garden, a water-harvesting zone and an edible garden part. The designs celebrate the curves as a sign […]
This week we wonder in one of the big show gardens from the Chelsea Flower Show 2015: the Perfumer’s Garden in Grasse by L’Occitane. Designed by James Basson, the garden represents the renaissance of perfume industry in Grasse with its traditional plantations. The planting has a natural feel: this garden could remind us of our […]
This week, we visit one of the fresh gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show 2015: the Dark Matter Garden for the National Schools’ Observatory, which won a gold medal and the best show garden in the category. The main feature is the corrugated iron structure representing the effect of dark matter on the light. The circular […]