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 childhood when we were running in a field of poppies during summer and playing with the petals of lilac irises.
Many aromatic herbs, like this rosemary, appear in the planting making it a sensory, scented garden.
The lights were attractive bell-shaped lanterns with their wires twisted on tree trunks as well as little colourful glass balls interspersed with the perennial planting.