Vestra Wealth’s Garden of Mindful Living was designed by Paul Martin and built by Beautiful Horizon Landscape. Designed as a contemporary garden, for a busy city resident who requires space to unwind after a busy day at work, The Vestra Weath’s Garden of Mindful Living features soft planting with Primulas adding colour and multi stemmed trees bringing dappled shade to this restful space.
The Garden of Potential was designed by Daniel Bristow and Sarah Page (Propagating Dan) and built by Mark Wallinger. This Fresh Garden was sponsored by GreenWood Forest Park. Featuring the unpopular and almost universally abhorred Leylandii, together with the equally disliked Equisetum arvense, also known as common horsetail, this Fresh Garden provokes its visitors with its inclusion of these unusual show plants and its quirky design. Visitors might be interested to find Diphylleia grayi…
This painted shed was an attractive feature of the Just Retirement Garden. Accessing the shed is easy as there's no threshold or step to trip up over! The cheerful sunflowers, wooden barrel style water butt and the pretty window box only add to the charm of this attractive and useful, practical shed.
The Sentebale - Hope in Vulnerability Garden was voted as The People's Choice Best Show Garden by the public. The Sentebale Garden was designed by Matt Keightley, built by Rosebank and sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation.