The Telegraph Garden featured boulders of limestone, which were naturally formed in the Jurassic era. This type of stone is rich in fossils, one of these boulders in The Telegraph Garden even features a large fossil of an ammonite.
The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, the Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The RHS judges awarded The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden a Silver-Gilt Medal, at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The copper water feature you see in this photograph was made by sculptor Giles Rayner.
The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden features the mathematical symbol for infinity as the main shape for the structure of the garden. There are numerous references to mathematical theories throughout the garden, as this garden celebrates the beauty of the mathematics and algorithms that underpin all plants, nature, and life itself.
The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The design focuses on the mathematical patterns that appear in nature - such as the Golden Ratio, these patterns are expressed throughout both garden’s structure, the layout of the planting and the featured plants. Plants used to demonstrate the mathematical properties include Aloe polyphylla with its spiral form, Gleditsia triacanthos which has a…
Ozothamnus diosmifolius, Cistus × dansereaui 'Decumbens', Centaurea bella, Catananche caerulea 'Tizi n Test', Juncus effusus, and Sophora 'Little Baby' combine beautifully in The Telegraph Garden, designed by Andy Sturgeon for The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. The water in The Telegraph Garden represents a stream of melt water, which runs into the rock strewn gorge below.
The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital was designed by Chris Beardshaw. The Garden is pictured here at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016, where the RHS judges awarded the garden with a Gold Medal.
The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital was designed by Chris Beardshaw and built by Chris Beardshaw Ltd at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. When the Show closes, this garden will be re-located its permanent home at Great Ormond Street Hospital where it will provide a relaxed, informal, restful space for the children who are undergoing treatment and their families. This special garden features naturalistic planting, together with hedges, Acers and Cornus, to create an…