I loved the woodland style planting in The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital, this garden felt very calm, cool and relaxing, it's a space that I am certain the parents of the children who are receiving treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital will take refuge in. This garden was designed by Chris Beardshaw. The delicate white, frothy flower in this photograph, that you can see behind the Hosta is Ranunculus aconitifolius 'Flore Pleno', the delicate purple flower next…
Chris Beardshaw and The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital - Pumpkin Beth
Eryngiums and other non-native plants, were shown growing in a British wild flower meadow, where they looked beautiful next to native British flowering plants and grasses. The non-native plants were included in the Border Control Garden, to highlight the many positives of integration. This Eryngium is pictured in the UNHCR: 'Border Control' Garden, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.
Salvias, Eryngiums, and other non native plants were beautifully combined with native British wild flowers to create a beautiful meadow in the UNHCR: 'Border Control' Garden, to demonstrate the positive effects of integration. Pictured at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016.
A closer look at the beautiful meadow in the UNHCR: 'Border Control' Garden, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016. This garden was designed by Tom Massey and John Ward, and built by Landform Consultants. This Conceptual Garden was sponsored by UNHCR and presented with a Gold Medal and the prestigious title of Best Conceptual Garden.
A Red Admiral butterfly, also known as Vanessa atalanta, resting on a faded Buddleja flower. If you deadhead your Buddleja plants they will keep flowering over a much longer period, and will also look tidier.
The M&G Garden, which was designed by Cleve West, for The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016, was awarded a Gold Medal by the RHS Judges. Swatton Lanscapes, who built The M&G Garden, were presented with The Best Construction Award at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016. This is the first year that this prestigious award that recognises the skill and input of the construction workers who build the Show Gardens has been awarded.