May 24th, 2005
This year we were able to secure a place at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, this allowed us to design our first Chelsea garden entitled “The Philosopher’s Garden”. It consists of a large slate sphere in the centre of the garden standing in front of a lakeland slate wall that contains a negative image of the sphere. A curved path leads to a small stone seat. All this is surrounded by dense herbaceous planting.
Jul 24th, 2004
The garden at Tatton Park this year has been inspired by the work of Isamu Noguchi and his use of natural materials and geometric forms.
It is designed to illustrate how traditional materials and techniques can be used alongside plants to create a contemporary garden that maintains a traditional feel.
Jul 24th, 2003
This year at Tatton Park Flower Show we were awarded our first RHS Gold Medal for our exhibit “A Garden For Otium”. Built from Lakeland Slate and planted by Beetham Nurseries of Milnthorpe it included a large slate sphere as a centre piece and water feature.
Jul 24th, 2002
Our first foray in to exhibiting at an RHS flower show and we were awarded a silver gilt medal.