We are delighted to be part of the RHS’s main exhibit once again at Hampton Court Flower show.

The display created last year was a stunning centre piece to the flower show. This year the garden is a massive 1,850sq metres which will make it the largest in the show. It will showcase the very best in grow your own, from the same kind of vegetables that Terry grew for us at Chelsea through to the ‘food for free’ area with plants that can be foraged from the wild.

The garden is designed by Jon Wheatley, who designed the gold-winning Bulldog Forge garden, and Anita Foy. It will present a beautiful plants providing a feast for both the eyes and the stomach!

I popped along on Sunday, to see how the team were getting on, but despite the bad weather the site is coming together well.

Here are the pictures:

I will be popping along and checking on the progress as it gets closer to the show. For more information the project visit the RHS website.

Posted in Exhibitions By Stuart Elsom On 24th June 2011

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