The concept behind his garden evolved following a discussion with young people living within a Lancashire town. A striking metal sculpture of a crouched figure leans against a slate wall. A hand dips into a nine metre long water-channel, leading the figure through a series of stone columns that become smaller and smoother, gradually blending with the planting, to show a young person’s journey into society and adulthood. There is a mass planting of thyme interspersed with rosemary domes.
If you want to bring some Chelsea to your own garden, Sue Jeffries’ workshop on Sunday 1 June will take a look at the design styles, as well as the plant species and combinations used to good effect, and will show you how to recreate the look in your own garden. To book call us on Tel: 01772 433777 now.