A central cube offers privacy and refuge from modern life. The outside wall of the cube it is wrapped with a clay strip which visitors are invited to leave an impression on. Planting is made up of masses of wildflowers and silver birch trees enveloping the wooden cube and making it even more of a hidden sanctuary.
GOLD MEDAL WINNING GARDEN RELOCATED TO ST LUKE’S HOSPICE
It’s been a busy week relocating my gold medal winning ‘Sky’s the Limit’ garden 300 miles to St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth.
The garden has been redesigned for the new site and now acts as a place for recuperation and contemplation for patients and their loved ones.
Exciting times ahead! I can finally announce that I will be making my Chelsea debut, creating my first garden on Main Avenue for Cloudy Bay next year…
The garden design is inspired by Cloudy Bay’s 30-year winemaking heritage at the pioneering winery in the Marlborough region in New Zealand using nature as a source of its inspiration.