The Royal Bank of Canada Garden was designed by Matthew Wilson and built by Clifton Nurseries Ltd. The sculptural, curving, twisting seating was hand made by Tom Raffield from steam bent ash in Cornwall.
This woven seat was created by greenwood artist, Spencer Jenkins and lent to The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden for the duration of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The sculptural steel tree was designed by Chris Beardshaw and created by Nigel Fergusson Fabrications.
The Tea Party Garden was designed by Charlie Bloom to celebrate the 150 anniversary of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The garden was built by Charlie Blooms Garden Designs and sponsored by CED Natural Stone.
The Winton Capital Beauty of Mathematics Garden was designed by Nick Bailey, Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden, and built by Gardenlink. The design focuses on the mathematical patterns that appear in nature - such as the Golden Ratio, these patterns are expressed throughout both garden’s structure, the layout of the planting and the featured plants. Plants used to demonstrate the mathematical properties include Aloe polyphylla with its spiral form, Gleditsia triacanthos which has a…
The fire pit that featured in The Telegraph Garden was created by blacksmith James Price. This area around the fire pit is Andy Sturgeon's favourite place to be in The Telegraph Garden. Arbutus unedo, also known as the strawberry tree due to the colour of its ripe fruits, is pictured in the foreground.
Final finishing touches being made to the Noble Caledonia: Spirit of the Aegean garden. This garden was designed by Esra Parr and built by John Wood Garden Design Ltd. The garden was sponsored by Noble Caledonia.
Garden designer, Tracy Foster, in the garden she designed for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Just Retirement: A Garden For Every Retiree. This garden was sponsored by Just Retirement and built by Conway Landscapes.