RHS Flower Show Round-Up

It’s been a busy start to summer and here’s our round-up of the RHS Flower Shows to date:
Wildflower Turf Ltd supplied Helen Elks Smith with Species Rich Lawn Turf for her Warner’s Distillery Garden which won a Silver Gilt medal.
This sheltered garden provides a relaxed space for socialising and engaging with family and friends. Central to the design is an impressive sheltered courtyard referencing the pastoral setting of Falls Farm, the heart of Warner’s Gin Distillery in rural Northamptonshire.
Read more about this garden HERE

We also worked with designer Sarah Eberle and supplied 20m² of Wildflower Turf Landscape Turf and 20m² of Native Enriched Show Turf for ‘The Resilience Garden’. 
Commissioned to celebrate the Forestry Commission’s centenary, the garden looks ahead to the challenges facing forests of the future. It explores how our woodlands can be made resilient to a changing climate and the increasing threats of pests and diseases.

The Resilience Garden won a Gold Medal and also picked up the Best Construction Award.
Read more about The Resilience Garden HERE
Finally, at Chelsea, we supplied the Wallgarden trade stand (Nadine Charlton) with 10m² of Native Enriched Show Turf and the Kettle Collective (ArtFe by K Paxton Blacksmiths) with 9m² of Landscape Show Turf.

Hampton Court
We supplied the Thames Water Flourishing Future Garden with 70m² of Landscape Show Turf. The garden was awarded a Gold Medal and was designed by Tony Woods and built by Garden Club London.
Visitors to the garden can see how they can encourage biodiversity, reduce water use and prevent flooding in homes and community spaces.
Read more about the Thames Water Flourishing Future Garden HERE

Wildflower Turf Ltd also supplied 5m² of Species Rich Lawn Turf to the Calm Amidst Chaos garden.
Calm Amidst Chaos draws awareness to the importance of creating peace and tranquillity amid the potentially overwhelming modern world.
A Silver Gilt medal winner and widely lauded, this garden was sponsored by Maytree House in London, which serves as a sanctuary for the suicidal.
Read more about the Calm Amidst Chaos garden HERE.