The Landscape Institute (LI) have announced that this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show features many LI members. As well as registered practices tackling some of the main challenges of the day.
Some of the UK’s leading landscape architects will be showcasing their work and promoting the landscape profession.
Gardens designed by landscape architects or garden designers who employ landscape architects include:
RHS Back to Nature Garden
Co-designed by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge and landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White. The garden draws inspiration from childhood memories triggered by the natural world. Key elements of the design include a hollow log, a den building area, a stream and a tree house all woven together by playful planting and trees.
After RHS Chelsea, much of the planting will feature in an NHS Mental Health Trust garden. This will also be designed by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge with Davies White Ltd.
Facebook: Beyond The Screen (Designer: Joe Perkins)
A dynamic garden of water and stone inspired by interconnectivity between our online and offline lives.
Family Monsters Garden (Designer: Alistair Bayford)
Every family faces pressures. This garden represents the journey of a family facing these everyday pressures and challenges in their lives.
The Manchester Garden (Designer: Exterior Architecture)
The garden aims to showcase a city reinvented and inspire conversations about the potential of green space within UK cities.
The Morgan Stanley Garden (Designer and contractor: Chris Beardshaw)
A garden inspired by the UK’s love of beautiful gardens. It explores how to continue the tradition of creating herbaceous-rich spaces, while managing resources more sensitively.
The Resilience Garden (Designer: Sarah Eberle)
This garden celebrates the Forestry Commission’s centenary year, marking 100 years of forestry. It looks ahead to the biggest challenges facing forests of the future.
M&G Investments Garden (Andy Sturgeon)
The garden draws inspiration from nature’s power to regenerate. The woodland landscape will feature young trees, ferns and jewel-like flowers. These will be interspersed with stone platforms and huge burnt timber sculptures. Andy employs 18 landscape architects and is a registered practice.
Welcome to Yorkshire (Mark Gregory)
Mark has this year drawn inspiration from the canals and waterways in the West Yorkshire landscape. Mark employs three landscape architects.
The Dubai Majlis Garden by Thomas Hoblyn
A Middle-Eastern feel is inspired by the sculptural beauty found in arid landscapes. Thomas employs landscape architects including, Daisy Parson CMLI.
To find out more about the RHS Chelsea Flower Show click here.