The backdrop to the garden and beautiful planting was a fabulous green wall that was the largest and highest ever to be installed in a Chelsea Garden.
The monumental pergola and gazebo were complemented with specially made ceramic tiles, a beautiful Morecroft table and porcelain bricks made by the manufacturers, tradesmen, residents and school children from the potteries of Stoke on Trent. This was a reminder that Stokes historic pottery industry continues to thrive and is at the forefront of contemporary ceramic design and design development.
MD, Barry Burrows said: ‘We are delighted to be bringing the design, conceived in Stoke-on-Trent, to full bloom at Chelsea. We will use the many years of landscape expertise available at Bartholomew to do Stoke-on-Trent proud.’
It was a very ambitious and challenging build and we were delighted when the garden was awarded an RHS Silver Medal.