This morning, I thought I’d share with you some images of the beautiful show garden designed by Adam Frost at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Many congratulations to Adam on winning a Gold Medal for his garden, which is called the Homebase Garden – ‘Sowing the Seeds of Change’ in association with the Alzheimer’s Society.
It’s a modern family garden and has been designed with a small family in mind, providing them with a space to enjoy an everyday connection with their food and with nature.
When I met Adam recently at the Garden Press Event in London, he explained to me that the concept behind the design is ‘harvest and habitat’.
Harvest, in that lots of fruit and vegetables are planted in the garden, and a habitat that encourages wildlife.
I absolutely loved his design, especially the trees laden with blossom and the Iris Sibrica ‘Flight of Butterflies’ and ‘Tropic Night’.
Here are some images of this award-winning show garden…
If you’d like to recreate a piece of Adam’s design in your own garden, Homebase have created a special Chelsea Collection.
The collection includes a range of fruit, herbs, vegetables, shrubs and herbaceous perennials.
If you’d like to keep up-to-date with Adam Frost find him on Twitter @frostatwork or read his blog at www.adamfrost.co.uk. Find out more about the Alzheimer’s Society at www.alzheimers.org.uk.
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(Images : Rona Wheeldon for Flowerona)