RHS Hampton Court 2016

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016

Run by the RHS, the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the largest flower show in the world. The show features show gardens, floral marquees and pavilions, talks and demonstrations.

Dog's Life Garden by Paul Hervey-Brookes

A Dog’s Life was created by award-winning garden designer, Paul Hervey-Brookes, on behalf of the UK’s largest dog welfare Charity, the Dog’s Trust.

Bradstone products were used in the award-winning garden to compliment the design, including Fine Grained Natural Sandstone in Ochre . In addition, the garden featured bespoke granite seating and steps in a circular pavilion designed specifically for the garden by Bradstone to meet Paul’s specification.

Designed to give dog owners with small gardens thoughtful design inspiration, A Dog’s Life included a number of canine-friendly features, such as sniffer tracks through herbaceous borders, a woodland area with a raised agility ramp and leaf litter amongst planting for digging and scratching.

David Domoney's Gardens

David Domoney created four small front garden displays outside the Celebrity Theatre, supported by Everest Home Improvements. The gardens were designed to support a selected theme each with a charity in mind.

The first garden linked to the charity ‘Pets as Therapy’ and displayed the joy and benefits of using animals to improve health and wellbeing.

The second garden represented the charity ‘Music in Hospitals’, an incredible organisation that organises live music in hospitals to entertain sick patients. The garden was created to capture how music uplifts the heart.

The next garden was designed for 'Thrive', a charity that uses gardening to bring about positive changes in those living with a disability. 

The last garden was created for a charity called ‘Recycling Lives’, a charity which helps people who have been through serious hardship and are trying to reintegrate back into society.