2010 RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Biodiversity Garden

2010 RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Biodiversity Garden

As his final task within his 12 month scholarship, Paul Hervey-Brookes the current Chris Beardshaw Mentoring scholar has created a show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show (2010) which highlights how gardeners can create a desirable and stunning environment which works successfully for both people and wildlife as a celebration of United Nations International Year of Biodiversity. 

The Bradstone Biodiversity garden highlights many of the key messages of the International Year of Biodiversity by defining how a garden can provide a space for the gardener to relax and enjoy, whilst also providing a rich habitat and ecosystem for a variety of at risk garden insects and mammals.

Silver medal winner!

The garden was awarded a silver medal by the RHS a great acheivement for a first time designer at Chelsea.

Paul’s stunning design combines a variety of Bradstone sustainable landscape materials including Old Town conservation paving and includes specially designed features such as a portico for birds to nest and log walls for insect habitats. The richly planted borders include a diverse range of trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals which the team envisage will be buzzing with insects throughout the show.

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