Practicality Brown are proud to be supporting garden designers for Show and Summer Gardens at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show this July by supplying top quality large hedging plants and trees.
A Dog’s Life Garden designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes for The Dogs Trust
As Dogs Trust celebrates its 125th anniversary, this garden marks the charity’s commitment to finding new, loving owners for thousands of homeless dogs every year.
PMS: Outside Inside Garden for NAPS designed by Emma Bannister @pmsgarden
The garden is inspired by the stories of those who suffer from severe premenstrual syndrome. The common native planting on the outside contrasts with the inaccessible space and distorted planting inside.
World Vision Garden designed by John Warland
The World Vision Garden symbolises journeys of life. Inspired by the lives of children around the world, the floating waves of turf each represent an individual life.
A breath of Fresh Air design by Rae Wilkinson for The Abbeyfield Society
Breathing new life into the concept of a sensory garden and celebrating 60 years of The Abbeyfield Society, the design has created a calming space for older people and specifically those living with dementia.
A Summer Retreat designed by Laura Arison and Amanda Waring for CCLA
Inspired by the ethos of the Arts and Crafts Movement, the garden embraces the values of simplicity, elegance, style and craftsmanship. It is designed to be either a separate garden room adjoined to a larger space or an entity on its own.
The Lavender Garden designed by Paula Napper, Sarah Warren and Donna King
The design is inspired by the scent, colour and romance of lavenders grown at a dairy farm on the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park.
For more details on the show, check out the RHS website