The Bussiness & Pleasure garden was designed and built as part of the RHS Young Designer of the Year competition in at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show 2017. As one of the three finalists the brief was to create a garden that could be used for outdoor working. 
The garden was influenced by Piet oudolf new perennial movement, designing with a mix of grasses and perennial flowers. Chosen planting species were great for bees and butterflies and was a real wildlife haven as well as a crowd favourite with vistors.
The garden received a gold medal with many thanks to all the suppliers, helpers and contractors who did an amazing job!  
award - Gold medal

Bees and butterflies loved the garden as much as the people.

Bespoke water feature sits in the middle of the garden creating a focal point to walk around.

Naturalistic prarie style planting combined with warm tones from the timber decking and warm grey gravel.

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