Our Chelsea Flower Show preparations are well under way, and this year we are excited to announce that we are working with the wonderful landscape designer Eleanor Oborne.
Eleanor trained at the Garden Design School based at The University of Bristol's Botanic Gardens, and specialises in low impact and wildlife-friendly gardens, which settle comfortably and naturally into their surroundings. Her inspiration when designing and advising on gardens often comes from her countryside surroundings, and the emotional connection being in nature inspires within us.
"The garden is the natural extension to your home. The multi-functional space for summer barbecues and family games to growing your own vegetables and reading a good book under the shade of an old cherry tree. It should relax, inspire and create memories, and be a place where you want to spend time."
The main theme of the flower show this year is the restorative power of gardens and gardening. We believe this is also the case with paintings, and that we gain a warmth and feeling of wellbeing from our personal art collections and enjoying them in our homes.
Our selection of paintings that will be on display have been careful curated by our team, and we hope you enjoy our exquisite collection.
There are many fantastic gardens to get excited about this year, but here are a few that we are most looking forward to seeing:
By combining art and nature, with jasmine climbing the walls intertwining with the spectacular paintings, we hope to create a tranquil and inspiring environment in which to display our newest acquisitions and the great masters of the past.
Visit us at stand SR160 at RHS Chelsea Flower Show from 23th to 27th May.
Please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.