I’ve been catching up on this year’s Chelsea Flower Show and have been particularly taken by the story behind gold medal-winning garden Furzey Gardens, which was created by a team of young adults with learning disabilities.
With a budget of £60,000, raised through fundraising, they created this gorgeous woodland design, rich with rhododendrons, azaleas and primulas.
See in photos how the garden was built from start to finish!
Posted on 30, May 2012, in gardening and tagged Chelsea Flower Show, Furzey Gardens, gardening. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Love this! I just started on Pinterest (talk about a time suckage) and for some reason I’m drawn to garden photos…this looks beautiful- like a hobbit would live there!
PS Have you seen this? http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2012/may/18/museum-of-celebrity-leftovers-emma-kennedy