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Wallgarden RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Press Release
Wallgarden is collaborating with multi-award winning designer, Chelsea Gold medallist and landscape architect Sarah Eberle for an exciting new addition to the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Our bespoke playhouse for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2018 reflects the beautiful architecture of the Chelsea area, sitting within a bountiful garden designed by Sarah Eberle. The playhouse design is inspired by the Chelsea area moving from historic riverside idyll to its present-day extension of thriving modern London. With the beautiful townhouses in the area having outside space at such a premium, our tiny pocket of space will demonstrate what can be achieved, as well as showcasing our playhouse work in a city environment and for town gardens. It will be a blend of the local Chelsea environment and that of Hampshire, where both Wallgarden and Sarah Eberle are based.
The small-scale townhouse and garden can be found on the Wallgarden stand at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 22nd - 26th May 2018. The design team will be available for bespoke designs and orders throughout, and the townhouse is for sale with delivery after the event.
Wallgarden create bespoke playhouses, inspirational gardens and beautiful children’s furniture. Our work enables families to enjoy being outside all year round and is a clever mix of old and new.
Our playhouses and gardens are magical environments to engage with. They provide children with a space of their own both inside and out, tailored to a family’s individual interests. Our designs are based on local architecture and the setting in which they will be based; the gardens are an extension of that personal space.
Construction is a mix of reclaimed and sustainably sourced new material using local craftspeople and trades with every interior and exterior detail being relevant to either the setting or the family for whom it is being created.
‘Wallgarden’s work with Sarah combines our great passions and shared belief that gardens should be relevant, beautiful and useable places, which create a lifelong interest for all the family.
Our intention is to encourage children to grow their own flowers, fruit, vegetables and herbs; and to help teach them about where their food comes from whether they live in town or country. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show showcases the very best of what can be achieved.’ Nadine Charlton, Director and Founder of Wallgarden
‘Gardens are important to children because they are their first engagement with nature, which can lead to an understanding and empathy for the environment. For most children that connection starts at home. By creating a garden designed for children, we hope we can inspire them to love and nurture their outdoor spaces too.’ Sarah Eberle, Designer
As a celebration of our attendance at the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show we are offering the chance to win a bespoke playhouse worth £5,000 by Wallgarden. This beautiful playhouse has been created in the style of a potting shed, inspired by the old buildings found in traditional kitchen gardens.
To be in with a chance of winning, all entrants need to do is complete the entry form when purchasing a packet of our edible wildflower seeds, explaining in less than 30 words why they would like to win the playhouse. Entries will be independently judged on the most apt and original answer. The winner will be announced on Friday 8th June 2018.
The seeds are available to purchase online and in selected independent retailers.
Full details of the competition are available on our website www.wallgarden.co/competition
We have a full range of hi res images of the competition playhouse and our bespoke design for the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, suitable for publication.
For more details or further comment please contact:
07502 355 536
18th January 2018
Wallgarden create bespoke children's playhouses, inspirational gardens and beautiful children's furniture. We also sell a range of innovative garden seeds
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