Designer: Landscape Management Services/Home Group
Inspiration for this garden comes from Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Paving in the garden represents the shape of a cocoa pod and some of the plants have a chocolate scent.
Designer: John Gilbert
Traditional pub table skittles is the unusual focal point in this urban space, where the most is made out of a small outdoor area to enable the owners to work, rest and play in soothing surroundings.
Designer: Jennifer Hirsch
Oak Lodge is a school for children with a wide range of complex learning difficulties. Their gardening programme was so successful that they were inspired to submit a design for Chelsea.
This garden is divided into three clearly defined areas with a 2m (6.5ft) high rear wall painted a strong and dominant crimson.
The landscape of bluestone walkways and terraces, stone walls and fences, and a pergola and gardens work to unite this complex setting.
Team: Hines/Wasser & Associates; Timothy J. Oldfield & Anderson Landscape Construction
Designer: Sue Adcock Design
Influenced by Romanesque temples, this symmetrical design also incorporates stylistic planting and modern art. Vertical glass art panels, in neutral tones, represent statues on stone pillars.
Designer: Catharina Malmberg-Snodgrass & Frank Gardner
This is a modern garden based on ravine landforms that came about with the retreat of the last glaciers. The garden features native flora, which flourishes in the unique woodland ravine ecosystem.