22 - 26 May 2018
We are proud to announce that our clay pavers were chosen for four show gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
More info about the Chelsea Flower Show.
Below you can find a brief presentation of the gardens:
The power of plants by Rosebank Landscapes (Matt Keightley)
Clay paver: SeptimA Aureum and SeptimA Auburn
Matt Keightley, designer of one of last year's popular show gardens, returns to Chelsea with his Feel Good Garden for the RHS. Inspired by his design for a garden to be built at RHS Garden Wisley, Matt demonstrates how plants can make us feel happier and healthier. Read more.
The Lemon Tree Trust Garden by Tom Massey
Facing Brick wall: Rustique Old Mullem and Old Maeter
Inspired by the resilience, determination and ingenuity of refugees living in Domiz camp in Northern Iraq, and designed with their input, this garden highlights the unexpected beauty hidden in the camp. Read more.
Urban Flow in partnership with Thames Water by Tony Woods
Clay paver: SeptimA Ebony
Bold design features, colourful planting and practical outdoor living space are all accommodated in this small urban plot. The garden is designed with water conservation and environmentally considerate landscaping in mind, as well as a planting scheme that deflects and processes pollution and attracts wildlife. Read more.
The CHERUB HIV Garden: A Life Without Walls by Naomi Ferret-Cohen
Clay paver: SeptimA Graphite
Naomi is excited to be working with renowned HIV partnership, Cherub, at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, to help raise awareness about young people living with HIV in the UK and beyond. Naomi’s garden will challenge stigmas and promote the message that it’s possible to live well with HIV, as well as highlighting the search for a cure through dedicated scientific research. Read more.