RHS Tatton • Perennial Legacy Garden • Gold & Best in Show
I had the pleasure of capturing images of the garden created by Paul Hervey Brooks for the horticultural charity, Perennial, the garden is a celebration of the charities origins.
Combining elements from classic English Country House Gardens such as Arley Hall and Upton House to create a garden which illustrated the rich herbaceous semi-formality of the great Edwardian garden. Behind the luxurious pavilion with bespoke stone roof a working area with a traditional bothy also demonstrates where the garden workers would have grown on fledgingly plants, sown seeds and harvested fruit and vegetables.
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RHS Tatton • A quiet corner • gold & Best in Category
This ‘Back to Back’ garden at RHS Tatton Park show cases a passion for contemporary design and immersive, sensitive planting.
The pewter wall which enveloped the garden, provided a backdrop for the swaying grasses, Fennel and Sanguisorba. A curving, cobbled path lead to two contemporary larch stools which overlooked a grey water bowl, capturing the light and sky. A beautiful multi-stem Acer campestre sheltered the garden but encouraged views through its branches. The shady areas beneath the tree and wall were planted with ferns and delicate shade loving flowers such as Thalictrum. On the sunny edges of the garden, varieties of Thyme and tiny Alliums created scree-like areas with chipped grey limestone.