See SureSet at RHS Flower Shows

Category: Events and Exhibitions, Project, Sureset Blog

Posted 15th May 2015 by Jim Newton

The versatility and creativity of SureSet resin bound paving is clear to see by its use in Show Gardens year after year. This year you can see SureSet at Chelsea, Tatton and Hampton Court RHS Flower Shows.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 19 – 23 May

Sponsored by Viking Cruises to celebrate the launch of their first ocean ship, the Garden at Chelsea Flower Show uses unique artwork to create the impression of a majestic liner cutting through the ocean.

The Viking Ocean Garden is designed by Alan Gardner, project coordinated by Hillier Landscapes, constructed by London Landscapes and sponsored by Viking Cruises.

More than 150,000 people are expected to attend the Show where you will find cutting-edge garden design, new plants and inspiring ideas to take home.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 30 June – 5 July

The ‘Spirit of the Aegean’ Garden is sponsored by Noble Caledonia, was built by John Wood Garden Design and designed by Esra Parr Garden Design.

Noble Caledonia’s motto ‘Small ships – big experiences’ is reflected in the vibrant colours and drama incorporated into this Garden.

2015 is the 25 year anniversary of Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. There will be various historical themed events including silver anniversary floristry, historic gardens and scarecrows celebrating the past.

RHS Tatton Park Flower Show 22 – 26 July

‘The Year of Light’ Garden was designed by Kate Hart and Helen Elks-Smith from Elks-Smith Landscape and Garden Design. The Garden focuses on the optical fibre research by leading researchers at the Optoelectronics Research Centre based at the University of Southampton.

2015 was declared the International Year of Light by the United Nations in recognition of light as an all encompassing part of human life.

Set in the magnificent parklands of Tatton Park in Cheshire, this Show is a celebration of the best in gardening with a vibrant carnival atmosphere.

If you are you going, why not take a picture and send it to us – we’d love to see it and know what you think of the Gardens.