THOUGHTFUL BEAUTY: GARDEN FESTIVAL INSPIRED
At The Able Label, gardens, horticulture and nature have always been a great source of inspiration, which is reflected in the range.
This month we have been admiring (from afar) the beautiful RHS Royal Hampton Court Flower Show.
If like us, you haven't been able to visit, you can still appreciate all of the rich colours, intriguing plant species and innovative garden designs online!
We have picked out a few of our favourite of the garden displays from the show, to inspire you and to share some of the beautiful talent.
Let us know which is your favourite in the comments section below!
The Ability Garden
At the top of our list, The Ability Garden has been created with love and thought behind every detail. (Designed by Tony Wagstaff and Ben Wincott)
Designed to be accessible to all, it contains beautiful raised beds and circular layouts, allowing wheelchair users to participate in the care and love of the garden.
The garden flows easily from the surrounding area to create an accessible space from start to finish.
Down Memory Lane
Silver medal winning, 'Down Memory Lane' (designed by The Blue Diamond Design team) incorporates fragrant scents, nostalgic recycled features and welcoming areas, to reignite fond memories and provide a feel of belonging.
The RHS description- 'Being in a garden and gardening are a known source of solace and comfort for people living with dementia and their carers. This garden has been designed to help those people seek calmness as well as provide stimulation of all the senses with a considered selection of sensory planting.'
A rose named the ‘Down Memory Lane’ rose, was launched on behalf of Alzheimer’s Society, and hugs the cosy potting shed.
Have a browse through all of The Hampton Court Show Gardens here >
Have these stunning gardens filled you with inspiration to get gardening yourself? Let us know your favourites in the comments below.
The Able Label Team x