The Urban Oasis at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
Trees transform spaces. And few spaces are crying out more for them than the derelict ‘post-industrial’ landscapes of our poorest urban areas. So when the RHS teamed up with Groundwork to theme this season’s demonstration gardens on urban renewal, it was inevitable that the gardens’ award winning designer designer Chris Beardshaw would soon be craving trees. Lots of them. Over ninety in all as a matter of fact. With a cause so close to our own heart, how could we say no? For more information on this year’s Urban Oasis gardens, or to learn more about Groundwork’s transforming influence on our most degraded urban areas, follow these links.
We will be basing ourselves at The Urban Oasis gardens during the show, so please stop by and see us if you go. Whilst you are there, you may also want to look out for our trees on the following show gardens: