Bloom Show Garden goes to Cork University Hospital
The award winning Cetriz Bloom garden has been donated by Actavis to Cork University Hospital
2 September 2015
The award winning Cetriz Bloom garden has been donated by Actavis to Cork University Hospital.
The ‘Lets clear the air with Cetriz’ themed garden, which won a well-deserved Bronze medal at Bloom this year has found a permanent home on the grounds of Cork University Hospital.
Commenting on the garden’s new permanent location Tony Hynds, Managing Director of Actavis said “We were so delighted with how many people loved the Cetriz garden in Bloom this year that we wanted to share it with many more! The ideal place was found in Cork University Hospital near the Intensive Care Unit”.
The garden will provide a relaxed space for patients and their families along with the dedicated team of staff at the hospital. “We hope that patients and visitors alike will enjoy a Bloom garden every day of the year and we are delighted to be able to share it with them” says Hynds.
Inspired by the Cetriz campaign ‘Lets clear the air’ Creator of the Cetriz garden, Chris Byrne garden designer, was challenged to create a ‘Hayfever Friendly Garden’. The garden path winds through a thoughtful array of pretty flowering ‘Hayfever Friendly’ plants, shrubs and trees complete with butterflies poles and mosaics and leading us to a wonderful swing.