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Perennial Legacy Garden named Best in Show at Tatton Park

The Perennial Legacy Garden was designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes and marks the organisations heritage in the horticulture industry

Perennial Legacy Garden has been awarded a Gold Medal and named Best Show Garden at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park.

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22 July 2015 | 0

The Perennial Legacy Garden has been awarded a Gold Medal and named Best Show Garden at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park. For the garden Perennial partnered with Glendale, Rollins Bulldog, Travis Perkins, Bradstone and internationally acclaimed, RHS Gold medal-winning garden designer Paul Hervey-Brookes, to create the Perennial Legacy Garden.

Perennial – the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people who work in horticulture when times get tough. Perennial has partnered with Glendale, Rollins Bulldog, Travis Perkins, Bradstone and internationally acclaimed, RHS Gold medal-winning garden designer Paul Hervey-Brookes, to create the Perennial Legacy Garden.

The garden is designed to reflect elements of a large English country estate inspired by Perennial’s heritage as an organisation born from the great country estates of Britain. It features long herbaceous borders, a pavilion for relaxing and enjoying the garden, and a separate walled working garden with gardener’s bothy and nursery beds.

Designer Paul Hervey-Brookes says: “It has been a wonderful experience working with Perennial and finding out more about the valuable work the charity does helping those in dire straits.” He added “As my first garden at Tatton Park and my only UK show garden this year, our Gold Medal is fabulous news and being named Best in Show is just the icing on the cake.”

Mirroring Hervey-Brookes sentiments Anita Bates, Director of Marketing and Development at Perennial said: “We are thrilled and honoured to receive this accolade, which is the culmination of the huge team effort behind the garden. She added “Perennial’s foundations as a benevolent charity come from the great estate gardens of the 19th century and our show garden reflects this while highlighting the continued need to support those in UK’s horticultural community today who have nowhere else to turn.”

The RHS Tatton Park Flower show takes place from 22-26 July. The show grounds cover 28 acres and the show, which was established in 1999, is expected to attract over 80,000 visitors. For more information on the Perennial Legacy Garden visit www.perennial.org.uk/garden/perennial-legacy-garden

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