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May 22, 2018

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Berrys Show Garden at Southport Flower Show

The UK’s biggest single independent builders’ merchant are looking forward to another successful year at the spectacular Southport Flower Show, with their interpretation of the theme ‘The Curious Garden’.

Berrys are pulling out all the stops to make his Southports’ most impressive garden yet. Available to view to the public from 17th – 20th August, this years’ garden will feature elegant West Himalayan Birch and an assortment of delicate white wildflowers, set against a backdrop of contrasting Shou Sugi Ban timber, a Japanese technique of burning wood to preserve it.

The show garden will be an inspiration to visitors and introduce them to the limitless possibilities of Berrys products. The Garden will feature porcelain paving from Global Stone, Wood from Denbeigh Timber, Aggregate from the Long Rake Spar, and lighting from Ansell.

Berrys scooped 5 awards last year; The Jewel in the crown was taking home the Brockhouse Trophy, awarded for being Best in Show, for the Leyland firm’s Mediterranean kitchen garden, which drew big crowds over four days.

C&W Berry also proudly won Best Outside Garden, Best Large Garden, Best Themed Garden and Best Garden.

Managing director David Berry said: “It was our first-ever Southport Flower Show and we are stunned by the level of success achieved. We received a lot of compliments from visitors.”

Heavyside product manager Sandy McDonald was on hand to receive the trophy haul from BBC Gardener’s World presenter Carol Klein and TV chef Ainsley Harriot.

Having already tasted success, David Berry added: “we are keen to spread the message to gardening enthusiasts that we are well worth a visit for materials for any projects you have in mind.”

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