October 16, 2017

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Chatsworth Gold – a new breed of garden show medal

Outdoor Options has been awarded a gold medal for the Butter Wakefield ‘Belmond Enchanted Gardens’ at the inaugural RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.

Delighted with the result, director Brian Herbert said: “The garden is the result of a fantastically creative dream team. It is our first show garden to have virtually no hard landscaping which meant even more planning and finite attention, the result of which is a flourish of natural colours and foliage that look like they have grown there many years, and not just been recently installed. I am so pleased the team’s efforts were given the top reward.”

The vegetables for the garden were grown at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, with Raymond Blanc personally giving the project his attention and press day visit. Outdoor Options feels it has been an honour to represent Belmond and Butters first show garden. Butters personal naturalistic design style and the exquisite Belmond brand make for a perfect partnership.

The completion of the garden was has all made achievable with the support of the plant suppliers; including Project promoter Alison Chadwick Kelley of  Veritasis, Jay Davey Bespoke Willow, Deepdale Trees, Hortus Loci, Lindum Turf, The Wildflower Turf Company, Chichester Plants, Plants Ltd, Aztec Model Makers, and Electrosafe Lighting.

 

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