Wealth management company Brewin Dolphin will have a garden at this year’s RHS Chatsworth Flower Show. Skilled craftsmanship and fine artistry are the inspiration for this years garden. This marks the third consecutive year that the company will have a garden at the popular Derbyshire show. The Brewin Dolphin Artists’ Garden will be transformed into a feature-garden. It will combine the finest horticulture with exciting, interactive art demonstrations. It will feature five prominent artists creating their wares every day.
The five artists are from diverse geographical areas and have a range of craft skills between them. They include a ceramist specialising in Japanese porcelain, an oil painter who creates pop-up art on textile, and a basket maker. The full line-up of featured artists will be revealed soon.
The Brewin Dolphin Artists’ Garden will take as its theme a traditional artisan cottage garden. It will be complete with a structured open courtyard, Herbaceous borders and a variety of traditional plants. The planting will include plants such as Salix, Geranium, Lovage and Topiary Hornbeam and Carpinus.
This year’s Brewin Dolphin garden will be designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes. Known for creating classically English landscapes and gardens with rich, multi-layered habitats. Paul’s Brewin Dolphin Installation at last year’s RHS Chatsworth Flower Show won the People’s Choice Award.
“The idea is to create a space which celebrates craftsmanship and an appreciation of skills. You value the work of an artisan ceramicist, or a willow-basket maker, as they have invested their skills and time. We will also celebrate the skill and value of those caring for and nurturing our family’s wealth, especially in uncertain times.”
The RHS Chatsworth Flower Show will run from 5-9th June 2019 at the Chatsworth Estate, Derbyshire. For more information visit here: www.rhs.org.uk