Chelsea challenge

Chelsea challenge

Award-winning designers Kati Crome and Maggie Hughes will reveal all about producing a medal-winning plot for Chelsea when they visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales on Thursday September 26.

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The pair, responsible for our ‘Get Well Soon’ garden at this year’s 100th anniversary RHS show, will be giving a talk – entitled ‘The Road to Chelsea’ – at 11am.

Their stunning creation illustrated the many ways in which a garden and its plants can improve your health through ancient, traditional, modern and alternative forms of medicine.

Says Maggie: “The aim was to capture the uplifting feeling that visiting a beautiful garden can bring as well as the health benefits of creating your own.”

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‘Get Well Soon’s circular pond, stone and rendered walls and rill took their inspiration from the National Botanic Garden. A big attraction and talking point was the ‘reflexology’ path designed to be walked on barefoot and to stimulate reflexology pressure points.

There is a £2 charge for the talk, coffee and biscuits are included. To book your place or for more details, please email info@gardenofwales.org.uk or call 01558 667149.

* The ‘Get Well Soon’ garden was sponsored by Penn Pharmaceuticals and the South West Wales Tourism Partnership, supported by Growing the Future.

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