We were also pleased to be able to work with one of our regular clients, Rae Wilkinson. Rae is the designer of one of the ‘Space To Grow’ visitor zone gardens. This is a beautiful and relaxing space for visitors to sit, wander around and look at the information screens that present information about the garden category ‘Space to Grow’. Containerised and ground-level displays demonstrate good planting choices for sun and shade, and there are ideas for planters, as well as other ideas to try at home no matter what size your outdoor space. The Corten Steel Atlas planters make exceptionally good herb gardens and raised planters, available in a huge number of size combinations and both with and without bases.
Within the Space To Grow garden there was also one of our 1.2m corten steel water bowls, these ever-popular garden features are perfect for reflecting light into shady areas, such as under trees or creating a little haven for birds and insects. The addition of floating aquatic plants such as the Pistia stratiotes 'Water lettuce' used above help to oxygenate and regulate the pH of the water as well as add a splash of colour too.
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