Dieser Steinklotz gehört zum Garten Skin Deep von Robert Barker. Zuviel Beton für meinen Geschmack, aber die weissen Fingerhüte sind ein Träumchen.
Today I show you some of the Space to Grow and Artisan Gardens from the Chelsea 2018.
Those concrete cubes belong to the garden Skin Deep von Robert Barker. I loved the white foxgloves but the concrete is not really my cup of tea.
Outdoor kitchens are very fashionable at the moment. In the Urban Flow Garden I especially loved the planting in those warm colors. The outdoor kitchen is in the back.
I love the black lace elderberry. Since three years I've got one in my own garden. The pink flowers are every year an eye catcher.
A bit of holiday feelings is coming up.
Diese Steinpflanzgefässe finde ich einfach mega... gut, ich müsste dafür jetzt einen Obelix finden, der mir dieses nach Hause trägt. Ooooooobeeeeeliiiiiiiix ... hmm, ist wohl mal wieder mit den Wildschweinen beschäftigt. Dann halt nicht.
Planters of stone, they just look so awesome. However I would need someone like Obelix to bring one of them home. Ooooooobeeeeliiiix! Seems to be occupied with hunting some wild boars. So I better leave it back at the show.
The New West End Garden by Kate Gould had a special feature. The floor tiles were made with a new modern technology, that transfers steps into electricity. Stunning!
And even the garden was beautiful to look at, what more could you want? Art?
Well, here you are. This garden didn't miss a thing.
The Silent Pool Gin Garden. Hicks... I'll stay here for a while. Where is my Gin?
My little garden shed.
Well, if you know me, then you also know, that it is too tidy up to be my garden shed :o). I wish to be so disciplined... but it stays a wish.
Oh, dear, NO! Why putting such a blue monster into a garden? The Myeloma UK Garden designed by John Everiss and Francesca Murrell. Well, art is a matter of taste and we haven't got the same.
Nor could I warm myself with The Seedlip Garden, designed by Dr. Catherine MacDonald.
I prefer those balls: Allium. Can't get enough of those lovely balls. Mixed with those sculptures they just look gorgeous.
Don't know the name of this sweet poppy.
The garden from Laura Anstiss, The Supershoes - Laced with Hope Garden, was a colorful design with a serious background.
The Supershoes is a UK charity who helps children fighting cancer.
The colors were like a firework and the children sculptures very heartbreaking... what a garden! However long you looked at it, you always spotted something your eye hadn't caught before. Unfortunately I missed with the camera the little shoes on the curved bank. Indeed I thought somebody has forgotten them, only later I learned about their meaning.
I wish you all a great Sunday and a good start into the new week. Take care.