The Chelsea Flower Show begins on Tuesday, when green-fingered experts and designers show off their floral talents and imaginations to capture the judges’ eye, and this year Milton Keynes’ Frosts is competing.
Frosts Landscapes has built an Artisan garden called the Garden Bed, sponsored by Asda and designed by lifelong friends and horticultural professionals Stephen Welch and Alison Doxey.
The theme of The Garden Bed is based on the emotive subject of loved ones needing hospice care.
“It’s a privilege to be part of The Chelsea Flower Show and to work closely with Alison and Stephen to bring their creation to life,” said Ken White, Managing Director at Frosts Landscapes.
“We’re delighted with the way it looks and we hope it inspires and delights people the way it has done for our team.”
Much more than creating unique sensory spaces that blur the lines between outside and inside, The Garden Bed is about passionately championing and creating meaningful experiences, where the connection with nature is conducive to not just physical healing but spiritual peacefulness.
The Garden Bed perfectly encapsulates and embodies the theme of this year’s show: Health, Happiness and Horticulture. Much more importantly, the ultimate aim is to highlight the very many benefits these beautiful spaces can make to a lifetime.
The Chelsea Flower Show continues until Saturday, May 28.