RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 – The World Horse Welfare Garden Comments Off

Adam and I are delighted to announce that we have been selected to exhibit a large Artisan Garden at next year’s Chelsea. The garden has been designed for an international horse welfare charity and aims to highlight the plight of abandoned, neglected and abused horses in the UK and abroad. The garden is a traditional wildflower garden that will tell the story of one of these ‘invisible’ horses. It will feature a dark, derelict stable in one corner surrounded by plants harmful to horses which opens up into an open, bright and secure meadow, with horse friendly plants, where rescued horses can run free.  A life-sized sculpture of a horse made from reclaimed horseshoes (from famous horses and supporters of World Horse Welfare) will stand proud in the meadow looking towards a future full of hope.

We hope that the garden will encourage people to reflect on the importance of the work of World Horse Welfare and support them in their vision for a world where every horse is treated with respect, compassion and understanding.

As with all our Chelsea projects, the garden will be built by award winning contractor Conway landscapes.  www.conwaylandscapes.com

To find out more on the work of  World House Welfare go to www.worldhorsewelfare.org

You can also follow the garden’s progress on our new blog site www.diaryofachelseagarden.com

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