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Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

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Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

I’m always excited to visit this show, it was press day yesterday, and it all looked beautiful with a clear blue sky and the sun glittering on the water.

The backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, a huge marquee full of plants for sale, another marquee full of divine roses and a clutch of show gardens is a perfect combination.

The place is teeming with celebrities on press day, one of my favourites, the charming Raymond Blanc was there.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

Raymond Blanc with his son Ollie.

I’ve got a few posts about the Show lined up for this week, starting with this one featuring show gardens full of ideas and inspiration.

The Squires Garden Centre show garden managed to fit two seating areas, a meadow and delicious planting into a small space:

purple salvia, pink echinacea, yellow achillea and pale blue scabious flowers.

Clipped box and wafting plants are always a good combination.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

The Wellbeing for Women show garden featured a section of green wall, a water bowl and a bench curving round the circular paving.

The plant colours were lovely together and it’s good to see three trees in a small garden, silver birch are a good choice because of their light canopy.

The Healing Urban Garden shared aspects of the Wellbeing of Woman Garden next door, with water-bowls, purple flowers and camomile between the paving, but had a more contemporary style.

The City Twitchers garden was a small urban space designed to encourage and protect garden birds.

I liked the cool, green and white theme, would be lovely on a hot, sunny day.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

there were a whole array of smart looking bird feeders and containers for nesting material and cute bird boxes with tiny green roofs.

Woven willow planters full of herb plants.

The bird feeders on the City Twitchers garden are from , some planting ideas from the Chelsea Flower Show .

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Am going to Hampton Court Flower Show tomorrow THANKYOU for the taster. Love the willow planters ……..marjorie

Hi Marjorie, thanks for your comment, I hope you had a wonderful time! Jill

Hi, thank you for featuring the city twitchers garden at Hampton court, just in case anyone would like to know more about the willow woven den and planter, I can be contacted via my website.

You’re welcome they are marvellous structures!

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I’ve had one request & I’ll pass your website onto them.

Please can you advise where can I buy a willow bird hide structure?

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Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

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Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

I’m always excited to visit this show, it was press day yesterday, and it all looked beautiful with a clear blue sky and the sun glittering on the water.

The backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, a huge marquee full of plants for sale, another marquee full of divine roses and a clutch of show gardens is a perfect combination.

The place is teeming with celebrities on press day, one of my favourites, the charming Raymond Blanc was there.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

Raymond Blanc with his son Ollie.

I’ve got a few posts about the Show lined up for this week, starting with this one featuring show gardens full of ideas and inspiration.

The Squires Garden Centre show garden managed to fit two seating areas, a meadow and delicious planting into a small space:

purple salvia, pink echinacea, yellow achillea and pale blue scabious flowers.

Clipped box and wafting plants are always a good combination.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

The Wellbeing for Women show garden featured a section of green wall, a water bowl and a bench curving round the circular paving.

The plant colours were lovely together and it’s good to see three trees in a small garden, silver birch are a good choice because of their light canopy.

The Healing Urban Garden shared aspects of the Wellbeing of Woman Garden next door, with water-bowls, purple flowers and camomile between the paving, but had a more contemporary style.

The City Twitchers garden was a small urban space designed to encourage and protect garden birds.

I liked the cool, green and white theme, would be lovely on a hot, sunny day.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

there were a whole array of smart looking bird feeders and containers for nesting material and cute bird boxes with tiny green roofs.

Woven willow planters full of herb plants.

The bird feeders on the City Twitchers garden are from , some planting ideas from the Chelsea Flower Show .

A look round the Hampton Court Rose Marquee.] A little preview of R.H.S. Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2014] What to do in the garden in January]

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Am going to Hampton Court Flower Show tomorrow THANKYOU for the taster. Love the willow planters ……..marjorie

Hi Marjorie, thanks for your comment, I hope you had a wonderful time! Jill

Hi, thank you for featuring the city twitchers garden at Hampton court, just in case anyone would like to know more about the willow woven den and planter, I can be contacted via my website.

You’re welcome they are marvellous structures!

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

I’ve had one request & I’ll pass your website onto them.

Please can you advise where can I buy a willow bird hide structure?

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Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

gardening, growing food, plants and flowers.

Garden ideas from the Hampton Court Flower Show.

I’m always excited to visit this show, it was press day yesterday, and it all looked beautiful with a clear blue sky and the sun glittering on the water.

The backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, a huge marquee full of plants for sale, another marquee full of divine roses and a clutch of show gardens is a perfect combination.

The place is teeming with celebrities on press day, one of my favourites, the charming Raymond Blanc was there.

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