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Cyber-crime, kite flying and contemplation – 3 Marshalls sponsored gardens for RHS Tatton Flower Show 2019

As the flower show season continues, this week it’s the turn of RHS Tatton, open to the public on Wednesday 17th to Sunday 21st July

This year Marshalls have donated paving and products to three Show Gardens, all with distinctly unique themes.

Contemplation Corner

Designed by Pip Probert and built by Outer Spaces, the Contemplation Corner offers a place to sit, relax and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Flowering pink, crimson and orange perennials are set against a backdrop of colourful and textural; the rest of the garden is simple and low maintenance, providing a space that can be enjoyed alongside life commitments. The garden features Marshalls Sawn Versuro paving, one of our ethically sourced Indian sandstones.

Cyber Crime

Designed by University Centre Reaseheath Level 5 Landscape Architecture Students, this garden aims to raise awareness of the five simple steps that can be taken to help stay safe online, this garden’s design draws attention to the ‘five Cs’ – create, cover, confidentiality, click and connect. Alongside the planting scheme is our Granite Eclipse paving an ethically sourced product which has a lightly flames surface texture.

Let’s go Fly a Kite!

Designed by Jane Bingham & Penny Hearn and built by Base Squared Ltd, Let’s Go Fly a Kite! celebrates the Children Today Charitable Trust’s 25th anniversary with a hope and possibility as a key theme. A key feature of this garden is our Jumbo Sawn Versuro paving and Sawn granite setts with bespoke steel inlay depicting the number 25 (shown in image).