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EverEdge latest: RHS Tatton and Essex redesign

  • 18 Aug 2021

EverEdge is celebrating Emilie Bausager, who won the People’s Choice Award and a Silver Medal in the Young Designer Garden Award at the RHS Tatton Flower Show 2021.

After the show, the garden (pictured above) will be rebuilt at the Shooting Star Children’s Hospice in Hampton.

For the first time, the competition’s reputation as a platform for rising stars in horticulture attracted an international designer. This was courtesy of Emilie, who hails from Denmark.

She hopes to inspire visitors to adopt more environmental ways to travel. This was by transforming an imagined driveway into a green oasis for all the family with her Shooting Star Children’s Hospices Rehearse Garden. This was awarded a Silver medal.

EverEdge supplied Cor-Ten to Emilie, which help her create this beautiful oasis garden. The company cannot wait for it to be rebuilt at the Shooting Star Children’s Hospices Rehearse Garden.

Essex redesign

Meanwhile, EverEdge products feature in an Essex garden to redesign a plot which, over time, had lost its wow factor.

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The EverEdge Classic Lawn and Garden edging range was perfectly suited to create the curves and sharp bends required from this design. Upon installation, an attractive, unobtrusive edge between stone and flowerbed is created.

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