RHS Hampton / by Charlie Noton

When the company receives a phone call to help at the largest annual flower show in the world, it was always going to be a yes.
Rose Mcmonigall received news that the trees she had requested were not possible any more so she rang us to help.
After a few phone calls  (and I am pleased to announce no last minutes drives to Tuscany for this one) and a few logistical emails we were well on the way to helping Rose fulfil her spec.


Michael Buck, General Manager

The trees arrived on time and it great condition. After 3 hours of manouvering from the ground staff at Hampton Court Flower Show, the trees were placed in situ. The construction team at Bowood were immediately set to task to secure these heavy specimens in the strengthening wind.

After several days of TLC as the build went on the trees settled and relaxed and became one of the main features of the garden.
Thankfully after the show was finished these magnificent trees were relocated to North Hampshire where they will be replanted with a beautiful Galician Garden to be built around them.

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The construction team at Bowood were immediately set to task to secure these heavy specimens in the strengthening wind.
After several days of TLC as the build went on the trees settled and relaxed and became one of the main features of the garden.

Thankfully after the show was finished these magnificent trees were relocated to North Hampshire where they will be replanted with a beautiful Galician Garden to be built around them.

It was a lot of fun to be involved with Hampton Court Flower show and something we would of course do again should we be asked.

Thanks Rose for giving us the opportunity.

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