The Nelsons-sponsored Horatio’s Garden stand at the Chelsea Flower Show has won 4 stars for ‘Excellent Presentation’ from the Royal Horticultural Society.
Created by head gardener Tina Crossley, garden designer Cleve West and volunteer stand designer Dee Montague-Pollock and her team, the stand has seen visitors including Alan Titchmarsh, Anneka Rice and Deborah Meaden.
Nelsons is sponsoring the stand in order to raise awareness of the charity, which builds beautiful outdoor spaces at NHS spinal injury centres to offer patients a stress-free environment to recover amongst nature. The stand is selling exclusive merchandise to raise funds for the charity’s next garden project.
The next garden will be at the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and will be designed by Joe Swift, presenter of the BBC’s Gardeners’ World.
The stand is on Eastern Avenue, E514.