SGD returns to RHS Chelsea with gardens from 14 members

Company: Society of Garden Designers (SGD)
  • Society of Garden Designers (SGD) stand at RHS Chelsea
  • Andrew Duff MSGD – The Savills & David Harber Garden
  • Helen Elks-Smith MSGD – The Warner’s Distillery Garden
  • Jilayne Rickards MSGD – The CAMFED Garden: Giving Girls in Africa a Space to Grow

RHS Chelsea’s Eastern Avenue will once again be home to the Society of Garden Designers (SGD) this year, with a stand designed to demonstrate the wide variety of design approaches offered by the Society’s registered members and practices.

The stand will invite visitors to view an array of members' work on a built-in screen, wall poster displays and a portfolio within the exhibit. Registered members will also be available throughout the week offering informal design consultations to visitors.  

In the show’s main arena, the Society's designers will also be back in force this year, taking up residence along Chelsea’s Main Avenue, amongst the popular Artisan Gardens and in the Space to Grow and Feature Garden categories. In total, 14 SGD members are staging garden exhibits at the event.

Feature Gardens
Tom Stuart-Smith MSGD – The RHS Bridgewater Garden

Show Gardens
Tom Hoblyn MSGD – The Dubai Majlis Garden
Kate Gould MSGD – The Greenfingers Charity Garden
Andy Sturgeon FSGD – The M&G Garden
Sarah Eberle FSGD – The Resilience Garden
Andrew Duff MSGD – The Savills & David Harber Garden
Jonathan Snow – The Trailfinders ‘Undiscovered Latin America’ Garden
Jo Thompson MSGD – The Wedgwood Garden
Helen Elks-Smith MSGD – The Warner’s Distillery Garden

Artisan Gardens
Sue Hayward – The High Maintenance Garden for Motor Neurone Disease

Space to Grow
Jilayne Rickards MSGD – The CAMFED Garden: Giving Girls in Africa a Space to Grow
Joe Perkins MSGD – The Facebook Garden: Beyond the Screen

In addition, Colm Joseph and Duncan Cargill will be designing The Perennial Lifeline Garden, a walk-through garden in the Great Pavilion celebrating 180 years of the horticultural charity Perennial.

www.sgd.org.uk

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