Redwood Stone have supplied to so many Show Gardens over the years I can’t mention them all here, but it was an absolute pleasure to work with designer ‘Capability’ Chris O’Donoghue on his ‘The Pilgrim’s Rest’ artisan garden in 2009. He writes a good book too!
Jon Wheatley is a fellow West Country boy we’ve collaborated with over the years. He’s also an RHS Council Member who has produced some of the most memorable Chelsea and Hampton exhibits, so no pressure there! Plants obviously take precedence but you might spot a Redwood Stone Portico in the background here.
We were very lucky to be asked to help with Peter Beales Roses exhibit by his son Richard the year before the great rosarian passed away. The following year Peter’s hat was placed on our ‘Dukes’ Font by way of memorial with Rosa Pippin in attendance.
We have had some fantastic collaborations with Hilliers over the years, but something a little different was this Venetian Facade in 2010. Needless to say they racked up another Gold Medal. To date they have 74 consecutive Golds.
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