Thursday, January 12, 2023

Hartley Botanic reveals its build for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023

Thoughts are already turning to this year's Chelsea Flower Show. Hartley Botanic are early out of the traps with its tradestand, The ‘Feel Good’ which they say will be both uplifting and mood-boosting. As we said last year, we're starting to look at glasshouses/greenhouses a bit more on Shedworking now that they're increasingly performing hybrid garden office duties.

So Hartley Botanic will be showing four of its handmade aluminium structures at this year’s show, on its usual position at stand number 143, on the corner of Main Avenue and Southern Road. It is continuing its partnership with last year’s awardwinning team, with Llevelo Garden Design providing the design and styling, and Stewart Landscape Construction in charge of building and planting. 

Tom Barry, CEO of Hartley Botanic said; “We expect the magic and exuberance of Chelsea to provide some welcome escapism for visitors for what continues to be a very challenging time for most, and our aim is to heighten this effect on our tradestand. We want our tradestand to make visitors ‘feel good’ and to provide a moment of happiness and light relief. Many people will be drawing on the invigorating and joyful properties of their gardens and our tradestand’s design and theme will allow them to do the same.”


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