Hampton Court Flower Show Through My Lens
may I present you with a favourite photo ( usually a favourite garden, too !) form each show I have been to. I like Hampton Court Flower show for its being so down-to-earth ( literally, it gets really muddy when it rains ;-), relaxed and very spacious, which makes it less crowded than Chelsea. And you can buy plants in the Flower Marquee!
Hampton Court Flower Show 2017
Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' surrounding a purpose-made wooden seating. A Place to Meet' Garden. Hampton Court Flower Show, 2017 -Designer: The Association of Professional Landscapers
Hampton Court Flower Show 2016
Hampton Court Flower Show 2015
One of my favourite gardens from this show is the City Twitchers ( Summer Gardens category ) designed by Sarah Keyser and built by Living Landscapes.
It is a beautiful mix of rustic ( wicker ) with stylish ( white and green colour scheme ), all brought together by a modern, well-structured design with sharp and clean hard-landscaping. It looks like a well designed garment, very feminine and elegant. This is a bird-watching environment for any fashion-conscious lady indeed and yet, very relaxed and nature-friendly.
Hampton Court Flower Show 2014
Maybe one more of my favourite garden, The One Show Garden with stunning naturalistic planting combined with drifts of grasses.
And one more garden with beautiful naturalistic planting.
Hampton Court Flower Show 2013
Naturalistic planting in pastel shades with Digitalis. A photo taken with Nikon D800 and Sigma 24-70mm lens.
A winning garden of Hampton Court Flower Show 2012, with stunning naturalistic planting.
The photo was taken with my previous camera Nikon D90 and the kit lens.
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