CED Stone Group: Sponsoring ‘The Next Generation’

CED Stone Group are sponsoring this year’s 30 Under 30: The Next Generation initiative, run by Pro Landscaper Magazine.  Open to all who were under the age of 30 as of 01st January 2016 and who have been working in the horticultural industry for at least one year, the initiative aims to promote accomplishments made by those under the age of 30.  Simultaneously, the initiative also hopes to raise awareness of the career following the recognition by Pro Landscaper Magazine that fewer… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 31st Aug 2016

Looking Back: Dumfries House

Set in 2,000 acres of land, Dumfries House is an 18th Century stately home situated in Cumnock, Scotland.  Cited as one of Britain’s most beautiful, it houses an unrivalled collection of original furniture, including that of Thomas Chippendale.

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This news posted on 5th Aug 2016

‘A View Within’ at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

A tranquil garden designed for a young professional couple living in a new build property, influenced by Japanese art and architecture, completed with a quiet reading corner and year round privacy.  It sounds idyllic.

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This news posted on 21st Jul 2016

‘Through the Looking Glass’ at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

Often it is hard to find a garden space that can suit a large family and entertain guests the whole year through.  It is a solution to this common problem that designer Pip Probert is bringing to this year’s RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, with her show garden ‘Through the Looking Glass’.

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This news posted on 20th Jul 2016

CED Stone Group: Helping to Create an Inner Sanctum at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

Garden designers Rosalind Rosewarne and Charlotte Khan are collaborating as Archangelica Designs for their début show garden at this year’s RHS Tatton Park.  Privately sponsored, their garden, ‘Inner Sanctum’, is inspired by famous mathematician and the number sequence named after him; Fibonacci.

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This news posted on 19th Jul 2016

CED Stone Group at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

CED Stone Group have been sponsoring show gardens at the RHS Flower Shows for over 27 years, including RHS Chelsea, RHS Hampton Court, RHS Tatton Park, RHS Malvern and RHS Cardiff.

We had the privilege of supporting 12 show gardens at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and the APL Trade Stand, which saw a collaboration of the association’s members.

With designs ranging from Japanese to a uniformed Charleston garden to the wilderness of Machu Picchu and the… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 6th Jul 2016

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show Sees a Garden of Global Growth

Witan Investment Trust PLC are a global equity investment trust and have a long history of involvement with supporting the RHS and RHS gardens.

Their most recent project, which is due to open in Spring 2017, is the ‘Global Growth Vegetable Garden’ project at RHS Hyde Hall, Essex.  This innovative garden will showcase fruit and vegetables from around the world (which can be grown in most parts of the UK), challenging the image of a conventional kitchen garden.

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This news posted on 5th Jul 2016

‘Immerse’ Yourself at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Leading horticulture charity Perennial are teaming up with designer Cherry Carmen from Cherry Blossom Garden and contractors Living Landscapes for their ‘Immerse’ garden at this year’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

Once she gained her RHS qualifications, Cherry established Cherry Blossom Gardens, with the ‘Immerse’ garden being her first solo show garden project.  Bringing their experience of show gardens to the build are contractors Living Landscapes… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 5th Jul 2016

Outstanding Natural Beauty at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Sponsors Zoflora were established in Yorkshire over 90 years ago, so using the county as inspiration for their garden at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show seemed like an obvious choice.

Bringing on board award-winning designer Helen Elks-Smith MSGD and award-winning contractors Wycliffe Landscapes Ltd, there is an experienced and knowledgeable team to bring show garden, “Zoflora: Outstanding Natural Beauty” to life.

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This news posted on 1st Jul 2016

Raising Awareness of Crohn’s Disease at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Hoping to raise awareness and help raise funds is the Bowel Disease UK Garden for Crohn’s Disease at this year’s RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.  Crohn’s Disease usually targets young people and this garden aims to tell the story of how vibrant a sufferer’s life can be, despite living with this debilitating disease.

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This news posted on 1st Jul 2016

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