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CED Stone Group To Supply Six Gardens At RHS Hampton Court 2014

Post date: 28 Aug, 2014

Ced Stone Group supplied stone products to six gardens at this years RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the world’s largest annual flower show and CED are delighted to have bee represented so well at the prestigious event. Most of the materials were supplied to the gardens by CED’s Thames Valley Depot.

Ralph Allen Thames Valley Depot Manager commented.

We have worked with many of the designers and contractors before and are really proud to have been asked to supply so many different products to their show gardens again this year. The range of products and expertise that we can offer designers is second to none and we wish all involved with this years RHS Hampton Court Flower Show a very successful show’

The gardens featured in this year’s RHS Hampton Court covered a wide variety of themes and incorporated plant life from a range of locations. Examples include ‘The One Show Garden’, which is inspired by the Roman City of Bath and ‘The Essence of Australia’, which features Australian native plants never before seen at the show.

CED products featured in the following garden designs:

The Forgotten Folly, designed and built by Horticolous
CED materials: Weathered Limestone and Pennant Walling


The Essence of Australia, designed by: Jim Fogarty and built by Landform Consultants.
CED materials: Red Sandstone Rockery, Red Terracotta Sand, Red porphyry aggregate, granite aggregate, shingle, Aegean black, Scottish beach and Rainbow cobbles


Jim Fogarty, Designer of ‘The Essence of Australia’ garden, praised CED for their dedication and attention to detail: “The team at CED has really gone the extra mile for us in sourcing the rocks, aggregate and gravel that will be the finishing touches of the Essence of Australia show garden. Great care has been taken to match these elements to those you would find in Australia, particularly in the Red Centre and Northern Territory areas which have inspired the design.”

Bacchus Garden, designed by Jean Wardrop, build by RDC Landscapes, CED materials: CEDEC Red Footpath Gravel.

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The One Show Garden, designed by: Alexandra Noble, built by Outdoor Room, CED Materials: Golden Amber Footpath Gravel


The London City Garden, designed by: Jonathan Mark, Built by London Landscape & Garden Design, CED materials: Aegean Green Cobbles 80-60mm

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Macmillan Legacy Garden, designed by: Rebecca Govier (Green Edge Garden Design) and built by Big Fish Landscapes, CED materials: CEDEC Red footpath gravel.

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CED’s presence at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show builds on the success of their involvement in the esteemed RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May, where their contribution resulted in a number of high profile awards. More about the gardens featured at this years can be found on the RHS Hampton Court website.