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The galvanised steel planters & edging provided the finishing touch to the RHS's 'Growing Tastes' garden
The galvanised steel planters & edging provided the finishing touch to the RHS's 'Growing Tastes' garden
Once again working with gold medal wining garden designer Adam Frost and his team from New Ground Landscapes, Anwick Forge produced and installed all the metalwork for the RHS 'Growing Tastes Kitchen Garden' at this year's Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. 
 
The garden was the centrepiece of the RHS's Growing Tastes feature and consisted of three separate gardens in one, each focusing on the produce of a different cuisine.  Anwick Forge produced and installed several hundred metres of glavanised steel edging for each and every one of the garden's many separate beds, the galvanised steel cladding for the giant planters that contained many of the garden's trees, and the galvanised steel mesh in the panels that divided off different parts of the garden and up which various plants grew.
 
The metalwork completed the garden's contemporary and stylish yet functional look that clearly went down very well with the large number of visitors to the garden.