Paradise Found at RHS Flower Show Tatton for garden design contest winner David Williams from Leyland

David, from Leyland, was delighted to see his layout for an eco friendly back garden, which includes place for calming and a spot of yoga, created as a demonstrate backyard at this week’s RHS Flower Present Tatton Park.

The layout by the retired vogue designer and sample cutter was a person of the winners in a RHS and BBC area radio earth-pleasant garden structure contest, with a prize of having it developed at the flagship RHS show.

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David Williams finds time for yoga in his Paradise Found garden at the RHS Flower Exhibit Tatton park Image:Fiona Finch

The seeds of inspiration for the BBC Radio Lancashire successful style came from his dwelling town of Leyland. David described that he is just one of the Mates of Paradise Park which backs on to his property and was beguiled by what occurred to the park’s lawned regions in lockdown, when grasses of various heights and colours grew and orchids and other wild flowers also blossomed when grass was not minimize.

He stated: “My back garden backs on to Paradise Park. I just about live in paradise! The characteristics in my (Tatton) backyard garden such as the native hedgerow, wildlife pond with deck/dipping system, bog backyard and feeding station for the birds ended up all influenced by Leyland.”

Speaking at this week’s how he claimed the freshly made back garden offered some thing for the planet, wildlife and people: “Altogether it is a nicely-getting garden. I could sit in it all working day and just look at the wildlife. All day some thing variations – I get distinct reflections all the time.”

Her added: “My backyard (at home) is equivalent (but) there are a ton far more bouquets in mine.”

Portion of David Williams’ Tatton backyard garden Paradise Discovered Picture: Fiona Finch

Now he hopes some of his suggestions may well be employed in Paradise Park by itself – such as hugel beds, which give out dampness during the hotter summer months months and so are great for very long term sustainability.

NeIghbouring David’s backyard garden were being two by BBC Radio Merseyside winners. Debbie Montgomery, who made Literally Littoral said: “The short was to have a connection with the space you are living. I’m from the Wirral and I stay around the coast. There is a good mixture of dunes and crops. They are all indigenous crops which is what I’ve tried to copy listed here. “

The third winner of the BBC/RHS contest was Chris Swift who designed Lockside, encouraged by Chester’s canal basin.

Sheffield primarily based yard designer and landscaper Lee Bestall of Bestall & Co Landscape Layout was part of the contest judging team. His firm built the gardens and supplied assistance on how finest to transfer patterns to generate show worthy gardens which would engage people. At first the patterns have been for rectangular plots, but it was made a decision to place all a few on a round plot and supply interlinking doors. He claimed: “The 3 gardens all experienced related tales – all experienced been encouraged by what they experienced been doing in lockdown … a person of the troubles we experienced was the floor was brick difficult!”

David Williams pictured in his Tatton back garden Picture: Fiona Finch

He added that all gardens experienced utilized drinking water from a rooftop in their design and reclaimed supplies experienced been used anywhere attainable.

For a listing of the vegetation utilised in David’s backyard see the Bestall & Co web site.RHS Flower Present Tatton Park at Tatton Park, close to Knutsford, Cheshire is open until finally Sunday (July 21-24).For extra on RHS Tatton 2022 see our photo report on line tomorrow.

Debbie Montgomery pictured in her Practically Littoral beach garden at the RHS Flower Demonstrate Tatton park Photo:Fiona Finch
The Lockside backyard garden by Chris Swift Picture:Fiona Finch