A triple award-winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden will bloom in the New Forest this summer.
The stunning sanctuary garden for those living with rare dementias and their carers will soon be on display at Exbury Gardens.
The National Brain Appeal’s ‘Rare Space’ garden won a gold medal, best Sanctuary Garden, and a best construction award at the world’s most famous flower show.
An outdoor space that can be enjoyed by people living with rare forms of dementia, particularly visual and spatial forms of the disease, the garden will eventually be located at the world’s first Rare Dementia Support Centre in London.
While The National Brain Appeal raises the estimated £7m needed to build this center - expected to open in 2024/25 - the garden will be temporarily located in Hampshire for Exbury’s visitors to enjoy and to raise awareness of these life-changing neurological conditions.
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