A new Forest attraction will display an award-winning garden from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where a local nursery also triumphed.
Exbury Gardens has taken on a sanctuary garden for those living with rare dementia conditions and their carers, which won three top gongs at the prestigious event.
Meanwhile, family business Fairweather’s Wholesale Plant Nursery in Beaulieu claimed the sought-after plant of the year title with an Agapanthus BlackJack.
The National Brain Appeal’s Rare Space garden was designed by Charlie Hawkes and funded by Project Giving Back. It won a gold medal, best sanctuary garden and a best construction award.
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