The RHS Flower Show returns to Tatton Park in July – and visitors will be able to immerse themselves in a series of installations bringing together horticulture and creativity.
A dozen stunning gardens tackling subjects from the conceptual and practical to the spiritual to technological will feature in the show, which takes place from July 19-23. Among the displays this year will be a blackout tent featuring close-up projections celebrating the often-overlooked world of nocturnal pollinators, such as moths.
Created by immersive technology artist Georgia Tucker and designer Sharon Hockenhull, The RHS Nocturnal Pollinator Experience takes people on a day-to-night journey to watch the pollinators at work.
J. Parker’s Chained to Tech Garden, a show garden by last year’s RHS Young Designer of the Year finalist Rachel Platt, will examine tech addiction among young adults, with futuristic-style hard landscaping amid dahlias, hyssop, and New Zealand flax emulating the instant gratification and euphoria that using technology provides.
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