Don’t miss the RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2020 Virtual Show!

Thursday 7th May sees the launch of the very first ‘Virtual’ RHS Malvern Spring Festival and with it, a virtual tour of the St Giles Hospice ‘Moments that Matter’ garden, led by garden designer Karen Tatlow.

https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/malvern-spring-festival/news/2020/virtual-rhs-malvern-spring-festival

Calling all RHS Garden Show fans and St Giles Hospice garden project supporters! … Who would have thought it, given the current lockdown restrictions … but you can go to the show and you can see the St Giles Hospice ‘Moments that Matter’ garden, built in a virtual world online, for all to visit!

Simply go on line to rhs.org.uk, or rhsmalvern.co.uk and along with thousands of others, enjoy the show from the comfort of your armchair. And, with the help of some stunning 3D images, Karen Tatlow will take you on a virtual tour through the ‘Moments that Matter’ garden.

A little taster of the wonderful images to be shared – a birds eye view of the ‘Moments that Matter’ garden.

For those of you who have already supported the project and bought your metal ‘Moments that Matter’ Sunflowers – thank you! – and we are delighted to be able to show you how they look … all be it in a very virtual way.

Now, more than ever, we appreciate the symbolism of the garden – celebrating the simple but important moments that happen when family, friends and communities come together and memories are made. And what was already a poignant art installation created from the Sunflowers, becomes even more special.

People can still buy the Sunflowers. Although the RHS Malvern Spring Festival has been cancelled for 2020, the St Giles Hospice garden project has not been cancelled. Everyone involved has agreed to put the project on hold, in the hope that we can pick it up from where we left off for next year!

By continuing to sell the Sunflowers it means we can give the proceeds raised for St Giles to them immediately now, at a time when they really need all the funding they can get.

You can find all the details and buy them on the St Giles Hospice Show Garden website and if you follow the blog you will be automatically informed as the arrangements are updated.

Karen Tatlow

Published by karentatlowgardendesign

An award winning Garden Designer creating bespoke gardens with the personal touch

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