The answer is to create a garden that pushes the boundaries of garden design building on a passion for nature and demonstrating versatility and creativity, imparting the designers love for his craft.
Yorkshire man Jamie Dunstan (http://www.jamiedunstan.co.uk/
“I am delighted to be returning to Chelsea and working once again with my previous sponsors, Stockton Drilling,” said Jamie. “This year my garden will be a natural progression from ‘Winds of Change’ (http://www.rhs.org.uk/
With natural stone provided by Burlington Stone, barley, yew and willow sculptures by commended sculptor Emma Stothard (http://www.emmastothard.com/
“We are thrilled to team up with Jamie once again and already are very excited about the visionary design that he has created,” commented Fiona O’Connell proprietor Stockton Drilling (http://www.stocktondrilling.com/)
“It was very important to me that I created a garden that contrasted with the more industrial and reclaimed elements from the last garden,” said Jamie. “I hope to inspire anyone who visits the garden and I am determined and hopeful that this year’s garden will prove to a winner once again.”
Jamie and his team will be on hand each day at Chelsea to share his considerable design and horticultural knowledge imparting their enthusiasm and vision for the garden with all visitors to the stand.
RHS Chelsea Flower Show commences on 21st May and runs until 25th May. The ‘As Nature Intended’ garden can be found on Main Avenue.