The new garden - which will be designed and built by Beardshaw - will provide a much needed, private and reflective space for parents and families of the children undergoing care.
The enclosed nature of the hospital site has shaped and informed the planting and schematics for the garden, which will contain a rich, green and verdant woodland scheme, sprinkled with pockets of colourful planting, bursting through the tree canopy and perennial understory.
The planting in the garden provides a plant-rich area of woodland diversity, featuring a wide range of perennials for dappled shade and with a collection of hedges, mixed topiary and mature trees, which all provide a naturally rich environment.
The garden features a reflective water feature and a main structure inspired by a Japanese azumaya (summer house), designed in three interlocking sections; each section framing views of the garden.
Further details of the garden design will be released in early December but it promises to be "one of the most challenging and poignant gardens" Beardshaw has ever designed.
After the show the garden will be rebuilt at Great Ormond Street Hospital during the summer of 2016 - similar to last year when the Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden was replanted to form part of a community project in East London.
The sponsorship of the garden is part of a new wider charity partnership between Morgan Stanley and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
Morgan Stanley has had a close relationship with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity since 2007, when the Firm’s employees embarked on an ambitious fundraising initiative to raise, with the help of corporate donations, over £12m to help fund the construction of the Morgan Stanley Clinical Building, which opened in 2012.