Healthy 2010 for indoor gardens

Interior landscaping firm Indoor Garden Design is planning a "very healthy 2010", according to creative director Ian Drummond.

The first job on its calendar is creating a plant installation for the Orange British Academy Film Awards, being held at the Royal Opera House on 21 February.

"I'm really looking forward to working at the awards," said Drummond. "It is going to be amazing and a great showcase for us."

The London-based firm is also planning an indoor garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The interior landscaper is collaborating with home and office furniture company Vitra to create a landscape office in the Grand Pavilion, as well as assisting on James Wong's show garden.

"We'll be teaming up again with James Wong to create a garden for the Malaysian Tourist Board — I hope that we can better the silver that we won for the Canary Islands spa garden," added Drummond. "We are looking forward to a very healthy 2010."

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