Jack Dunckley creates pop-up garden in London restaurant

Landscape designer Jack Dunckley has built a pop-up summer garden at Bibendum Restaurant in London, which is there from now until 10 July for the Wimbledon final.

The pop-up garden at Bibendum. Image: Jack Dunckley
The pop-up garden at Bibendum. Image: Jack Dunckley

The space mixes contemporary design with more traditional topiary and planting, aiming to create a calming atmosphere for al fresco diners.

The garden is filled with deep greens, soft greys and bold splashes of colour including Dunckley's signature purple.

Place in the Garden (West Sussex), who have exhibited at Chelsea five times, provided zinc planters for the garden.

Dunckley is the owner of Birchfield Nursery in Sussex and has won Silver-Gilt awards at RHS Chelsea and Hampton Court flower shows.

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