Eden Project landscape designer Paul Stone reveals garden for Hampton Court Flower Show

Eden Project landscape designer Paul Stone has revealed he will be creating a garden for Rachel's Organic at this year's RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.

Organic dairy company Rachel's Organic is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and are marking the occasion with a week-long garden party at Hampton Court Flower Show from 7-12 July 2009.  

"My designs usually have a nostalgic and romantic feel," said Paul Stone. "We are going to create two small gardens that will focus on working in harmony with nature, quality and style."

The first garden is called Rachel's Passion for Taste. The garden features wildflowers beneath fruit trees and a thatched gazebo garden store.

The second garden - Rachel's Stylish by Nature Garden - celebrates the 25th anniversary with a monochromatic planting scheme incorporating a small glasshouse and stylised garden features.

Paul Stone is also creating a garden called The Key for the Eden Project at RHS Chelsea Flower Show this May.

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