RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show garden to go to Trentham

A garden which makes use of the interactive nature of soundscapes and colourscapes created by people moving within it via sensors and smart-phone technology is to be recreated at Trentham Gardens after the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show closes.

The show garden has been designed by Clive Mollart & Clive Scott and built by NJC Landscapes, and has been sponsored by The Trentham Estate, Spanish Plants, and echomap.

The central feature of the garden is a suspended floating tree. 

The garden will be recreated at Trentham Gardens' show gardens area, later
this summer.

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