Vital Earth backs up-and-coming Rich Landscapes

Vital Earth has entered into a sponsorship deal with up and coming landscaping duo, Harry and David Rich of Rich Landscapes.

Their garden, Naturalistic  took the silver medal at Gardeners World Live following a silver gilt at The RHS Show at Cardiff, where it was also named best in show.

Vital Earth supplied product for the build of Naturalistic, which featured among natural stone walls, rugged oak benches, stepping stones, silver birch trees and a carpet of natural planting. 

Harry Rich (24), who runs the design and build landscapers, Rich Landscapers with his 21 year old brother David, said: "As the name, Naturalistic implies we like to create secluded individual spaces in tune with nature and Vital Earth products fit our specification for natural, wholesome products that work well in practice."

Vital Earth sales and marketing manager Maryanne Stokes said:

"We are thrilled at the success of Naturalistic and as always pleased to be supporting winners who also support our brand values."

Rich Landscapes has set its sights on developing a Chelsea show garden for 2013.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins

Sign up now
Already registered?
Sign in

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus

Read These Next



These heralds of spring are highly suited to being planted in tree circles, grass and rock gardens, says Miranda Kimberley.

Sargent's solutions - tips on how to optimise your application for a gardening job

Sargent's solutions - tips on how to optimise your application for a gardening job

Making your job application stand out can be key to landing a senior or head gardener position, Alan Sargent explains.



These versatile, evergreen shrubs can flower from October right through to the end of May, Miranda Kimberley finds.

Horticulture Jobs
More Horticulture Jobs

Are you a landscape supplier?

Horticulture Week Landscape Project Leads

If so, you should be receiving our new service for Horticulture Week subscribers delivering landscape project leads from live, approved, planning applications across the UK.

Industry Data

An exclusive report for HW subscribers revealing the key development trends, clients and locations for 2017.


Free to subscribers, the essential guide for professional plant buyers

Download your copy

Products & Kit Resources